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Shakuhachi - The Japanese Bamboo Flute

Clive Bell

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Clive Bell is a well-known British shakuhachi player as well as a multi-instrumentalist. He studied the shakuhachi in Japan with Kohachiro Miyata, one of today's greatest Japanese shakuhachi masters. He also plays with Japanese koto player Rie Yanagisawa. Bell proposes here a solo CD for the shakuhachi, mixing well-known solo shakuhachi pieces from the honkyoku repertoire (i.e., the repertoire of the Zen Buddhist monks) with folk songs, as well as one of his own compositions. Bell shows an excellent mastery of this difficult instrument. ~ Bruno Deschênes, Rovi

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Genre: Wereld

Jaren actief: '80s, '90s, '00s

Clive Bell is a British Shakuhachi player who studied with the renown Shakuhachi player Kohachiro Miyata, one of today's greatest Japanese Shakuhachi masters. He regularly gives concerts and lecture demonstrations on Japanese music both as a soloist and as a duet with Rié Yanagisawa, who plays the koto, the shamisen, and sings. Bell is also a respected multi-instrumentalist, playing the khene, a large Thai bamboo mouth organ, and flutes from Bali, China, Thailand, and European, as well as the crumhorn...
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