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Rokudan - 16th Century - Shinichi Yuize - The Japanese Koto (Vinyl, LP)

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  1. H The Koto Music of Japan. Master Hagiwara, Master Hatta, Master Kitagawa, Master Kukusui; H Caledonia! The Macpherson Singers & Dancers of Scotland; H The Pennywhistlers; Seven Young Women Sing Folksongs from Bulgaria, Czechoslovakia, Hungary, the U.S.A., the U.S.S.R., Yugoslavia; H Japanese Koto Classics. Shinichi Yuize.
  2. Jul 20,  · View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Vinyl release of The Japanese Koto on Discogs. Label: Cook - • Series: Sounds Of Our Times • Format: Vinyl LP • Country: US • Genre: Folk, World, & Country •5/5(1).
  3. Jul 20,  · Discover releases, reviews, credits, songs, and more about Shinichi Yuize - The Japanese Koto at Discogs. Complete your Shinichi Yuize collection. Country: US • Genre: Folk, World, & Country • Rokudan - 16th Century: Yu Gao - (Gourd) 17th Century Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year; Shinichi Yuize: The Japanese Koto /5(2).
  4. Rokudan Koto no Meikyoku. Paid Link. Victor - VDRY Track: Title: Kanji: Length: Shakuhachi: Shamisen: Koto: 1: Rokudan no Shirabe: 六段の調.
  5. Koto by Naoko Kikuchi The Japanese koto is a simple instrument made by hollowing out a large piece of paulownia wood. 13 strings extend the length of the slim box shaped instrument. When played, then entire piece of wood acts as a resonance body. The koto is about cm long, 40cm wide and 5cm deep. The body is slightly bowed, with the seventh.
  6. Satomi Saeki Born in Miyazaki, Japan, Satomi Saeki was introduced to Japanese traditional music by her father, a shakuhachi-player and -maker. She studied koto (horizontal harp), sangen/shamisen (3-stringed Japanese lute) and juushichigen (stringed horizontal harp) with Shizu Watanabe, Namie Sano and Takeshi Nakai/5(31).
  7. May 20,  · Rokudan No Shirabe (Music of Six Steps) · Shinichi Yuize Sakura: A Musical Celebration of the Cherry Blossoms ℗ Smithsonian Folkways Recordings Released on: Auto-generated by.
  8. "Rokudan" (or "Rokudan no Shirabe") is the most famous koto work, and as is typical of the genre, opens with a 2-measure theme overture. Another favorite, "Godan Ginuta (Kinuta)" is a koto duet with 5 variations ("Kinuta" is fabric pressing). It’s 5th variation’s 2nd koto part is notable because it incorporates Rokudan’s 1st variation.

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