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Genroku-hanami-Odori - Various - Souvenir Of Japan - Songs And Melodies, Popular And Classical (Vinyl, LP)

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  6. Japan Preserves Ancient Asian Music Around the world, the koto and shakuhachi are known as typical Japanese instruments. And the theatrical forms of classical Noh, Kabuki and the Bunraku puppet theater, all forms where music plays a very important part, have international fame as well.
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  9. Nagauta is a genre of the traditional music of Japan for voice with shamisen which developed during Edo Period chiefly as an accompaniment for Kabuki dance. The original piece is a very lively one describing the merriment of cherry-blossoms viewing at Ueno hill (present Ueno Park in Tokyo, a famous cherry- blossoms viewing place) in the Genroku.

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