Gojinjo - Daiko - Various - Matsuri - Traditional Japanese Percussion Music (CD)
Label: Mariposa - MPCD 3018 • Format: CD • Country: Germany • Genre: Folk, World, & Country •
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Taiko Music CD. This section is a joke. Accessed April 9, " which is a personal page. "Gojinjo Daiko: The History, the Tradition, the Spectacle. May 15, Accessed March 4, " is and is a personal essay it seems. the chapter on Japan of the Percussion instruments and their history by James Blade. p Historical.
Gojinjo-daiko (御陣乗太鼓) is a Japanese drum which has been selected as part of Wajima City’s cultural heritage () and an Ishikawa Prefecture’s intangible cultural heritage ().
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Mar 18, · Gojinjo daiko commemorate the day when villagers in Nabunemachi in Ishikawa Prefecture used crude and frightening masks made of tree bark and seaweed dangling from their heads and beat the taiko.
Dec 24, · Beautiful Japanese music about cherry blossoms and ancient temples. This relaxing music I composed is called Cherry Blossoms. I hope you enjoy listening to it!
Shinto Music: The indigenous Japanese Shinto religion ("the way of the gods") is celebrated through chanting and dancing ritual music called “kagura” (神楽, “god music” or “shrine music”), but kagura can also refer to taiko drum ensemble music "for the gods" (See Eitetsu Hayashi, Ondekoza).Shinto rituals primarily surround shrine blessings or purification rites.
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