O-Suwa-Daiko – Japanese Drums. Label: Philips – 6586 029. Series: UNESCO Collection of Traditional Music of the World –, Musical Sources – III-1. Format: Vinyl, LP, Album. Country: Netherlands. Directed By – Oguchi Daihachi. Ensemble – O-Suwa-Daiko. Liner Notes – Iyori Takei. Producer – Alain Daniélou. Producer – Jacques Cloarec.
The original LP came out before the flood in the 1980s from the two most popular Japanese percussions groups, Kodo and Ondekoza. The O-Suwa-Daiko was originally a percussion ensemble affiliated to a Shinto temple (Shinto being the native religion of Japan) from the region of Suwa, surrounding a lake also called Suwa, not that far from Nagano. The ensemble was used in ceremonials, rituals, and festivals, as well as during wars. A typical style of music has been created, the kagura, as well as dances which were accompanied by the percussions
Japan: O-Suwa-Daiko Drums. Released by Smithsonian Folkways Recordings, Auvidis-UNESCO Mar 2015 7 Tracks. Japan: O-Suwa-Daiko Drums is a English album released on Mar 2015. Japan: O-Suwa-Daiko Drums Album has 7 songs sung by Ensemble O-Suwa-Daiko, under the direction of Oguchi Daihachi. Listen to all songs in high quality & download Japan: O-Suwa-Daiko Drums songs on Gaana. attr("src", $('. de tp.
Wadaiko Matsuriza - Kabuki Gomen - Jyo. 4 years ago 4 years ago. kabuki Gomen.
I think that Japanese Taiko drumming might be described as the musical equivalent of black and white photography. It sets aside all the flash of melody and instrumentation and the explicit narrative of lyrics - all the color. All they leave is the interplay of echoes and silence and tempo achieved with whacking a drum with a stick. DISCLAIMER: One track on this album is five minutes of shamisen music, and another track has some singing.
Wadaiko Matsuriza - Kabuki Gomen-Jyo 5:50. cc/home Thanks for watching/listening!
|A3||Ama-No-Naru Tatsu-O Dai-Kagura||6:30|
|B1||Suwa Onbashira Kiyari-Taiko||8:27|
- Directed By – Oguchi Daihachi*
- Drums, Ensemble – O-Suwa-Daiko
- Liner Notes – Iyori Takei
- Producer [General Editor] – Alain Daniélou
- Producer [Production Assistance] – Jacques Cloarec
NotesThe Language of Rhythm.
Recordings by Sound Craft Inc., Tokyo.
UNESCO Collection "Musical Sources" edited for the International Music Council by the International Isntitute for Comparative Music Studies and Documentation, Berlin/Venice.
|6586 029||O-Suwa-Daiko||Japanese Drums (LP, Album)||Philips||6586 029||Netherlands||1978|
|D 8030||O-Suwa-Daiko Ensemble*||Japan, O-Suwa-Daiko Drums (CD, Album, RE)||Auvidis||D 8030||France||1990|
|DSM 029||O-Suwa-Daiko||Japanese Drums (LP, Album, RE)||Grem||DSM 029||France||1984|