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I have an article in the latest issue of the European Shakuhachi Society Newsletter, Volume 3, 2014, entitled Reflections on the Yokoyama Katsuya Memorial Festival, which was an event held last August commemorating the first international shakuhachi festival, which was held 20 years ago in Bisei town , Okayama prefecture, Japan, and another article in the previous ESS Newsletter, Volume 2, entitled Looking Back At the World Shakuhachi Festival in Kyoto 2012, which is basically a summary of an originally much longer article where I interviewed 23 shakuhachi players living in Japan and who attended WSF 2012 regarding their views on that event. If you happen to be interested in these kind of events please have a look. Shakuhachi master player Furuya Teruo also has quite an interesting account of how he started studying shakuhachi with Yokoyama sensei in Volume 3 of the ESS Newsletter. _________________ "Life is a train of moods like a string of beads, and as we pass through them they prove to be many-colored lenses which paint the world their own hue, and each shows only what lies in its focus" Emerson