4 edition of Gen Nihon no seishin fūdo found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references (p. 265-267).
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xvi, 88 p. :|
|Number of Pages||48|
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The player will often strike the strings and skin very hard and fast with the. Most scholars [ ] reject this unilinear derivation of the genre. Tsugaru-jamisen is considered the most recognized genre of shamisen music, and has enjoyed multiple periods of popularity in Japan.
in Japanese Despite the English-language alternative title, all in Japanese. Shimizu also wrote much about Chichibu; a three-volume collection of his writings was published in 1983. Tsugaru-shamisen has a large and steadily growing repertory.
Indeed, " Jonkara bushi" — in a version that the old bosama would probably not even recognize — has today become virtually a symbol of the timeless "spirit of Tsugaru". Shimizu was born on 12 October 1913 in Chichibu, the eldest son of the family running a photography studio in Kumaki, Chichibu. Tsugaru : regional identity on Japan's northern periphery.
Chichibu: Furusato no kokoro 秩父 ふるさとの心. As a result of his successes, tsugaru-jamisen became popular in the 1920s, but its popularity waned with the onset of the later in the Gen Nihon no seishin fūdo.
Somewhat earlier there had been a nationwide movement to produce "new folk songs" see Hughes 1985:144-54, 281-309; Kojima 1970resulting in the songs listed in Group E. 1998 The Birth of Tsugaru Shamisen Music. 1991 The Autobiography of Takahashi Chikuzan: Adventures of a Tsugaru-jamisen musician.
Ningen Chichibu: Kage to hida no naka ni にんげん秩父 蔭と襞の中に. The new edition includes a good deal of newly discovered historical information and brings the volume up to date. As can be seen from the listing of songs in Group B, newer variants of songs tend to coexist alongside older versions, rather than replacing them. By the middle of the 20th century three songs Group B and their shamisen versions had become the core of the Tsugaru-shamisen repertoire, which they remain today.
During 1955-1965, many performers of the genre moved to urban centers in Japan such as. Recently, younger performers have been attempting to combine Tsugaru-shamisen playing styles or motives with jazz, rock, and other forms of more commercial music.
1973 Tsugaru-shamisen Takahashi Chikuzan liner notes.
Instead, they tended to be sung by non-professionals, generally without shamisen accompaniment.
Dan Trening je otvorne za sve Yudanshe.
PhD dissertation, University of Michigan.