Group Yonin No Kai - Jiuta (Koto, Shamisen, Shakuhachi) mp3 album
Jiuta (Koto, Shamisen, Shakuhachi) (LP). Ensemble Yonin No Kaï. Japon: Jiuta (CD, Album, RE). Ocora.
Miyabi Koto Shamisen Ensemble Masayo Ishigure, Director. Michio Miyagi Haru no umi (The Sea in Spring, 1929). Masayo Ishigure, koto John Kaizan Neptune, shakuhachi. Katsuhiko Yoshizaki Gun (1989). Masayo Ishigure, koto, bass koto, 20-string koto, and jiuta-style shamisen, began playing the koto and jiuta shamisen at the age of five in Gifu, Japan. She joined a small group of virtuoso disciples of the Sawai family and successfully completed the 33rd Ikusei-kai program sponsored by the broadcaster NHK to foster and train aspiring artists in Japanese music. In 1988 Ishigure received a degree in Japanese traditional music, with a concentration on koto and shamisen, from Takasaki Junior Arts College. His second album, Bamboo, was named Outstanding Record of the Year by the Cultural Affairs Agency of the Japanese Ministry of Education.
Shakuhachi performed in ensemble with Koto, Shamisen, Kyoku & Voice. Chikanobu Yoshu - 1894. ELIZABETH FALCONER earned a masters licence from the Sawai Koto School in Japan where she studied under Utayumi Nagane, Kazue Sawai and Tadao Sawai from 1979 to 1990. MASAYO ISHIGURE began playing the koto and jiuta shamisen at the age of five in Gifu, Japan.
The Yamato Ensemble with British shakuhachi player Richard Stagg presents a second CD of traditional and contemporary Japanese chamber music, including an arrangement for koto and shakuhachi of folk songs from the island of Okinawa, a music rarely heard abroad. The first and the third pieces are typical pieces of the Jiuta repertoire (. the Japanese chamber music style), although the third piece, "Yuki," is sung and performed only on shamisen
Shakuhachi (Koto, Shamisen). по названию по исполнителю. H zan Yamamoto (shakuhachi) Sawai Tadao (koto) Yagi Keiji(vocal shamisen) – 02 Haginotsuyu (роса на клевере). X Shakuhachi, Koto, Shamisen – Японская песня. Yamato Ensemble - The Art Of Japanese Koto, Shakuhachi & Shamisen – Kaede No Hana. Ensemble Nipponia - Traditional Vocal and Instrumental Music – 04 edo lullaby (shakuhachi, shamisen, biwa
shaku Shakuhachi is required to play "Haru no Umi" (Spring Sea). They are hand made by natural wood tree, therefore, they have more consistent quality, stable sound and robustness than bamboo.
Members: - Kôzan Kitahara (shakuhachi) - Sumiko Goto (koto, shamisen and vocals) - Mitoko Takahata (koto). Annotation last modified on 2009-11-18 21:46. 1.
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|558 575||Group Yonin No Kai*||Jiuta (Koto, Shamisen, Shakuhachi) (LP)||Ocora||558 575||France||1981|
|558 575||Ensemble Yonin No Kaï||Jiuta, Group Yonin No Kai, Tokyo (Koto, Shamisen, Shakuhachi) (LP, RE)||Ocora||558 575||France||1985|
|C 580069||Ensemble Yonin No Kaï||Japon: Jiuta (CD, Album, RE)||Ocora||C 580069||France||1998|
|C 583069||Ensemble Yonin No Kaï||Japon: Jiuta & Kotouta (CD, Album, RE)||Ocora||C 583069||France||2019|