Posted: 2016-06-09, 13:24 Post subject: Hitoyogiri notation?
Hi, I'm very glad to see that there is a shakuchi player who is interested in Hitoyogiri.一節切 I'm a Kinko-style player, and Hitoyogiri reseacher and player, too. I've studied Hitoyogiri for many years. I have two authentic old Hitoyogiri that dete back to Edo-period (before about 300 years ago). Hitoyogiri's notation is basically following. フホウエヤリヒ上 フfu:A(A4) ホho:B ウu エe:E ヤya:F♯(Fis) リri:A ヒhi:B(B5) 上jyo:D(D6), and チchi:A(A5) Hitoyogiri has five holes , 4 holes at the front, 1 holes at back. I made the Hitoyogiri text. Please visit my website. http://www.dental.gr.jp/bmbnt/bamboo223.htm Thanks. Kishi Kiyokazu , Japan _________________ I run Shakuhachi-playing-study-group(尺八吹奏研究会）. I have been studying the shakuhachi and published a text book [尺八吹奏法Ⅱ］. I wish to share with pleasure of playing the shakuhachi with all of the ESS members.