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Snow Capped Hats - Miya Masaoka Trio - Monks Japanese Folk Song (CD, Album)

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  1. Dec 23,  · Japanese Snow Song - Traditional Arr. by Lois Brownsey & Marti Lunn Lantz Spectrum Choral Academy - Children's Chorus Christmas Concert Sat, Dec 10, , pm Kilworth Chapel, University.
  2. Arr., with additional words, by Lois Brownsey and Marti Lunn Lantz. 2-Part Choral Octavo. A delicate melody swirls and twirls like drifting snow in this tasteful arrangement of a traditional Japanese school song. The three short Japanese phrases (and several English words) are easy-to-learn and bring to mind icy images of wintertime. Simple parts.
  3. Pages in category "Japanese folk songs" The following 18 pages are in this category, out of 18 total. This list may not reflect recent changes ().
  4. A song from the pleasure district of Kagoshima, southern Japan. Its lyrics largely speak for the geisha whose romantic travails are depicted therein. This song belongs to a large extended family which traveled on sailing ships all over Japan, with gradual changes in melody, mood, tempo and lyrics - leading also to the song in Tsugaru Aiya Bushi.
  5. Feb 27,  · This famous enka song (an emotional, and at times sad, Japanese folk song style) has been performed by many artists, with Hibari Misora’s version being the most famous. The song tells of a girl from Tsugaru who experiences a sad farewell on an evening when apple blossoms fell.
  6. Compositions / Improvisations, an Album by Miya Masaoka. Released in on Asian Improv (catalog no. AIR; CD). Genres: Free Improvisation, Modern Classical, Japanese Classical Music. Featured peformers: Miya Masaoka (koto).
  7. Along with only a handful of other musicians, Miya Masaoka succeeded in introducing the koto to the world of avant-garde music. Based on the West Coast in the early '90s, she first got noticed for her Read Full Biography. Overview ↓ Biography ↓ Discography ↓ Songs ↓.

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