Wave Notation 1: Music for Nine Post Cards

Hiroshi Yoshimura - Wave Notation 1: Music for Nine Post Cards
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WHAT THE!!!!! so soothing and calm and gentle, this landmark album by hiroshi yoshimura stands as one of the great sonic achievements of both ambient as a genre and music as a whole.

fave tracks: every damn one


🌨️ WINTER WEEK 2021 🌨️
Review #6: "Wave Notation 1: Music for Nine Post Cards" by Hiroshi Yoshimura

January has proved to be an exhausting month for me. My bare suburban town just got a full day of snow and then it all just managed to completely melt and not accumulate within the span of a single day. Oh well! I mean, anyway, since my mind's kind of footloose at this point, I figure now would be a perfect time to talk about the perfect ambient album for cold, gray, dark ... read more


a very warm and cozy album. a lot of this put me at ease. really beautiful stuff.

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Track List

  1. Water Copy
  2. Clouds
  3. Blink
  4. Dance PM
  5. Ice Copy
  6. Soto Wa Ame
  7. View From My Window
  8. Urban Snow
  9. Dream

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Added on: April 14, 2019