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Japanese Music And Instruments
Transcript of Japanese Music And Instruments
Shamisenongaku By: Samuel Ebalobo, Alexander Maxwell, Sahil Surapaneni Japanese Musical Instruments Works Cited Edo period
Influenced by the court music of China
Based on the 5 tone scale
Music came from Korea and China in 8th century
practiced mostly by court musicians. "Traditional Japanese Music." Traditional Japanese Music. N.p., n.d. Web. 04 Feb. 2013. (http://www.japan-guide.com/e/e2113.html)
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"Online Encyclopedia." GONG (Chinese, Gong-go... N.p., n.d. Web. 15 Feb. 2013.
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http://www.unish.org/upload/word/7-2-01-JapaneseandPrinmi2.pdf The Biwa
The Shamisen Thank you for watching. Thank you for watching! Tonal System Japanese music has two basic scales both pentatonic
Sing in high and tight- throated manner
Vocal music is more important than instrumental music. The Japanese flutes (or Fue) was also used. There are eight kinds.
The japanese flute called hocchiku was crafted from bamboo strands
The shakuhachi Modern Japanese Music
( J-Pop) Modern J-pop has roots in 1960s pop and rock music.
J-pop is getting popular in Asia, Europe, and America.
The basics of J-pop are made up from Japanese traditional music and folk music. Japanese Drums The Taiko was a “great drum”
Physical energy and excitement is of an Odaiko
It seems that people are more thrilled to watch people play the kodo Japanese Gongs Japanese gongs are mostly made of bronze
Gongs were prepared usually with a thin sheet