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Traditional Japanese Music 1

Traditional Japanese Music 1

Traditional Japanese music Musicians and dancer, Muromachi period Traditional Japanese music is the folk or traditional music of Japan. Types of traditional Japanese music[edit] There are three types of traditional music in Japan: instrumental, theatrical and court music. Kabuki[edit] Kabuki (歌舞伎?) Noh[edit] Noh ( 能?) Gagaku[edit] Gagaku (雅楽?) Instrumental Music Kangen (管弦?) Shōmyō[edit] Shōmyō (声明?) Jōruri[edit] Gidayubushi (義太夫節?) There are other four jōruri styles which have largely died out. Katōbushi (河東節?) Nagauta[edit] Nagauta (長唄?) Ogiebushi (荻江節?) Shakuhachi music[edit] Shakuhachi (尺八?) Sōkyoku[edit] Ikuta ryu - Originated in Eastern Japan. Traditional music in modern culture[edit] Traditional Japanese musicians sometimes collaborate with modern Western musicians. Traditional musical instruments[edit] 鉦鼓 Shōko Traditional cultural events[edit] Artists[edit] See also[edit] References[edit] Jump up ^ "舞楽". External links[edit]

Japanese Feudalism.mp4 Posturas éticas Yoshida Brothers Biography Ryoichiro Yoshida: born 1977Kenichi Yoshida: born 1979 The Yoshida Brothers were born and bred in Noboribetsu, Hokkaido. Each picked up the shamisen at the tender age of five, and began studying Tsugaru shamisen under Takashi Sasaki I in 1990. They won the "Traditional Japanese Music Album Of The Year" category of the 15th annual Japan Gold Disc… » Read More They won the "Traditional Japanese Music Album Of The Year" category of the 15th annual Japan Gold Disc Award, as well as the "30th Anniversary Of Normalization Of Japan-China Diplomatic Relations Commemorative Special Prize" of the 17th Annual Japan Gold Disc Award. In 2002, the brothers went on their first national tour entitled "Live Soul" performing in 30 cities. International release followed in Korea in 2004 where they had performed their first concert in Seoul in addition to the domestic tour that included 28 cities. In 2005, the brothers recorded an album in Los Angeles, followed by a West Coast tour and a concert in Hawaii.

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