Fukushima Mon Amour (O.S.T.) Ulrike Haage

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Album-Release:
2017

HRA-Release:
30.03.2017

Label: Blue Pearls Music

Genre: Soundtrack

Subgenre: Film

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  • 1Train to Fukushima00:57
  • 2The Zone02:05
  • 3Broken Buddhas01:59
  • 4Full Moon01:27
  • 5Painful Memories02:15
  • 6Dinner in Minamisoma00:35
  • 7Tender Moments01:10
  • 8Tristesse00:41
  • 9Leaving Minamisoma01:37
  • 10Yuki's Ghost01:14
  • 11Lost for Just a Moment01:00
  • 12Together01:15
  • 13Ichi Ni San Houseputz01:45
  • 14Little Buddha01:17
  • 15Tadaima01:10
  • 16Ghosts07:07
  • 17Radiation Vacation01:11
  • 18Back in Tokyo02:24
  • 19Wabi Cha01:32
  • 20My Little Scooter01:24
  • 21Beautiful Yuki01:34
  • 22Asa Nisi Masa13:42
  • 23Furusato01:01
  • 24Good Bye Fukushima05:14
  • Total Runtime55:36

Info for Fukushima Mon Amour (O.S.T.)



Es ist ein Glücksfall, dass Doris Dörrie für Grüße aus Fukushima , ihren ersten komplett in Japan gedrehten Spielfilm, Ulrike Haage als künstlerische Partnerin gewinnen konnte: Eine Musikerin, deren Ruf als kongeniale Dokumentarfilmkomponistin, experimentelle Hörspielmacherin und virtuose Jazz-Pianistin hierzulande ohne Beispiel ist. Der Film erzählt die Geschichte einer jungen Deutschen und der letzten Geisha Fukushimas. Beide Frauen sind, jede auf ihre Art, in der Vergangenheit gefangen und entdecken trotz aller biografischen und kulturellen Unterschiede, wie sie einander helfen können, um sich von der Last ihrer Erinnerungen zu befreien. Ulrike Haage hat dafür eine Musik komponiert, in der die vielfältigen Gefühle dieser Geschichte ihren Platz finden und die sich beinah unmerklich mit den Bildern verbindet.

Ulrike Haage, Klavier
Johanna Helm, Cello
Eric Schaefer, Percussion
Brigitte Haas, Electronics on Asa Nisi Masa


Ulrike Haage
The composer, pianist, sound artist and radio drama author Ulrike Haage is one of the most multifaceted artists in Germany today. She once starred on the piano with all-women big-band Reichlich Weiblich, and went on to join up with Katharina Franck as the core of the highly acclaimed Rainbirds.

She collaborated on genre-crossing and experimental projects with musicians like Alfred Harth, FM Einheit, Phil Minton and contributed to theatre productions in Zürich, Düsseldorf, Hamburg and Berlin. Since 2006 she works regularly with the drummer Eric Schaefer.Ulrike Haage composes and directs contemporary works for films and radio, mostly published with the audiobook label Sans Soleil and the record label Blue Pearls Music. Since 2004 she releases highly respected Solo CDs. Following Sélavy (2004) and Weisses Land (2006), she has released her third solo album (2011) entitled In:finitum. The forth solo album Maelstrom will be released in 2015. Awards + Prizes: In 2003, Haage received the German Jazz Award (Albert-Mangelsdorff-Preis) for her outstanding and versatile life work to date – especially for her musical projects at the interface of pop, art and avant-garde. In 2010 the documentary film Zwiebelfische won the North German Film Award and the special prize for Haage’s soundtrack. Her music for the film Meret Oppenheim – eine Surrealistin auf eigenen Wegen received the Documentary Filmscore Prize 2014.

“Every single tone and sound possesses meaning, every moment of suspension integrates into the structure, every song is a piece of art. What has never been heard departs on a tone & returns on a sound wave, measured in time immemorial and doubled in mirrors. Ulrike Haage brings to light hidden sounds – in the moment and for all eternity.”(Klaus Hübner)

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