Title: 綠野仙蹤 Played by: 陳悅 Picture: Lovers on a Bridge by hakubaikou The bamboo flute 簫 is played vertically, like the western recorder.
A collecting CD : “Mika AGEMATSU” 2005 UNIVERSAL JAPAN UCCS-1071 http://www.universal-music.co.jp/classics/j_classic/mika_agematsu/discography.html Composition:Hitoshi Fujima Arrangement:Mika Agematsu A performance: Mika Agematsu,Hirasawa Quartet,STUDIO ARPA JAPAN A stage:2010 yokohama JAPAN http://www.agematsu-mika.jp/top.html
Sit down and relax, while listening to a composition of drums from Japan. Especially the large Taiko drums give an overwelming sound, which does not fit in any video camera. You have to experience these vibrations yourself. This event was my first encounter with Taiko drums. I followed the drums in the far distance, which […]
Here is a remix of Dawn Voyages, featuring traditional koto music that should prove more soothing than the original ‘exciting’ mix.
Música tradicional del Japón. Instrumento Shamisen. Estilo Sugaro Shamisen
We caught these guys at the Fiddler near Takadanobaba Station in Shinjuku.
Please Note- a higher quality version is now online, which you can see here. Be sure to click the ‘HQ’ button to enjoy a substantially higher resolution version, as was originally intended- Here are the beautiful Flowers and Views of Mt Fuji, with a traditionally soothing Japanese ‘koto’ music soundtrack. The actual pictures were taken […]
Taiko Drummers in Peterborough playing a traditional piece of music from Japan.
Jake Shimabukuro plays “Sakura, Sakura” a song inspired by the Koto (Japanese instrument). Performed at the Japan Society 2009 Annual Dinner in New York City, June 15, 2009. For more information on Japan Society please visit: http://www.japansociety.org Information on Jake Shimabukuro: http://www.jakeshimabukuro.com/ Information on the Koto: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Koto_(musical_instrument)
Better Quality version here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fye64iRYFAs A video I made in northern Japan to celebrate the explosion of cherry blossoms after a long winter. The song is called “sakura” which means cherry blossoms and the two kanji that pop up mean “cherry blossom” and later “flower viewing.”
Beautiful koto piece by Yoko Nishi
A traditional Japanese song sung by Meagan Finlay, with Andrew Liu on cello, and Steven Davis on viola. Enjoy!
Famous traditional classic music of Japan; Koto strings. “Sakura(cherry blossoms)” Please visit my other channel : stratocasterbob
The greatest living koto player. The Jimi Hendrix of the Japanese harp.
Another arrangement of “Sakura Sakura”: If you like this recording, please try my own composing project, 1001 MUSIC PROJECT: http://uk.youtube.com/user/musica0806 “Sakura Sakura” It is a Japanese traditional music. Arranged and played by Masashi Yamanaka.