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Korean Piano Solo (MP3)

Sima Kim recorded live, casually, in Tokyo


This lushly yet lightly flowing solo piano piece by Sima Kim was recorded live at Nui., a hostel and bar/lounge in the Kuramae area of Tokyo, Japan. In a manner, the track seems to have been doubly improvised — not only composed while performed, but also not pre-scheduled. It was recorded on February 11, a day after Kim’s brief recent Toyko tour ended, per the flyer above.

Track originally posted at Kim was born in South Korea and raised in Europe. More from him (albeit in Korean, primarily) at and

By Marc Weidenbaum

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