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1Four Small Pieces For Piano
2Three Pieces For Pianoforte
4Piano Pieces For Children
5Music For 2 Pianos
6Three Little Pieces For Piano
7Piano Piece For Children "Pepe On A Spring Day"
8March, Piano Piece For 4 Hands


A1 - 5, B2 81-7-18 Irino Yoshiko Memorial Concert
B1 81-8-17 Tokyo Bunkakaikan Small Hall
B3 81-10-12



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Yoshiro Irino - Pepe On A Spring Day: Complete Piano Works MP3 FLAC
Performer: Yoshiro Irino
Genre: Classical
Title: Pepe On A Spring Day: Complete Piano Works
Country: Japan
Released: 1982
Style: Contemporary
MP3 album: 1616 mb
FLAC album: 2012 mb
Rating: 4.0
Votes: 871
Source: Vinyl, LP, Album
№ Cat: JML-02
Label: JML セミナー

This appears to be a recording
of the complete SOLO piano music
of Yoshiro Irino.

He wrote other pieces for
piano with other instruments.

This recording also includes
"Music For 2 Pianos" by Irino.
I prefer to refer to it as his
Sonata For Two Pianos.

And the performance,
on this LP, of that
one movement
Sonata For Two Pianos,
requires me to
give this record
Five Stars.

The album does, however,
contain music written for
children, and some small
pieces, and while I appreciate
the completeness, there may be
a lot on this album that would not
interest general listeners.


The album appears to have
been recorded live, 'in recital'.


The crude approximal duration
of the pieces (not the tracks)
on Side A: (there are fourteen)

TRACK 1: (3 pieces)

01 0:50

02 0:30

03 0:55

TRACK 2: (1 piece)

04 0:45

This fourth piece, on Side A,
is for four hands (two pianists),
(usually, though not necessarily,
at one piano).

A good English title would be:

Miniature Circus March

All other pieces on Side A
are for two hands.

You have heard of
the minute waltz?
This is the
45 second march.
And there is a
bit of extra pause
before the applause,
because the audience
is hesitant of conclusion.

Incidentally, I have not
included the titles in
this list, because, while
there are English titles
provided by the composer
and the publisher, they
are too dis-serving to any
beneficial purpose I can
understand. ( Grrr ... )

TRACK 3: (3 pieces)

05 1:10

06 0:45

07 1:10

TRACK 4: (3 pieces)

08 0:55

09 1:10

10 1:35

TRACK 5: (4 pieces)

11 1:40

12 1:25

13 1:00

14 0:45

This list gives a little help
to a listener, as to what to
expect from Side A.

All numbers are intentionally
adjusted to end "5" or "0".

I was curious myself,
as to the timings,
and, perhaps tiresomely,
popped them in here.