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Mariko Senju – Peaceful Melody (2021) [Official Digital Download 24bit/96kHz]

Mariko Senju – Peaceful Melody (2021)
FLAC (tracks) 24bit/96kHz | Time – 59:53 minutes | 1,01 GB | Genre: Classical
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Mariko Senju started to play violin at the age of 2 years and 3 months olds with Saburou Sumi, Yuko Oku, and Yasurou Sumi. At age 11 she continued to study with Toshiya Eto.
In 1972, Mariko received the second prize at the All Nippon Student Music Competition, Elementary Division, and won the first prize in 1973.
In 1975, at the age of 12 Mariko Senju made her professional debut at the “Wakai Me no Concert: Vol.1” with the NHK Symphony Orchestra. Her schedule kept her busy as she performed regularly in the television program series “Orchestra Ga Yattekita” (TBS) and traveled around as a soloist to perform with orchestras.
At the age of 15, Mariko was the youngest to ever win the first prize at the 46th Japan Music Competition (1977) and received the Leucadia award.
She was also, the youngest to ever win at the 26th Paganini Violin Competition in 1979. Mariko was also recognized when she played for Osamu Tezuka’s well known animation movie “Hi no Tori 2772”.
In 1984, Mariko Senju performed at Isao Tomita’s “Mind of Universe”, an open-air event that took place next to a river at Danube Park, in Linz, Austria. An audience of approximately 80,000 people gathered for the event. Some artists played from inside a helicopter while others played on a boat. It was called “Close Encounters of the Third Kind.” The event was televised through out the world and took a great reaction.
In 1986, she performed at the “Back to the Earth” event in New York. The stage was set in and above the Hudson River. 100,000 people were fascinated with the interplay of sound, lights and water. After graduating from Keio University in 1985 as a philosophy major, Mariko was discovered by conductor Giuseppe Sinopoli. She debuted in 1987 with the Philharmonia Orchestra in London and at the Santa Chiara Music School Philharmonic Orchestra concert in Rome in 1988.

Tracklist:
1. Mariko Senju – Ponce: Estrellita (Arr. Jascha Heifetz for Violin and Piano)
2. Mariko Senju – Chanson Arabe (Arr. Fritz Kreisler for Violin and Piano)
3. Mariko Senju – Song of India (Arr. Fritz Kreisler for Violin and Piano)
4. Mariko Senju – Dvor’ak: Songs My Mother Taught Me, Op. 55, No. 4, B. 104 (Arr. Fritz Kreisler for Violin and Piano)
5. Mariko Senju – Puccini: Gianni Schicchi: O mio babbino caro (Arr. Akira Senju/Satoshi Sando for Violin and Piano)
6. Mariko Senju – Falla: La vida breve: Danza espa~nola (Arr. Fritz Kreisler for Violin and Piano)
7. Mariko Senju – No. 20 in E Minor (Arr. Joseph Joachim)
8. Mariko Senju – Traditional: Song of the Birds (Arr. Pablo Casals/Mariko Senju/Satoshi Sando for Violin and Piano)
9. Mariko Senju – Traditional: Greensleeves (Arr. Satoshi Sando for Violin and Piano)
10. Mariko Senju – Lili’uokalani: Aloha Oe (Arr. Fritz Kreisler for Violin and Piano)
11. Mariko Senju – Brandl: The Old Refrain (Arr. Fritz Kreisler for Violin and Piano)
12. Mariko Senju – Louiguy: La vie en rose (Arr. Mariko Senju/Satoshi Sando for Violin and Piano)
13. Mariko Senju – Foster: Jeanie with the Light Brown Hair (Arr. Jascha Heifetz for Violin and Piano)
14. Mariko Senju – Traditional: Dark Eyes (Arr. Maiko Senju for Violin and Piano)
15. Mariko Senju – Traditional: Danny Boy (Arr. Fritz Kreisler for Violin and Piano)
16. Mariko Senju – Traditional: Auld Lang Syne (Arr. Akira Senju for Violin and Piano)
17. Mariko Senju – Traditional: Amazing Grace (Arr. Mariko Senju for Violin) (Solo Version)

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