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Transcript of MUSIC 8
-anybody or everybody can perform this ESOTERIC MUSIC -is a specialized music
-designed for people with special training in music. JAPANESE VOCAL STYLE SHOMYO -is a vocal style that includes speech and singing.
-traditional Japanese music that played
a significant role during the Heian Period
-is a popular vocal music used in Buddhist temples
-Japanese vocal music originated from Buddhist temples. ZOKUYO -are popular songs in Japan
-do not have Western influences
-hauta or small song (most popular songs in Japan)
-Iyobushi (popular songs for the Iyo region) MINYO -most popular group of songs
-term used for regional folk songs about life of the ordinary people. WORK SONGS GATHERING SONGS FESTIVAL SONGS CHILDREN'S SONGS ROEI and SAIBARA -are vocal genres of accompanied music from the Heian court from the 9th-12th century.
-both are used in the Gagaku ensemble.
SAIBARA -are songs with simple melodies that were derived from ancient folk songs.
-their themes include scenes of life. -shamisen, taiko drums, shakuhachi are instruments used to accompany these songs ROEI -are songs that developed as standard realizations for singing and reciting music. SAKURA Sakura! Sakura! Ya yo i no
sorawa, Miwatasu kagiri
Kasumu ka kumoka, Ni o izo
izuru. Izaya izaya,
Mi ni yu kan JAPANESE RAIN SONG Piter, pater, falling, falling rain if falling down,
Mother comes to bring umbrella, Rain is falling down. *
Underneath the drooping willow stands a little child
No umbrella, child is weeping, Rain is falling down *
Ame, ame, fure, fure, kaasan ga, Jyano me de o mu kae, U reshi na *
*Pi chi, pi chi, cha pu, cha pu ran, ran, ran.
KAERU NO UTAG Kaeru no utaga Kiko ete
Kuruyo Gwa! Gwa! Gwa!
Gero gero gero gero Gwa! Gwa!