日本のハアモニイ Harmony of Japanese music

Nihon no hāmonī = Harmony of Japanese music
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Notes

  • Vocal and instrumental works.
  • Compact disc.
  • Program notes in Japanese and English (18 p. : ill.) by Kojima Tomiko.
  • Sung in Japanese and Ainu.

Contents

  • Nara Yakushiji hana-e shiki shōmyō = Shōmyō (Buddhist chant) during hana-e shiki (a flower rite) at Yakushi-ji Temple in Nara -- Sōjō chōshi = Gagaku (court music): Sōjō chōshi (A scale) -- Ama ranjō = Gagaku (court music): Ama ranjō -- Kogaku ranjō = Gagaku (court music): Kogaku ranjō -- Nara Tōdaiji o-mizu-tori no hora uta to shōmyō = Conch shells and Tantric Buddhists' chant, o-mizu-tori (a water-drawing rite) at Tōdai-ji Temple in Nara. First night, conch shells played by great officiating priests ; First night, recitation in praise of bodhisattvas -- Mōsō biwa "Jijin-gyo" -- Edo kiyari = Edo fireman's chant -- Amami sani no hachigatsu odori = The August dance of the Sani community in Amami -- Kamui upopo = Song of Ainu people Kamui upopo -- Chaku pīyaku = Song of Ainu people Chaku pīyaku -- Sarorun rimuse = Song of Ainu people Sarorun rimuse