Toshimaru Nakamura

David Sylvian - There's A Light That Enters Houses With No Other House In Sight (2014) {Samadhisound}

David Sylvian - There's A Light That Enters Houses With No Other House In Sight (2014) {Samadhisound}
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Avant-Garde / Rock / Conceptual Art / Experimental / Modern Composition / Sound Sculpture

David Sylvian first collaborated with American poet Franz Wright's voice in the Kilowatt Hour live project with Christian Fennesz and Stephan Mathieu. On There's a Light That Enters Houses with No Other House in Sight, the writer appears again, but in an almost entirely different musical context. Fennesz returns and pianist John Tilbury, Otomo Yoshide, and Toshimaru Nakamura provide significant assistance. A single 64-minute work, Sylvian's composition features the Pulitzer Prize-winning poet reading from his collection of prose poems Kindertotenwald. (It literally translates as "Children Dead Forest," yet given Wright's well-documented volunteer work with children stricken by grief, "Children of the Dead Forest" might be more appropriate.)
Akikazu Nakamura, Shin Miyashita - Somei Satoh: Sun / Moon (1994) (Repost)

Akikazu Nakamura, Shin Miyashita - Somei Satoh: Sun / Moon (1994)
EAC | FLAC (image+.cue, log) | Covers Included | 43:52 | 122 MB
Genre: Modern Classical, Avant-Garde | Label: New Albion | Catalog: 69

With Sun/Moon, Somei Satoh speaks with the ancient, distinct voice of Buddha, with enough melodramatic romanticism to stir the emotions of even the most Western ears. Perhaps less cinematic than his previous album, Toward the Night, but no less passionate in tone, with gorgeous, rich dialogue between shakuhachi and koto that circulates between whispers, cries, gasps, and deep contemplation. The opening piece, "Kougetsu," is the sound of a rock garden minding its own business, a dragonfly dreaming restlessly amongst the bamboo. "Sanyou" follows in much the same way, in an expression of (as the composer puts it) "the purity of the early morning air." Shin Miyashita plucks his 17-string koto with patience, reverence, and in perfect symbiosis with Akikazu Nakamura, a stoic virtuoso on the shakuhachi.

Tomoyoshi Nakamura Quartet - Dance With The Wind (2016)  Music

Posted by mark70 at May 19, 2016
Tomoyoshi Nakamura Quartet - Dance With The Wind (2016)

Tomoyoshi Nakamura Quartet - Dance With The Wind (2016)
MP3 320 kbps CBR | 41:49 min | 101 MB
Genre: Jazz | Label: Nature Bliss

Tomoyoshi Nakamura is the leader and saxophone player of the Japanese renowned Jazz group Native from Nagoya, Japan. He has already released 9 albums as 4 piece band, Native including international releases from Infracom! (Germany 2007) and Arision (UK 2010). "Dance with the Wind" is his 2nd album under the Tomoyoshi Nakamura Quartet project following the "Sense of the Cool" album which was released in 2013. What's new in this album is that you will hear many soothing female vocal tracks which works perfectly with his single alto saxophone. Check out the forefront of the Japanese club jazz scene.

Shizuka Nakamura - Set One  Girls

Posted by Mitsu at Feb. 9, 2016
Shizuka Nakamura - Set One

Shizuka Nakamura - Set One
99 JPG | 2500 x 3750 (UHQ & HQ) | 111.31 MB

Shizuka Nakamura (also known as shichan, born in September 9, 1988, Kyoto, Japan ; 163cm, 85-60-86 cm) is a Japanese Idol.

Mari Nakamura - Set One  Girls

Posted by Mitsu at Dec. 13, 2015
Mari Nakamura - Set One

Mari Nakamura - Set One
49 JPG | 2500 x 3750 (UHQ & HQ) | 55.30 MB

Nakamura Mari (born September 28, 1991 in Fukuoka, Japan, Measurement : 160cm , 100-66-89) is a Japanese gravure idol.

Hachidai Nakamura - Rainy Night In Tokyo (1961)  

Posted by TestTickles at Sept. 9, 2015
Hachidai Nakamura - Rainy Night In Tokyo (1961)

Hachidai Nakamura - Rainy Night In Tokyo (1961)
MP3 CBR 320kbps | RAR | 59 mb
Genre: easy listening, jazz, pop, folk, world

Rainy Night In Tokyo is the 1961 album by Hachidai Nakamura. He was signed to Capitol after the success of a song he wrote, Kyu Sakamoto's "Sukiyaki". His music is a combination of easy listening, pop, Japanese folk touches and his jazz influences.

Urban Mining Systems by Takashi Nakamura  

Posted by tanas.olesya at Aug. 30, 2015
Urban Mining Systems by Takashi Nakamura

Urban Mining Systems by Takashi Nakamura
English | 21 Aug. 2014 | ISBN: 4431550747 | 55 Pages | PDF | 3 MB

This book focuses on the fundamental concept of and current endeavors in "urban mining" among those who are interested in both metal resources and ecology. Systems for recycling and reusing precious metals and rare-earth minerals contained in used and discarded electronics are introduced in this book.

Mechatronic Servo System Control by Masatoshi Nakamura [Repost]  

Posted by tanas.olesya at Feb. 11, 2015
Mechatronic Servo System Control by Masatoshi Nakamura [Repost]

Mechatronic Servo System Control: Problems in Industries and their Theoretical Solutions (Lecture Notes in Control and Information Sciences) by Masatoshi Nakamura
English | July 27, 2004 | ISBN: 3540210962 | 201 Pages | PDF | 6 MB

This monograph presents the fundamentals as well as the application techniques of servo control systems, which are a key element of Mechatronics. The industrial applications and problems of Mechatronic Servo System Control are demonstrated as well as its theoretical and applicable solutions.

Hug - Shizuka Nakamura (06.12.2011)  Girls

Posted by Mitsu at Dec. 31, 2014
Hug - Shizuka Nakamura (06.12.2011)

Hug - Shizuka Nakamura (06.12.2011)
188 JPG | 1120 x 1600 (HQ) | 78.64 MB

Shizuka Nakamura (also known as shichan, born in September 9, 1988, Kyoto, Japan ; 163cm, 85-60-86 cm) is a Japanese Idol.

Eiji Nakamura - Origami volanti  eBooks & eLearning

Posted by Anthias_31 at Dec. 5, 2014
Eiji Nakamura - Origami volanti

Eiji Nakamura - Origami volanti
Il Castello | 2001 | ISBN: 8880392611 | 72 pages | PDF | 22 MB

Questo libro, che ha avuto un grande successo mondiale con traduzioni in numerose lingue, presenta 28 modelli di oggetti volanti, dagli aerei classici, a modelli di aerei immaginari, a riproduzioni di uccelli e insetti, creati da Eiji Nakamura, esperto giapponese di Origami. Nakamura, per primo, ha rotto il tabù dell'uso esclusivo del foglio quadrato classico, e ha usato per le sue realizzazioni un foglio rettangolare con i lati aventi il rapporto pari alla radice di 2. L'autore ha dato il nome a un tipo di aereo di carta molto noto. Ogni modello è corredato dai piani dettagliati di costruzione. Il libro è preceduto da una introduzione con consigli tecnici e una postfazione con osservazioni e suggerimentiper la realizzazione dei modelli, a cura dell'ing. Luciano Spaggiari.