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Ancient Soundscapes Reborn: Japanese Gagaku and Hogaku Concert (Miller Theater, 3/29, 4pm)

Event Start: 
Sun, 03/29/2015 - 4:00pm
Location: 
Miller Theater (116th St. and Broadway)

Come Celebrate the 10th Anniversary of
Glories of the Japanese Music Heritage

ANCIENT SOUNDSCAPES REBORN

Sacred Court Music (Gagaku)
and
Secular Art Music (Hogaku)

Sunday, March 29, 2015 at 4:00PM
Miller Theatre, Columbia University
(116th Street & Broadway)

The concert is free and open to the public,
but please register online from our web site,
www.medievaljapanesestudies.org

Full Program (pdf)


Part I: Treasuring the Past and Enriching the Present

Hyojo no netori
(Prelude Mode)
Etenraku
(Music of the Divine Heavens)

Kashin
(Glorious Days)

Rokunshi
(Celebrating a Rebirth Milestone)

Ichikotsucho no netori
(Prelude Mode)
Karyobin no kyu
(Birds from Paradise - Finale)


Part II: Transforming the Future for Japanese Heritage Instruments

John Kaizan Neptune
Five and Thirteen are Prime Numbers for koto and shakuhachi (1983)

John Cage
Ryoanji for hichiriki and percussion (1983)

Takeshi Sasamoto
Yaha for Shosoin shakuhachi (2014)

Toshi Ichiyanagi
Transfiguration of the Moon for sho and violin (1988)


Featuring renowned Japanese Gagaku musicians and New York-based early Japanese instrumentalists, with the Columbia Gagaku Instrumental Ensemble

Performing Artists: Bronwen Kar Cheung Chan, Masayo Ishigure, Joshua Mailman, Mayumi Miura,  Hitomi Nakamura, Thomas Piercy, Takeshi Sasamoto, James Nyoraku Schlefer, Sean Statser, Columbia Gagaku Instrumental Ensemble of New York

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