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More film photos, this time taken with a Nikon FM2 and Nikkor 50mm f1.8, a classic camera and lens both of near-legendary quality, and Kodak Gold 400. This film is one of Kodak’s cheapest offerings but, as you can see, there is nothing cheap about the quality. Some of these scenes should be familiar since they were all taken in Kinugasa, not far from campus.
By the way, when are we going to start making life easier for cyclists? Bicycles have the potential to help solve some of the world’s biggest problems.
I’m really looking forward to this concert. What a cool poster!!! It has two holes in the shape of marimba mallets.
On the program:
- Steve Reich – Electric counterpoint (version for percussion)
- Steve Reich – Six marimbas counterpoint
- Steve Reich – Vermont counterpoint (version for vibraphone)
- Iannis Xenakis – Rebonds (a,b)
More info. about composer Steve Reich is available at his official web site. You can also have a look at the Wikipedia (English, 日本語). Similarly, you might like to read up about Iannis Xenakis at the Wikipedia (English, 日本語) as well as the official Xenakis site in French and English.
Here are the details about the concert from the web page of the Kyoto Art Center: