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Various - NHK Transcription Programme (No. 140) - Folk Songs Of Japan - Songs Of Congratulations & Bon Festival Songs album flac


Performer: Various
Genre: Folk music
Title: NHK Transcription Programme (No. 140) - Folk Songs Of Japan - Songs Of Congratulations & Bon Festival Songs
Released: 1975
Style: Pacific
FLAC version ZIP size: 1869 mb
MP3 version ZIP size: 1858 mb
WMA version ZIP size: 1407 mb
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The abundant folk music of Japan may be classified under several major headings, religious songs, work songs, ballads, children’s songs, and dancing songs sung at festivals. This album introduces the listener to all of these different styles, featuring the singing of temples monks, coastal villagers, and city geishas. Also on display is the variety of musical instruments including the samisen, the bamboo flute, and others. RELATED LESSON PLAN "SORAN BUSHI: Exploring Japanese Work Song(Hokkaido & Kitaki, Japan)".

Label: NHK ‎– TR 140/1 - TR 140/2 Series: Transcription Service – Type: 2 x Vinyl, LP Country: Japan Date of released: 1975 Category: Folk, World, & Country Style: Pacific. Various - NHK Transcription Programme (No. 140) - Folk Songs Of Japan - Songs Of Congratulations & Bon Festival Songs MP3 version. 2348 downloads at 28 mb/s. 140) - Folk Songs Of Japan - Songs Of Congratulations & Bon Festival Songs FLAC version. Part II Bon Festival Dance Songs.

Japanese Nursery & Children's Songs (Part I). ongs Related To Annual Events. A1. Shogatsu-San (The God Of The New Year, Toyama Prefecture). A2. Shogatsu-San (The God Of The New Year, Saga Prefecture). A3. Nanakusa No Uta (Song Of The Seven Herbs Of Spring).

Album · 1961 · 35 Songs. Dance Songs At Bon In Hokkaido. 4. The Song of the Rice Husking. Group of women from Yamagata.

The music can be songs specifically pertinent to the spiritual message of Obon, or local min'yō folk songs. Consequently, the Bon dance will look and sound different from region to region. Hokkaidō is known for a folk-song known as "Sōran Bushi". Gujo Odori" in Gujō in Gifu Prefecture is famous for all night dancing. Bon Odori Festival is celebrated every year in many Japanese communities all over Brazil, as Brazil is home to the largest Japanese population outside Japan. São Paulo is the main city of the Japanese community in Brazil, and also features the major festival in Brazil, with street odori dancing and matsuri dance.

Folk Music Of Japan Album has 16 songs sung by Folkways Records Presents. Listen to all songs in high quality & download Folk Music Of Japan songs on Gaana. attr("src", $('. de tp. d t img img'). Congratulations! You have successfully joined Family Plan and & we have activated your Gaana Plus. You get Unlimited HD Downloads and Ad-Free Music.

Being an imported holiday, the Christmas in Japan is a commercial event, not a religious celebration. However, there are many customs related to Christmas that almost became tradition in Japan: the Christmas parties, gifts, illuminations, the Christmas tree, the Christmas cake and, of cours. he Christmas songs. Besides the well known Christmas Carols, cover songs and remakes, in the last 30 years a lot of original Japanese Christmas songs were composed. So this Christmas (since I am a Santa Girl), if you want to listen to something new, I’m offering you a selection with some of the most.

Traditional folk songs generally come from a culture that no longer exists, but they are still interesting. They allow us to glimpse a time that has passed but that may still influence us. The traditional songs that I've chosen for this article are four of my personal favourites. The definition of "folk song" is somewhat nebulous. Folk songs of the past were generally transmitted orally. Singers often modified a song after they discovered it, either deliberately or accidentally. This is why different variations of the lyrics exist today. I've included the probable history of each of the songs described below where possible. Folk songs discuss matters of concern for everyday people-in other words, for most of us. Old songs that have survived allow us to look at the interests and values of people in history. Perhaps the folk songs that are being created today will serve the same purpose for people in the future.