Reigakusha, Sukeyasu Shiba* - Gagaku Suites (CD, Album)

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  3. She released her first CD album, with the title Yusura, in , and in presented a concert under the title of Playing the Gakubiwa. In the composer TarōIshida composer a work for her to perform on the gakubiwa at an exhibition entitledBenches of the Brazilian Indigenous Peoples held at the Tokyo Metropolitan Teien ArtMuseum.
  4. Gagaku: “Gems from Foreign Lands.” Celestial Harmonies Performed by Tokyo Gakuso. Annotated by Steven G. Nelson. Produced by ÔNO Tadaaki. Gagaku Suites. Celestial Harmonies Performed by Reigakusha (directed by SHIBA Sukeyasu). Annotated by Steven G. Nelson, SHIBA Sukeyasu and MIYAMARU Naoko.
  5. The album opens with the standard piece of gagaku, "Etenraku." This gives the group some room to stretch out on the tuning-up period a bit and then move into the full instrumental glory of the work. A dance piece stemming from the Rg Veda follows, with a vaguely related longer one from western Asia following it. "Gakkaen" stands as one of the.
  6. Mayumi Miyata (sho: pipe, free-reed mouth organ) graduated from Kunitachi College of Music where she was a piano major. After graduation, she began studying the sho under Tadamaro Ono of the Imperial Household Gagaku Orchestra. Since , she has been a member of the Reigakusha gagaku ensemble, founded by the famed Sukeyasu Shiba.
  7. Recorded on this CD are two taikyoku (extensive suites in multiple movements), the first a suite that was a taikyoku only at the very beginning of its history in Japan (Sandaien), and the second a suite belonging to both the ancient and modern class of the central four (Shunnoden).
  8. Jun 11,  · Just finished listening to the Sam Rivers CD. It's a great sounding live album, and the rhythm section is phenomenal! Sam really was playing great right to the end. RIP # Reigakusha/Sukeyasu Shiba-Gagaku Suites:Sandaien& Shunnnoden Krokodil-An Invisible World Revealed Last edited by walt;.

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