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  4. Kifu Mitsuhashi / (三橋貴風,Mitsuhashi Kifu) studied with Soufu Sasaki of Kinko-style shakuhachi in 1968. Became a member of Pro Musica Nipponia and…

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  12. Tadao Sawai (沢井忠夫) was born in Aichi Prefecture, Japan in 1938. His father was a shakuhachi performer and at around the age of 10 Sawai began to…

  13. 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…

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  16. Tomoko Sunazaki (砂崎知子) is an accomplished master of the koto, a 13-stringed Japanese harp made with movable bridges. She holds a master teaching…

  17. Masayuki Koga / 古賀将之 is a shakuhachi master, founder and director of the Japanese Music Institute.

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