Traditional Music Of The Japanese Geisha

Label
Legacy International
Release date
7 Mar 2006
Running length
21 tracks
Running time
46:05

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    Track     Duration Listeners
1 Autumn Sorrow 1:55 682
2 Moon Over Tokyo 3:33 564
3 Rokudan 2:46 479
4 Nil Li Zi A 3:24 416
5 Tanko Bushi 1:33 405
6 Soran - Bushi 3:24 341
7 Toheganse / Kagome / Anta Gata Doko Sa Hana / Ichi Momme 2:17 100
8 Sakura 1:47 1,036
9 A Ri Rang 1:38 351
10 Tancha Meh 1:40 300
11 Chuern Mong 1:40 299
12 Chidori 3:11 343
13 Midare 1:50 425
14 Godan - Kinuta 2:44 300
15 Outgoing Ships 2:11 312
16 Nite Star 1:54 308
17 Lullaby 1:10 318
18 Ruined Castle 2:17 259
19 Japanese Fisherman 1:15 340
20 Lotus Blossom 1:41 582
21 Samurai Song 2:15 504

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  • Anariscado

    If you happen to be in London next Tuesday, 21st April, I recommend the UK premiere of BAKIRINOSU, a female acapella duo from Osaka, Japan. Fed by diverse influences, the twin voices of Bakirinosu have their roots in popular Japanese music and travel, a cappella, along melodic lines that evoke both European folklore and the sound of unknown threnody, from further away. Part of Osaka’s art scene, Ras and Gaki collaborated on rock projects before testing out a more daring formula based on song. Bakirinosu is a young group, whose candour is captivating and whose voices are beautifully simple, spontaneous and tranquil, oscillating between ethnic breathlessness and poetic nursery rhymes. BAKIRINOSU live at CAFE OTO, London Tuesday 21 April 2009, 20h00 18-22 Ashwin Street, Dalston, London E8 3DL, www.cafeoto.co.uk Book now at http://www.wegottickets.com/event/45498 £8 in advance, £10 at the door

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