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Songs for yaoyano

Songs for yaoyano
 | 東京都世田谷区

■Client Works / Space




コロッケや野菜、立地から着想して3曲制作店内奥のコロッケ側「#1」は「抽象的なコロッケ」、テラス「#2」は「かつてあった九品仏川の自然」、店内手前の野菜側「#3」は「旬の野菜」とそれぞれに音楽のコンセプトを設定。店内外に小型スピーカーを3台配置。それぞれの曲はズレ続けながらも調和し合い、店内の換気扇の音やコロッケを揚げる音、話し声などの環境音も混ざり合うことで「Songs for yaoyano」は完成する。四季に合わせてアップデート予定。



「#3」。アナログシンセベース、シンセサイザー、クラシックギター、バイオリン、 タンバリンなどを使用。冬の寒さで凍ることのないように、雪の下や土の中で甘みを蓄える冬の旬野菜(かぶ、れんこん、春菊、長ねぎ、白菜、大根、ほうれん草など)を音楽で表現した。











Spatial design using multiple music/speakers.
Music for the restaurant "yaoyano" run by natowa that specializes in croquettes and craft colas.

We composed the three songs inspired by croquettes (Each has its own musical concept : at the back of the restaurant "#1" is "Abstract croquette", terrace "#2" is "The nature of the Kuhonbutsu River that once existed", in the front of the restaurant "#3" is "Seasonal vegetables"), vegetables and the location, and placed three small speakers inside and outside the restaurant. The songs are continuously displaced, but harmonize with each other. "Songs for yaoyano" is completed by mixing in environmental sounds such as the sound of the ventilation fan in the restaurant, the sound of frying croquettes, and the sound of people talking. The music will be updated for the four seasons.

"#1". The instruments are electric fretless bass, tenor saxophone, soprano saxophone, marimba, and harpsichord. We aimed to create a warm atmosphere like the warmth of nature.

"#2". The instruments are electric guitar, marimba, flute, acoustic piano, mandolin, and timpani. We expressed the falling dry leaves and the riverside where the cold river flows with music.

"#3". The instruments are analog synth bass, synthesizer, classical guitar, violin, and tambourine. We expressed the winter seasonal vegetables (Turnip, lotus root, crown daisy, Japanese leek, Chinese cabbage, Japanese radish, spinach) that store their sweetness under the snow to keep them from freezing in the winter cold with music.


"#1". The instruments are drums, steelpan, and harp. We expressed a cheerful and joyful spring-like croquettes with rhythmic bass and drums, and harp phrases like fluttering cherry blossoms.

"#2". The instruments are horns, electric guitar, marimba, acoustic piano, gut guitar, and timpani. We expressed buzz of birds, insects, and plants along the river in spring with music.

"#3". The instruments are clarinet, kalimba, and violin. We expressed the peculiar quirks and young shoots of spring seasonal vegetables (Spring cabbage, asparagus, garland chrysanthemum, celery, rape blossoms) with clarinet chords and occasional synthesizer distortion phrases.


"#1". The instruments are percussion, ukulele, kalimba and piccolo. We expressed lively and cool atmosphere  with music incorporated Latin-style rhythmic patterns, ukulele improvisation, and piccolo phrases.

"#2". The instruments are keyboards, synth bass, acoustic guitar, handbells and udu. We expressed the surface of a river shimmering and sparkling in the summer sunlight with music.

"#3". The instruments are clarinet, kalimba, and violin. We expressed summer seasonal vegetables (lettuce, tomato, cucumber, bitter gourd, zucchini) with fresh, heat-removing, cool-down music.




Title:Songs for yaoyano


​​Music Written & Directed by Vegetable Record

#1 (WInter)
00:00 / 56:04
#2 (Winter)
00:00 / 48:10
#3 (Winter)
00:00 / 27:45
#1 (Spring)
00:00 / 18:54
#2 (Spring)
00:00 / 17:12
#3 (Spring)
00:00 / 13:21
#1 (Summer)
00:00 / 11:16
#2 (Summer)
00:00 / 12:03
#3 (Summer)
00:00 / 05:19
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