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Rodrigo Rodriguez
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PostPosted: 2012-03-06, 00:32    Post subject: Traditional and Modern Pieces - Shakuhachi - Reply with quote

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Dear Shakuhachi community,

I am happy to share my new Shakuhachi album, released the past 29 of february.

This album I recorded in Spain, where I performed pieces like Sagari ha from Nezasa Ha school, Shika no Toneh (duet with Justin Senryu), Honshirabe
and many others original compositions, with the concept of "Mu-Ryu", school founded by my teacher Miyata Kohachiro in the 70s.

For Listen some tracks on youtube:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=glB7cOuxeJY&list=UUAbkc1v9Mg_D8NtZfbk1C7…

With warms regards,

Keep blowing.

Rodrigo
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PostPosted: 2012-03-06, 07:13    Post subject: Traditional and Modern Pieces - Shakuhachi - Reply with quote

Hi Rodrigo

This sounds wonderful!
Congratulations!
Great to hear your teacher is Miyata Kohachiro. Clive Bell, who is a wonderful player as well is a Miyata student.

I'd really like to hear more about Miyata Kohachiro. Would you share some stories and tell about him?
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PostPosted: 2012-03-06, 15:46    Post subject: Traditional and Modern Pieces - Shakuhachi - Reply with quote

Hello Kiku,

Thank you for your messege!

Yes of course, I can explain some basics concepts about "Mu-ryu".

Kohachiro Miyata he studied shakuhachi from Horii Kojiro, was many rumors that he was a self thaugh but this is not true.
Actually I updated this information to the Komuso.com after he explained me.
When he was teeneger he played Trumpet with the School Orchestra, becouse of the loudness sound of trumpet he decided to quit and choose other
instrument, so he found the Shakuhachi have a moderate volumen, perfect for practice in his house and not bothering some much to neighbors.


Mu-ryu means Not belong to any school, or beyond Tozan and Kinko tradition.
He is a 7 holes shakuhachi player for his modern music, and ensemble for Koto and Shakuhachi, but also he plays 5 holes.

Miyata sensei have such a great heart and this is reflected in his music compositions and playing, I feel really lucky to have my shakuhachi trainning with him in Tokyo.


My purpose in this new album is collect both educational background I studied, from the Kenshunkan school and Mu-ryu.

For more details about tracklisting: http://itunes.apple.com/us/album/traditional-modern-pieces/id505576793


I hope this information is helpful Kiku san.

With warms regards,

Rodrigo
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