Label: Denon – WP-7005. Format: Vinyl, LP, Album.
First album from Kahoru Nakamura on which she plays Gakubiwa, the biwa used in gagaku music. On this album Kahoru has composed the opening and closing tracks, but all others are her interpretations of classic, lost works. The pegs for the strings are low and small on the gakubiwa which distinguishes it from modern types such as Satsuma biwa and Chikuaen biwa. The World of Yamatogaku 1. Ref: FSD6551. Seiji Tsurusawa is considered to be one of the greatest joruri bunraku shamisen players of his time. Elegant but also sharp and passionate performance. Ijuro yoshimura VII, kiyomoto toshizu dayu. Omoshiro Nippon 3 - Nagauta, Kiyomoto, Tokiwazu.
Haikyuu' Profile: Koshi Sugawara. Do you like this video? Kōshi Sugawara (Japanese: 菅原 孝支 Sugawara Kōshi) is a third year at Karasuno High School; he is a setter and Vice Captain of Karasuno High Boys' Volleyball Club. Sugawara is shown to be average in height with a slender build. He has slightly thick eyebrows, light grey hair and hazel-brown eyes with a birthmark mole under his left eye. He is usually seen with a gentle smile on his face.
Sugawara hums while strumming the guitar with Kiyoko sleeping on his bed. He knew how hard Kiyoko suffered with her relationship of Oikawa. She was precious to him yet Kiyoko doesn't realize how Sugawara waited for years to hear her reply. Kiyoko is being forced into a marriage until the King of the Forest lays claim to her. Series. Part 14 of The A,B,Cs of Mythical Creatures and Monsters.
Shimazu Toyohisa (島津 豊久?, 1570 – October 21, 1600), son of Shimazu Iehisa and nephew of Shimazu Yoshihiro, was a Japanese samurai who was a member of the Shimazu clan. He served in the Battle of Kyushu (1587) under his uncle, Shimazu Yoshihiro against the Toyotomi. He fought bravely but was ambushed off route when he charged forward. He was saved by his uncle. He also was said to be a participant in the Battle of Sekigahara (1600), where he was killed fending off enemy troops during their retreat at the conclusion of the battle
The shamisen is a three-stringed musical instrument central to the musical traditions of the kabuki and bunraku theatre forms, of geisha and courtesan entertainments, and of various dance and storytelling traditions.
|A2||Yanagi No Kiyari|
|B3||Iya No Kohiki-Uta|
|B5||Kyokanoko Musume Dojoji|