I write new original tunes for my EP. I also look for new soprano saxophone for these tunes. Moreover, I practice scat Solos. Duladadalala! I love Chet Baker's scat Solos.
I was very material and practical girl in Japan. However, in U.S., i dream if my dream will come true. It's interesting.
I sometimes think that I have an special ability. My friend lives far away; however, I often feel when he wants to say something to me. In Japan, I was just an ordinary girl.
I left my saxophone to repair shop in Oakland.My lovely saxophone will be there for three days. Oh my god. I always drive with my saxophone. I open the door of ice cream shop then. People walking in the street are looked different as usual. I listen to Hip Hop. I go to a birthday party of my friend. ..and? I feel something missing!
After moving to U.S., I know that Latin music is extra amazing!These things always save my life when I am in bad mood. The ballade of Latin jazz is very pretty. Moreover, I had a great experience to play in a Latin big band for three months as 1st alto. The great person who gives me the chance is one of my mentors. Love Latin jazz !
In the end of year, I always think that if I change better or not? My music teacher says that life is not fair. But I am very lucky this year. I want to say to teachers and friends that TXS, you are amazing!
See.Today's stars look like these I saw in Japan in this season. They twinkle quietly as same as sweet smile. Moreover, gig was so amazing this evening. I have never experienced such a gig.
I am surprised when natural phenomenon synchronizes to my feeling. However, it often happens somehow. On the back way from school, amazing sunset clouds surrounded me. I felt as if sunset praised me during driving.
I traveled to my hometown for three weeks. What makes me surprised is that Japanese talk about politics , economics, Japanese history more often than before. Especially I am surprised when in hair salon, hair make up artist wants me to discuss about mayor and the first female God in Japanese history, though talking about serious topics was taboo in ordinary conversation few years ago. Living far from hometown, I often think about what the difference between two countries; Japan and U.S..
I should play a soprano recorder and I stuck it's practice. What's hell must I play such a instrument for kindergarden kids! It squeeks like an animal. Damn! It's 10 bucks, so it sounds like 10 bucks. However, suddenly I find that it's good to play jazz blues or Sonnt Rollins. Fantastic! The recorder turns to a pretty toy for me.