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During her Japan concert-tour Natascha spent a month in Kyoto. Besides visiting shrines and temples she learned to play the japanese koto harp.
For her the sound of the Japanese Koto harp is a symbol of solitude, harsh beauty, concentrative force ... . Natascha saw these aspects and the typical japanese "being within himself" mirrored in the faces of passengers in subways around Kyoto.
Throughout her daily trips this visual music was born.

watch the music-video here:

www.youtube.com/watch?v=-yM7Gbhmd5A&list=UUDcNdoqdZsPwIGO8PqfqlnQ&index=2&feature=plcp

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released December 12, 2011

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Natascha Nikeprelevic Berlin, Germany

performer-composer, improviser, interpreter of contemporary music. works for film, theatre, radioplays. Compositions for choir and instruments. Exclusively for the movie Ausgerechnet Sibirien she composed and sang the song for Sajana.
Her music lives out of the power of contrasts: amorphous sound structures, noises and bizarre atonality turning smoothly into harmonic melodies and overtone arias.
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