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2Kabuki Masks4:13
3Maboloshi Quest4:54
4The Dream Of The Snowflake3:58
5The March4:28
6Wood Spirits5:03
7The Legend2:43
8Woman To Child3:47
9Seventh Circle4:10
10Tale Of Okinawa5:59
11The Prayer5:11
12La Femme Et Son Ombre6:17


CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
CD 88001Frédérick Rousseau Mô ‎(CD, Album, Dol)Silenzio Music ProductionCD 88001Germany1997
186Frederick Rousseau Mô ‎(CD, Album, RP)SPX186France1997
855838-2Frederick Rousseau Mô ‎(CD, Album, RE)Origins855838-2France1997
000186Frédérick Rousseau Mô ‎(CD, Album)Origins000186France1997


  • Arranged ByFrederick Rousseau
  • Backing VocalsAtsuko Constant
  • BiwaEnomoto Sisui
  • Composed ByFrederick Rousseau
  • DesignCaroline Vergon
  • Edited ByF. Rousseau, P. Colonna
  • EngineerPhilippe Colonna
  • Flute [Flutes, Japanese Flutes, Tubes]Didier Malherbe
  • KotoAtsuko Constant
  • Mastered ByF. Rousseau, P. Colonna
  • Mixed ByF. Rousseau, P. Colonna
  • PercussionFrédérick Rousseau
  • PerformerFrederick Rousseau
  • ProducerF.D.C., F. Rousseau
  • ShakuhachiDidier Sandra
  • ShamisenKinshi Tsuruta
  • SynthesizerFrédérick Rousseau
  • Synthesizer [Minimoog, Synthesisers]Jean Philippe Rykiel
  • Technician [Technical Support]Francis Mandin (tracks: F. Mandin)
  • ViolinStephan Lang
  • Violin [Chinese Violin]Chii Bulico
  • VocalsAtsuko Constant, Enomoto Sisui
  • Vocals [Satsuma]Kinshi Tsuruta
  • Voice [Japanese Narration Voices]Miho


Music composed, arranged and performed by Frederick Rousseau

Recorded during august and september 1993 at "La Ferme de Matacelle"
Overdubs recorded at Epsilon Lab. Paris, engineered by Philippe Colonna
Mixed, edited and mastered at Epsilon Lab. by F. Rousseau and P. Colonna
Special technical support by Audio land and F. Mandin
Music produced for SPX production by F.D.C. and F. Rousseau
This album is based on Japanese original performances from different sources and regions

Samples sources from "Satsuma Biwa" song "Kawanakajima performed by Sisui Enomoto
Samples sources from "Ethnic Sound" song Muserei performed by Chii Bulico, by courtesy ok King Records
Japan Samples sources from Japan 1 "Atsumori" performed by Kinshi Tsuruta, by courtesy of Ocora France

Atsuko Constant: koto, vocals and backing
Miho: japanese narration, voices
Didier Malherbe: flutes, japanese flutes, tubes
Jean Philippe Rykiel: minimoog and synthesizers
Didier Sandra: shakuhashi
Frédérick Rousseau: synthesizers and percussions
Stephan Lang: violin
Enomoto Sisui: biwa, vocal
Chii Bulico: chinese violin
Kinshi Tsuruta: shamisen, vocals satsuma.

Koto, shakuhashi, piccolo, bamboo flute, bass flute, japanese cymbals, small gong, kodo drums, percussions and various electronic instruments and synthesizers / Thanks to Japanese technology.

Poems from "Le parfum de la lune"by Buson, translated from japanese by Cheng Wing Fun and Hervé Collet, calligraphy by Cheng Wing Fun, with the kind authorisation of Moundarren Publishing.
Special thanks to all of you for helping me through this project
This album is dedicated to Judy, Camille and Marion.
Cover and inner photos: Pierre Espagne, Paris
Illustration: detail of a Kabuki Scene by Kunisada (around 1850), collection P. Espagne
Design: ALD / redesigned by Caroline Vergon

Made in France by MPO

ⓒ 1997 ORIGINS
ⓟ 1994 SPX

Licensed by SPX
Distribution Origins France


  • Distribution Code: OR 898


  • Licensed Through – SPX


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Frederick Rousseau - Mô FLAC
Frederick Rousseau
FLAC size:
1568 mb
MP3 size:
1729 mb
WMA size:
2220 mb
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