Track A composed for five kotos, hoteki, shamisen and shakuhachi. Track B1 composed for koto ensemble. Track B2 composed for koto, shamisen, kokyu or shakuhachi. Played by the masters of Meian, Kimpu, Tozan and Kikisui schools at Darumaden of Nanzenji and Meianji, Kyoto. Matrix, Runout (Side A): LLST-7167-A 12-4 9-73. Matrix, Runout (Side B): LLST-7167-B 12-4 9-73.
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Koto Ensemble Of The Ikuta School Nihon Five Kotos Hoteki Shamisen Shakuhachi. Koto Ensemble Of The Ikuta School Nagare (The Stream).
Listen to music from Koto Ensemble Of The Ikuta School, Japan like Shockikubai (Koto), Otone No Nagare Ni Sote (Sakamoto) & more. Find the latest tracks, albums, and images from Koto Ensemble Of The Ikuta School, Japan. A group of musicians better described as an ensemble than an orchestra, the instruments featured including koto, hoteki, shamisen and shakuhachi. The Koto Ensemble incorporates minor, yet discernible elements of western classical music into the atmospheric, nature-inspired discipline of Japanese classical, with thoroughly engaging and enjoyable results.
Koto Ensemble Of The Ikuta School /Nihon, five kotos, hoteki, shamisen, shakuhachi/. Koto Ensemble Of The Ikuta School /Nihon, five kotos, hoteki, shamisen, shakuhachi/ 01. Otone No Nagare Ni Sote (Along The Great Tone River)
1. Otone no Nagare ni Sote. Along the Grand Tone River) is a composition of Tsuyoshi Sakamoto and requires five kotos, hoteki, shamisen and shakuhachi. This piece is rarely played because of the great difficulty of assembling the necessary music talent. However, it is regarded as an outstanding example of koto music, and has no peer in sumptuous sonorities and excitement. The Tone is a river leading to the Sea of Japan and includes many short musical elements from Japanese folk songs
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|A||Otone No Nagare Ni Sote (Along The Grand Otone River)
Composed By – Tsuyoshi Sakamoto
|B1||Nagare (The Stream)
Koto, Composed By – Kazuko Tsukushi
|B2||Shochikubai (Music Of Pine, Bamboo And Plum Blossoms)
Composed By – Mitsuhashi KotoKoto [17-string] – Hiroko MitsuikeShamisen – Shukin NodaStrings [Kokyu] – Sadako Nishimura
|LLST 7167||Koto Ensemble Of The Ikuta School*||Japanese Koto Orchestra: Five Kotos, Hoteki, Shamisen And Shakuhachi (LP, RE)||Lyrichord||LLST 7167||US||1973|
|LYRCD 7167||Koto Ensemble Of The Ikuta School*||Japanese Koto Orchestra: Five Kotos, Hoteki, Shamisen And Shakuhachi (CD, RE)||Lyrichord||LYRCD 7167||US||1989|