Aki Takase's discography on Leo Records continues to expand. Her new
adventure, "The Dessert", is a duo with Rudi Mahall, who plays bassclarinet
and contrabassclarinet. I won't be surprised if the recording is proclaimed
to be the most elegant music composed spontaneously. The duo produced 17
relatively short pieces (from 2 to 7 minute-long) sparkling with humour,
which is reflected even in the titles of the pieces. Where on earth has Aki
Takase heard these Russian words: "voskresenie" (Sunday), "raskaz" (story),
"pirodjok" (little pie), etc.? Not in Japan?
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