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Ningyo Shagiri - Various - Music From The Kabuki (Vinyl, LP)

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  1. Malalkree
    29.08.2019
    Orange label. Stereo. Catalog no's: Front, back cover and spine: Matrix/Runout Side B: The "B" is etched over an "A" Although not mentioned, group name is The National Kabuki Company and can be checked on the pictures of cd release here: The National Kabuki Company - The Sounds Of Kabuki - Traditional Music And Drama Of Japan/5(3).

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  2. Gardalrajas
    30.08.2019
    During each day, the place resounded with the shamisen music of Kabuki, so there was a deep relation between Yoshiwara culture and shamisen music, Kabuki and dance. For example, a Kabuki play, "Sukeroku(助六)", is performed as a New Year play, and the location is in Yoshiwara.

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  3. Fekora
    03.09.2019
    The first floor souvenir shops handles various items related to Kabuki. Ningyoyaki, a doll-shaped cake with sweet bean jam filling, is made inside one of the shops. Lunchboxes are sold in the lobby. Snacks from outside the venue are also allowed. During intermissions, the audience can even eat at their seats.

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  4. Mikabei
    01.09.2019
    Sep 18,  · The Kyoto Nohgaku Kai ‎– Japanese Noh Music - Full Album - Duration: MORALES's 獻給歌舞伎舞台 Music for Kabuki Theatre - Marimba Music From The Kabuki () - Vinyl Album.

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  5. Gull
    30.08.2019
    View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Vinyl release of Music From The Kabuki on Discogs/5(12).

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  6. Kazralkree
    27.08.2019
    Kabuki theatre (歌舞伎) features highly-stylized dancing, singing and elaborate make-up worn by a predominately all-male cast. Musically, it highlights the Nagauta form (often associated with shamisen).In its earliest years, Kabuki used the Kouta and Kumiuta forms ("short song", and "suite of songs" forms), and was accompanied only by a single shamisen and a Noh hayashi group (bamboo flute.

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  7. Kizshura
    03.09.2019
    Kabuki was the national theatrical form in Japan during the Edo period () when present-day Tokyo, then Edo, was the political center of Japan. There was a great need for stability and isolation, which helped Japan to recover its unification during this time frame.

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  8. Zucage
    02.09.2019
    Music From The Kabuki soloist of japan EX Vinyl LP i Nykøbing F af pokemon_QDK Find gode priser på Verdensmusik. Køb og sælg nyt og brugt i verdensmusik, musik, soundtrack og .

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