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Lullaby For The Moon : Japanese Music For Koto And Shakuhachi
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Album: Lullaby For The Moon : Japanese Music For Koto And Shakuhachi
# Song Title   Time
1)    Komoriuta: Lullaby (Variations)-Hazan Yamamoto, Utazumi Kunishige More Info...
2)    Toge-Hachi-Ri: Eight Miles through a Mountain Pass-Tozan Tanno, Tozan Hara More Info...
3)    Kuon No Hikari: Eternal Lights - Hozan Yamamoto, Utazumi Kunishige More Info...
4)    Umi: Sea Fantasy - Tozan Hara, Soyo Nakamura, Reiko Nakamura, Miyoshi Hoshida More Info...
5)    Muttsu: Six Fragments For Koto (Variations) - Osamu Shimizu, Keiko Matsuo More Info...
6)    Sakura: Cherry Blossoms (Trio On A Theme By Sajura) - Kozan Kitahara, Shizuo Aoki More Info...
7)    Kojo: Moonlight On A Ruined Castle (Variations On A Theme) - Kozan Kitahara, Shizuo More Info...
8)    Chidori: The Ploughman's Song - Shinzo Miya More Info...
 

Album: Lullaby For The Moon : Japanese Music For Koto And Shakuhachi
# Song Title   Time
1)    Komoriuta: Lullaby (Variations)-Hazan Yamamoto, Utazumi Kunishige More Info...
2)    Toge-Hachi-Ri: Eight Miles through a Mountain Pass-Tozan Tanno, Tozan Hara More Info...
3)    Kuon No Hikari: Eternal Lights - Hozan Yamamoto, Utazumi Kunishige More Info...
4)    Umi: Sea Fantasy - Tozan Hara, Soyo Nakamura, Reiko Nakamura, Miyoshi Hoshida More Info...
5)    Muttsu: Six Fragments For Koto (Variations) - Osamu Shimizu, Keiko Matsuo More Info...
6)    Sakura: Cherry Blossoms (Trio On A Theme By Sajura) - Kozan Kitahara, Shizuo Aoki More Info...
7)    Kojo: Moonlight On A Ruined Castle (Variations On A Theme) - Kozan Kitahara, Shizuo More Info...
8)    Chidori: The Ploughman's Song - Shinzo Miya More Info...
 
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  • Lullaby for the Moon presents Japanese contemporary works for koto and shakuhachi based on traditional folksongs (1. Komoroiuta, 6. Sakura, and 7. Kojo), as well as some original ones, including a piece for 2 shakuhachis. The CD ends with one of the most known pieces of the Japanese classical repertoire: "Chidori" (known also as "Chidori no Kyoku"), written around 1750. A large group of excellent musicians were selected for this CD, including one of today's most known and best shakuhachi musicians: Hozan Yamamoto. This excellent CD presents a music of high meditative quality. ~ Bruno Desch╦ćnes
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