Watering a Flower  

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"À l'écoute de Watering a Flower, longues plages de background music réalisées par Haruomi Hosono en 1984 pour les magasins Muji au Japon, la même ambiguïté ressurgit : la fonction ne neutralise pas mais libère une expressivité ..." Dialectique de la pop (2018) by Agnès Gayraud

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Hana ni Mizu (1984, English: Watering a Flower) is a book and audio recording by Japanese musician Haruomi Hosono.

"These works were commissioned by a consumer goods shop Muji as shop background music in 1983."[1]




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