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  16. Clive Bell is a musician and composer specialising in Far Eastern music. He studied the Shakuhachi (japanese bamboo flute) in Tokyo with the…

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  18. A husband and wife duo, John and Elizabeth Falconer lived in Japan for over a decade to study Japanese music from master teachers. Their love…

  19. Called "A Master of the Shakuhachi" by The New York Times, James Nyoraku Schlefer is a leading performer and teacher of shakuhachi in New York…

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