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Nobuya Sugawa

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I have heard his playing before, but today the sax prof at UOP (David Henderson) lent me what he thought was just a CD of Sugawa playing, but turned out to be a DVD from a COncert he did in 2004. I didn't have any time to watch it, as I had sax studio in about ten minutes, and I just got back form the practice rooms, but it sure looks interesting! The title on the DVD (its a DVD R, just written on there with a sharpie) is "Sugawa and Tokwo" 2004. Anyone know what this is from?

Also, turns out that David Henderson studied with quite a few of the "greats", Jean-Marie Londeiux, Larry Teal, Don Sinta, and the like. It's great that I get to learn from someone who learned from them!
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It's Sugawa live with the Tokyo Kosei Wind Orchestra--Came out a few years ago on DVD--I've yet to see it because it's so is the tune list for you...

1. Armenian Dances--Reed
2. Escualo--Piazzola
3. Oblivion-Piazzola
4. Libertango-Piazzola
5. Creston Concerto
6. Theme from the Drama "sakura"
7. A song for you--Russell
8. Granada
9. Spain-Chick Corea
10. Theme song-Marvin Hamlish
11. Bonnie on the banks -grainger

Here is a the DVD
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