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Little bit of visuals from WSF12 in Kyoto
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PostPosted: 2012-06-08, 16:07    Post subject: Little bit of visuals from WSF12 in Kyoto Reply with quote

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Kiku Day wrote:

...Here is a photo of how it looks when I play the monster:





Did this play with traditional shakuhachi tuning? It looks like the lowest hole is almost halfway up the tube, meaning the Tsu would be way sharp.
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PostPosted: 2012-06-08, 22:15    Post subject: Little bit of visuals from WSF12 in Kyoto Reply with quote

It only had one hole and one could therefore only play ro and re on it. So no traditional tuning. Smile
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PostPosted: 2012-06-09, 00:56    Post subject: Little bit of visuals from WSF12 in Kyoto Reply with quote

And it was very difficult to get the otsu register. Kan and dai kan were easy.
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PostPosted: 2012-06-09, 18:32    Post subject: Little bit of visuals from WSF12 in Kyoto Reply with quote

Brian Tairaku Ritchie wrote:
And it was very difficult to get the otsu register. Kan and dai kan were easy.


This is a common occurrence on flutes that are too long for the diameter.
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PostPosted: 2012-06-10, 08:37    Post subject: Little bit of visuals from WSF12 in Kyoto Reply with quote

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There were some attentive listeners when I tried them out (playing Choshi and Murasaki Reibo) including a very cute little old lady who was rapt. Shimura Sensei noticed this and introduced her to me as Genpu's daughter. She was very happy that the flutes were getting a workout.


An extra-special dialogue with Genpo ... across the generations and the centuries.
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PostPosted: 2012-06-10, 08:40    Post subject: Little bit of visuals from WSF12 in Kyoto Reply with quote

Kiku Day wrote:
It only had one hole and one could therefore only play ro and re on it. So no traditional tuning. Smile


But you do have Ro and Re? ... Then you can "just" fill in the spaces.

Can you get much more ZEN than that?
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