土取利行 tour

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About 土取利行

Toshi Tsuchitori (土取利行) was born in Kagawa, Japan in 1950. Originally he was an avant-garde / free jazz percussionist in the 1970s, but more recently he is working with ancient japanese music From the 1980s to 2002, he recorded four works that explore ancient Japanese instruments: “Dōtaku: Ancient Japanese Bronze Bells from Yayoi Period (b.c. 400 - a.d. 250)”, “Sanukaito: Stone Sounds of the Paleolithic Era in Japan”, “Jōmonko: Pottery Drums of Jōmon Period (b.c. 3000 - b.c. 2500)” and “The Sounds of Prehistoric Painted Cave: Playing in the Cave of Cougnac, France” (Last.fm)

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