Takashi Asahina / Keiko Nakajima / Chigyo Suyama - Rokudan no Shirabe: Koto with Orchestra mp3 downloadPerformer: Takashi Asahina / Keiko Nakajima / Chigyo Suyama
Title: Rokudan no Shirabe: Koto with Orchestra
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Takashi Asahina / Keiko Nakajima / Chigyo Suyama - Rokudan no Shirabe: Koto with Orchestra mp3 download
Takashi Asahina, Keiko Nakajima, Chigyo Suyama. Rokudan no Shirabe: Koto with Orchestra.
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A performance by famous Koto player Fuyuki Enokido, given at Manchester Metropolitan University on 18 August 2012
This is a classic koto piece performed in the 17th century by Kengyo Yatsuhashi, an epic figure in koto music history who created a new style for th. .
Japan: Ancient Court Music & Koto Melodies - Студийный альбом от Inspiration. Вышел Неизвестно В альбом вошло 11 треков.
Takashi Asahina (朝比奈 隆 Asahina Takashi, 9 July 1908 – 29 December 2001) was a Japanese conductor. Asahina was born in Tokyo as an illegitimate child of Kaichi Watanabe. He founded the Kansai Symphonic Orchestra (today the Osaka Philharmonic Orchestra) in 1947 and remained its chief conductor until his death in Kobe. Inspired by a meeting with Wilhelm Furtwängler in the 1950s, he began a lifelong attachment to the music of Anton Bruckner, recording the complete Bruckner symphonies several times
17 String Koto - Takashi Yoshimatsu. Wagner: Der Ring des Nibelungen - Takashi Asahina, New Japan Philharmonic. Spiders Album No. 1 - The Spiders. What Are They Doing in Heaven Today - George Washington Phillips. Digimon Opening Best Sprit - Koji Wada. Better Off in Me - Brad Sucks, Irrelevant. Testament - Turtle Creek Chorale. Ish'ak - Saad al Fahad. After You've Gone - Various Artists.
Rokudan no Shirabe is one of Yatsuhashi Kengyō’s famous pieces. It was originally a sōkyoku (Japanese: 箏曲, lit. 'koto music'), a kind of chamber music with the koto playing the leading part, but nowadays the part of the koto is more widely known than the original. The music is made from six columns, hence the name, and there are exactly fifty-two beats in each column, except for the first row, which has four beats more.
CreditsTakashi Asahina - Primary Artist
Keiko Nakajima - Primary Artist
Chigyo Suyama - Primary Artist