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Traditional Japanese music and musical instruments

William P. Malm

Traditional Japanese music and musical instruments

the new edition

by William P. Malm

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Published by Kodansha International in Tokyo, New York .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Music -- Japan -- History and criticism,
  • Musical instruments -- Japan

  • Edition Notes

    StatementWilliam P. Malm.
    The Physical Object
    Pagination354 p. :
    Number of Pages354
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL22424978M
    ISBN 104770023952

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Traditional Japanese music and musical instruments by William P. Malm Download PDF EPUB FB2

The book opens with a brisk and eloquent history of Japan's musical life, then moves on to its religious music, Shinto, Buddhist, and Christian; its court music; the music of the noh drama; and the music of specific instruments: biwa, shakuhachi, koto, and by: ISBN: OCLC Number: Notes: Accompanying CD contains examples of Japanese music performed by various performers.

Revised edition of: Japanese music and musical instruments. Japanese Music and Musical Instruments has three main orientations: The history of Japanese music; Construction of the instruments; Analysis of the music itself.

The book covers in a lucidly written text and a wealth of fascinating photographs and drawings the main forms of /5(2). When William Malm published his wide-ranging study of traditional Japanese music init was the first time in the twentieth century that such a work had been brought out in a Western language.

Malm's book has still not been replaced as the single most interesting and authoritative text on the subject. But until now it was never revised or updated, nor were its illustrations ever 5/5(2). The book opens with a brisk and eloquent history of Japan's musical life, then moves on to its religious music, Shinto, Buddhist, and Christian; its court music; the music of the noh drama; and the music of specific instruments: biwa, shakuhachi, koto, and shamisen.

Traditional Japanese music or 邦楽 Traditional Japanese music and musical instruments book, meaning literally (home) country music (as opposed to 洋楽 (yōgaku) - Western music) is the folk or traditional music of Japan.

Japan's Ministry of Education classifies Hōgaku as a category separate from other traditional forms of music, such as Gagaku (court music) or Shōmyō (Buddhist chanting), but most ethnomusicologists view.

Traditional Japanese musical instruments are musical instruments used in the traditional and folk music of Japan. They comprise a range of string, wind, and percussion instruments. Percussion Instruments. Bin-sasara (編木, 板ささら; also spelled bin-zasara) — clapper made from. Get this from a library.

Traditional Japanese music and musical instruments. [William P Malm]. This interesting and authoritative book includes essential facts about the various forms of Japanese music and musical instruments and their place in the overall history of Japan. Japanese Music and Musical Instruments has three main orientations: The history of Japanese music Construction of the instruments Analysis of the music book covers in a lucidly 5/5(1).

Dubbed a Japanese harp, the koto's lyrical sound mixes well with the shamisen, shakuhachi, and percussion to help with the sounds of Bunraku or Kabuki.

Biwa. A four-stringed lute with a rounded body, the biwa is the favorite instrument of the goddess of music and poetry, Benzaiten. It's style has evolved over the ages/5(7). Original, adorable, super relaxing Japanese music with Traditional Folk instruments such as Bamboo Flute, Koto, Shamisen - Relaxing Zen Music.

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BK   Japanese Music and Musical Instruments book. Read reviews from world’s largest community for readers. Malm makes it clear that each chapter can stand alone, so I read the ones that most interested me: the brief history of Japanese music and the chapters on Buddhist and Shinto religious music, gagaku, and shakuhachi flute music/5.

Played as accompaniment to kabuki plays and traditional puppet theater or by geisha, the three-stringed shamisen has been an integral. William P. Malm is the author of Traditional Japanese Music and Musical Instruments ( avg rating, 23 ratings, 1 review, published ), Music Cultur /5.

The Japanese have produced several worthwhile books, but these have remained buried in the relative obscurity of the Japanese language. The present book, then, has been written in order that the Western world may know the basic facts about the various forms of Japanese music and musical instruments and their place in the over-all history of Japan.

Japanese Musical Instruments for Sale, Shamisen, Biwa, Fue, Taiko. There are many Japanese musical instruments. Taiko center sells taiko, fue, kane, instruments for gagaku and nohgaku, shamisen, biwa and so on. Japanese music - Japanese music - Influence of Tang-dynasty China: The dominant musical style of early gagaku was, naturally, from China and was called Tang music (tōgaku).

In Japan, as in Korea, the establishment and maintenance of such a music has made it possible for modern listeners to hear foreign versions of famous pieces long forgotten in the country of their origin. The shamisen or samisen (), also sangen (三絃, both words mean "three strings"), is a three-stringed traditional Japanese musical instrument derived from the Chinese instrument is played with a plectrum called a bachi.

The Japanese pronunciation is usually shamisen but sometimes jamisen when used as a suffix, according to regular sound change (e.g. tsugaru .Japan Preserves Ancient Asian Music Around the world, the koto and shakuhachi are known as typical Japanese instruments.

And the theatrical forms of classical Noh, Kabuki and the Bunraku puppet theater, all forms where music plays a very important part, have international fame as well.Traditional Japanese Music is often closely associated with different dance styles and Kabuki shows and incorporates various Japanese musical instruments too.

Visitors to temples, shrines, and festivals can often see many traditional musical instruments being played and performed by musicians, and showcasing traditional music styles is still a.