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Mikagura - Uta - Various - Festival Of Japanese Music In Hawaii (Vinyl, LP)

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  1. Sections One to Three Songs for the Kagura/seated service (Kagura no ji-uta, suwari zutome) Section Four Yorozuyo Section Five: The Twelve Songs Song .
  2. Festival of Japanese Music in Hawaii. Recorded by Jacob Feuerring. Two 12" LP discs. Folkways Records FW and Descriptive pamphlet, 3 pp., photos. $ each vol. Every year many programs of traditional Japanese music and dance are presented in Honolulu under various auspices: civic organizations, religious.
  3. Long Playing vinyl records from the Boston Public Library. Listenable, Downloadable, kalkisnilalmeenawhisperbringer.xyzinfo Boston Public Library (BPL) sound collection includes hundreds of thousands of audio recordings in a variety of historical formats, including wax cylinders, 78 rpms, and LPs. The recordings span many genres, including classical, pop, rock, jazz, and opera – from 78s produced in the.
  4. May 18,  · Mikagura-uta the songs for the Tsutome 1st ed. by Miki Maekawa Nakayama. Published by Tenrikyo Church Headquarters in Tenri-shi, Japan. Written in English. Subjects. Doctrines, Prayers and devotions, Tenrikyō. There's no description for this book yet.
  5. In musician and ethnomusicologist Jacob Feuerring organized a two-part concert with a dual goal: to raise awareness among the people of Hawaii of the Japanese culture in their midst, and to excite enough interest so that the Japanese music and dance traditions would be maintained.
  6. Was £ Various live footage of Shisas shot between and , and dedicated to one half of the female duo, Yoshie Uno, who died in 1. Hiyamikachi Bushi, Keibin Tetsudo no Uta (Tabunka Kyosei Festival - Tokyo, August ) 2. Chikutanume, Inashiri Bushi (Shitamachi Tanabata Matsuri - Tokyo, July ) 3. Toichinsa, Shinkawa Kodaijin (Manda-La 2 - Tokyo, January ) 4. Urayama.
  7. A FESTIVAL OF JAPANESE MUSIC IN HAWAII Recorded by Jacob Feuerring Recorded "live" at the Japanese Chamber of Com­ merc~ Aud'torium, Honolulu, Hawaii, June, The music highlighted in this album generally is not "entertainment" of the type most Westerners go to hear in the concert hall.
  8. tions Of the traditional Japanese music literature, both religious and secular. Kagura Mal, the ritual music and dance of Shinto, will be per- formed by members of the Dai- jingu Temple of Hawaii. Members of the Tenrikyo Hawaii Dendocho will perform Imperial Court Music and Mikagura-Uta, both of which are used in their religious services.
  9. Category Archives: Mikagura-uta, The Songs for the Service Song Eight (Ya Kudari-me) September 30, Mikagura-uta, The Songs for the Service roykoogee. link to Google Docs version. Leave a comment. Song Nine (Kokono Kudari-me).

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