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The scorn was due to the fact that it was electronic music, produced on synthesizers.
My vinyl lp was worn out from playing and I was a delight to find the CD version remake, this is music that will enjoyed by young and old alke.
Tomita's 'Snowflakes Are Dancing' is a wonderful interpretation of Debussy's music, produced entirely on a synthesiser.
I love Tomita's interpretation of the classics. The electronics really liven up the pieces, with novel interpretyations of the classical instruments.Published 4 months ago by John P.
I think Debussy would have delighted to hear Tomita's treatment of "Prelude to the Afternoon of a Faun" and "Clair de Lune."Published 4 months ago by Kathleen A. Powers
This music is very soothing. I use it a lot as background for greeting cards and DVDs and just good driving music.Published 5 months ago by C. Folkerts
I like it so much because It grabs me ! It's a different experience compared to piano-Music, which also is very nice.
Tomitas way enhances the feelings.
I adore "Snow Flakes are Dancing". When I'm in traffic, it helps calm me. I love this music since I first heard it back in the 70's. Read morePublished 9 months ago by Bara Haynes
Like Debussy and love synthesizer / moog instrumentation?
Sounds great on my stereo headphones.
Tomita rules, you better believe it!.
Tomita goes over the top with synthesis sometimes. that is, occasionally the pops and whizzes interfere with the musical content. Read morePublished 10 months ago by Allan K. Betz
A number of years ago, the building I worked in had piped in music in the lobby and elevators. While what I heard was a variation of Mr. Tomita, it was not the same. Read morePublished 11 months ago by Deborah A. Hall
I originally had this cassette back in the 70"s and thought it was wonderful then. And found it on Amazon and am equally happy with it's electronic out of this world soothing... Read morePublished 12 months ago by Jimmy L. Cawthon