2 edition of Etenraku (The upper cloud music), for carillon or piano. found in the catalog.
Etenraku (The upper cloud music), for carillon or piano.
Conrad De Jong
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5. Etenraku (tôgaku, hyôjô mode, kangen) ‘Etenraku’ in hyôjô mode (in E) is certainly the most popular piece of the kangen ensemble. The music is in three sections. If we identify each section as a, b, c, the most common performance of this work would be: aabbcc aabb; an abbreviated version, aabb, is performed on this recording. Spec Book Manual Shop The ETEK line has always stood for durability and reliability. Now in its 5th generation, the New ETEK5 holds true to those same basic principles. It utilizes the finest materials wrapped up in a package that offers outstanding performance, class-leading ergonomics and an array of features that make it a formidable.
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Etenraku (越天楽, literally music brought from heaven) is a Japanese gagaku melody and dance. It is usually played with a hichiriki or ryūteki, and is accompanied by other traditional instruments such as the shō, koto and kakko.
History. The origin of Etenraku is not fully known. There are theories that the melody was created in Japan, but others believe that it is from Khotan, a. Check out Etenraku by Kyoto Imperial Court Music Orchestra on Amazon Music.
Stream ad-free or purchase CD's and MP3s now on Other articles where Etenraku is discussed: Japanese music: Tonal system: A few pieces, such as Etenraku, are found in more than one tonality.
Although set in two ritsu tonalities (hyōjō and banshiki), it is obvious from that example that the piece, which is a “crossover” (watashimono), is.
Genre/Form: Scores: Additional Physical Format: Print version: Konoe, Hidemaro, Etenraku. [Tokoyo]: [Ongaku-no Tomo Sha], [©] (OCoLC) Genre/Form: Scores: Additional Physical Format: Online version: Konoye, Hidemaro, Etenraku.
[Tokoyo: Ongaku-no Tomo Sha, ©] (OCoLC) Both albums present the famous Etenraku, but the version here is unique, in that "the instruments of the ensemble drop out as the piece progresses" (from the album notes), so that only the sŏ (sŏ-no-koto or koto) remains at the end.
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Japanese music - Japanese music - Tonal system: By studying a combination of sources—Buddhist music-theory tomes, part books, and present-day performance practice—one can understand many of the basic principles upon which ancient Japanese music was founded.
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"MOJ A 87": intended for microfilm. LC copy from Naimushō Keihokyoku censorship collection; classified as "fūzoku" and banned. to Asian Division ye18. Etenraku exists in three modes – hyojo being the most common, the others rarely played – but there is a debate as to which was the original.
These are considered essentially three different pieces, rather than transpositions of the same, as the melodic .Book/Printed Material Sōsakushū etenraku 創作集越天樂 / | Ettenraku Title from title piece mounted on cover.
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