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Makiko Hirabayashi

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Genre  Jazz
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Albums  Binocular, Grey To Blue, Makiko, Hide and Seek, Gong, Surely
Record labels  Stunt Records, Yellowbird Records, Sundance Music, Gateway Music, Enja Records Horst Weber
Similar  Marilyn Mazur, Bob Rockwell, Tokugawa Ieyasu

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Makiko Hirabayashi (born 1966) is a Japanese jazz pianist based in Denmark. She started to play the piano at the age of four, and subsequently violin at nine. As a teenager, she became interested in composing film music and won a scholarship to Berklee College of Music in Boston, where she became more involved with jazz and improvisation. After graduation, she moved to Copenhagen to start her career as a pianist and composer.

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Her compositions are inspired by elements from classical music, jazz, music from the Far East and the Nordic moods.

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Discography

  • Makiko (Enja 2006) Makiko Hirabayashi Trio - Makiko Hirabayashi (p), Klavs Hovman (b), Marilyn Mazur (dr/perc/voc)
  • Grey to Blue (Stunt 2008) Grey To Blue - Mariane Bitran (fl), Makiko Hirabayashi (p), Bob Rockwell (sax), Erik Olevik (b), Morten Lund (dr)
  • Hide and Seek (Enja 2009) Makiko Hirabayashi Trio - Makiko Hirabayashi (p), Klavs Hovman (b), Marilyn Mazur (dr/perc/voc)
  • Binocular (Stunt 2010) Binocular - Flemming Agerskov (tpt/flg), Makiko Hirabayashi (p), Francesco Cali (acc)
  • Surely (Enja 2013) Makiko Hirabayashi Trio - Makiko Hirabayashi (p), Klavs Hovman (b), Marilyn Mazur (dr/perc/voc)
  • Gong (Gateway 2016) Bob Rockwell (sax), Makiko Hirabayashi (p)
  • Songs

    Asunder AsunderSurely · 2014
    Camel RideMakiko · 2007
    Life of a CactusSurely · 2014

    References

    Makiko Hirabayashi Wikipedia


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