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Akikazu Nakamura - The World of Zen Music - Shakuhachi Music from Kyushu, Daibosatsu mp3 album

  • Performer: Akikazu Nakamura
  • Title: The World of Zen Music - Shakuhachi Music from Kyushu, Daibosatsu
  • Genre: World, Country
  • Formats: DMF WMA MP2 DXD FLAC MIDI DTS
  • Released: 2001
  • Style: Folk
  • MP3 album: 1691 mb
  • FLAC album: 1356 mb
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Akikazu Nakamura - The World of Zen Music - Shakuhachi Music from Kyushu, Daibosatsu mp3 album

Details about the Japanese music recording: World of Zen Music, The - Shakuhachi Music from Kyushu. Information may include sound snippets, track names, performers and other details. Daibosatsu makes extensive use of ornamentation and decorative figurations and is the most dramatic, complex and extended piece in the extant repertoire of komuso shakuhachi. It has the alternative titles Neri-saji and So no saji. On the first album in this series, The World of Zen Music: Saji, the piece was performed on a 2 shaku 3 sun length shakuhachi, but in this performance it is given an even deeper and more forceful tone through use of the very long 3 shaku 1 sun instrument. 8. Banshiki (Itchoken).

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THE WORLD OF ZEN MUSIC Series. 1. Daha 2. Koden Sugumori 3. Shingetsu 4. Shika no Tone (Taizan Branch of the Myoan School) 5. Kyorei 6. Mukaiji 7. Koku 8. Tsuru no Sugomori (Taizan Branch of the Myoan School). Daibosatsu 2. Kumoi no Kyoku 3. Reiho 4. Toppiki 5. San'an 6. Azuma no Kyoku 7. Saji 8. Banshiki and Daiotsu. The band Forest includes shakuhachi, keyboards & 5-string silent bass. This album also uses koto, sitar, guitar, percussion and voice. Hear sound sample from NEUTRAL POINT, FOREST.

Instrument: Akikazu Nakamura's original brand "MUSO".

AKIKAZU NAKAMURA composer, shakuhachi(Japanese bamboo flute)player. Akikazu Nakamura studied under Katsuya Yokoyama and several masters of the komuso shakuhachi tradition. A graduate of the NHK School of Traditional Music, Nakamura went on to study composition and jazz theory at Berklee College of Music, graduating summa cum laude. He was then awarded a scholarship to pursue a master's degree in composition and third-stream music at the New England Conservatory. and in 2005 for his CD The World of Zen Music: Sanya. Also active as a composer, Nakamura has been commissioned by NHK in Japan, WDR in Germany, the Jean Sibelius String Quartet (Finland), the Ravel String Quartet (France), and Munch Trio (Germany), among others. He was awarded the Encouragement Prize by the Agency for Cultural Affairs for his work as a composer.

Tracklist

1 Daibosatsu 大菩薩 11:02
2 Kumoi Jishi 雲井獅子 3:53
3 Yamagoe (aka Reiho) 鈴法 3:58
4 Toppiki 4:10
5 Kokû (Itchoken) 虚空 7:37
6 Azuma no Kyoku (Itchoken) 吾妻の曲 3:08
7 Saji 薩慈 7:46
8 Banshiki (Itchoken) 盤渉 7:23

Companies, etc.

  • Licensed From – Sound Pot Co. Ltd.
  • Recorded At – Studio Sound Pot Co., Ltd. – May and June 2001
  • Mastered At – Nippon Columbia Studio – June 2001

Credits

  • Art Direction, Design, Photography – Kazutami Nishimoto (WARS. Inc.)
  • Mastered By – Hiroyuki Hosaka (Nippon Columbia Co., Ltd.)
  • Producer – Teruyuki Yoschida (Nippon Columbia Co., Ltd.)
  • Producer, Directed By – Yuriko Keino (Sound Pot Co., Ltd.)
  • Public Relations – Akiko Yanagisawa (Sound Pot Co., Ltd.)
  • Recorded By, Mixed By – Masaki Sasaki (SOUND ENGINEERINGS)
  • Supervised By – Tomiko Kojima
  • Translated By – Tim Painter (office Gré)

Notes

Instrument: Akikazu Nakamura's original brand "MUSO"

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode: 4988001990901


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