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  2. Hiromitsu Agatsuma

    Tsugaru-Shamisen Artist
    Born July 27, 1973 in Ibaraki Prefecture, Japan

    Agatsuma began studying the tsugaru shamisen at the…

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  5. Kunaicho Gakubu (宮内庁楽部) is the Music Department of the Imperial Household Agency, the Imperial court musicians.

  6. A selection of old and contemporary Japanese chamber music performed by Aiko Hasegawa, Kikuko Satoh, Richard Stagg, and Makoto Hasegawa.

  7. This is mistagged for Tani Senzan and Tanaka Yoko; it would help Last.fm if you could correct your tags.

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  9. うめ吉 (Umekichi) made her debut at the pit (musician's box) at a Rakugo performance. With her shamisen in hand, she became an instant sensation in…

  10. For the individual artists see: Satomi Saeki and Alcvin Takegawa Ramos

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  12. The Yoshida Brothers 吉田兄弟] were born and raised in Noboribetsu, Hokkaido. Each picked up the shamisen at the tender age of five and began…

  13. The Yoshida Kyōdai (Yoshida Brothers) are Japanese musicians and have released several albums under the Domo label internationally as the Yoshida…

  14. Umekichi うめ吉] (born in Kurashiki, Okayama) is a Japanese folk and pop musician. She is noted for an interest in traditional Japanese music, she…

  15. 三上寛 (Kan Mikami) takes much of his inspiration from the school of singer/songwriters and blues vocalists. From the rural district of Tsugaru,…

  16. The unit which was formed by a shamisen player Hiromitsu Agatsuma and pianist Satoru Shionoya aiming at fusion with the piano which are Japanese…

  17. Kohachiro Miyata (Jap.: 宮田耕八朗 Miyata Kohachiro) has been recognized in recent years as one of Japan’s leading players of the shakuhachi. He…

  18. Agatsuma Hiromitsu ( 上妻宏光) (b.1973) is a Japanese musician, playing the tsugaru shamisen

    Born 27thJuly 1973 in Ibaraki Prefecture, Japan, Agatsuma…

  19. Yatsuhashi Kengyo / 八橋検校 (1614-1685) was a Japanese composer and koto player.
    He was a gifted blind musician from Kyoto who changed the limited…

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