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Katsuya Yokoyama - Zen - Katsuya Yokoyama Plays Classical Shakuhachi Masterworks FLAC album


Performer: Katsuya Yokoyama
Genre: Folk and World music
Title: Zen - Katsuya Yokoyama Plays Classical Shakuhachi Masterworks
Country: Germany
Released: 1982
Style: Folk
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This double album by the great Japanese shakuhachi master Katsuya Yokoyama was originally recorded in 1976 by RCA Records Japan, to be re-released in 1982 and again in 1998 by the German Wergo label. This is surely one of the most - if not the most - significant and impressive records by Yokoyama that has been distributed in the West. It is a collection of great masterworks for solo shakuhachi, except for the first piece on the first CD, "Shika No Tône," which is played in a duet with Katsuya's father (also a shakuhachi master and his first teacher) Ranpo Yokoyama

This double album by the great Japanese shakuhachi master Katsuya Yokoyama was originally recorded in 1976 by RCA Records Japan, to be re-released in 1982 and again in 1998 by the German Wergo label. It is a collection of great masterworks for solo shakuhachi, except for the first piece on the first CD, "Shika No Tône," which is played in a duet with Katsuya's father (also a shakuhachi master and his first teacher) Ranpo Yokoyama

Katsuya Yokoyama (横山 勝也 Yokoyama Katsuya, 2 Dec 1934 in Shizuoka, Japan – 21 April 2010) was an internationally renowned player and teacher of the shakuhachi, a traditional vertical bamboo flute of Japan. He was born in Shizuoka Prefecture in 1934 and studied Kinko-ryu and Azuma styles of music with his father, Rampo Yokoyama, and grandfather, Koson Yokoyama.

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Zen - Katsuya Yokoyama - 01. Zen - Katsuya Yokoyama - 02. Tracks Recorded. Katsuya Yokoyama Plays Shakuhachi - 1. Hon Shirabe. Shika no Tone Shakuhachi Koten Meikyoku Shusei - 1. Zen - Katsuya Yokoyama - 01. Hoshizukiyo. Tsukikusa no Yume; Fukuda Rando Shakuhachi Meikyoku Shu.

Katsuya Yokoyama is one of the greatest masters of the shakuhachi in Japan today. 24-page playing guide entitled: Practice, Technique & Notation. 22 classical honkyoku scores; sheet music is 11″ x 17″ format.

Zen: Katsuya Yokoyama Plays Classical Shakuhachi Masterworks. Released: January 1, 1988. 1. Shika No Toone (Der Ferne Ruf der Hirsche). 2. Tsuru No Sugomori (Die Nistenden Kraniche).

Tracklist

Shika No Toone (Der Ferne Ruf Der Hirsche) 8:29
Tsuru No Sugomori (Die Nistenden Kraniche) 9:12
Kumoi Jishi 3:03
San-An 6:05
Tamuke (Das Opfer) 4:14
Yamagoe (Der Gang Über Den Berg) 3:25
Honshirabe 4:07
Saga Ri Ha 3:07
Hi Fu Mi Hachi Kaeshi (Eins-Zwei-Drei, Gib Die Schale Zurück) 9:03
Azuma Jishi 2:04
San-Ya (Drei Täler) 5:58
Nezasa Shirabe 2:22
Daha 3:40
Shingetsu 6:02
Kokuu 10:28

Versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
SM 1033/34 Katsuya Yokoyama Zen - Katsuya Yokoyama Plays Classical Shakuhachi Masterworks ‎(2xLP, Album, RE) Wergo SM 1033/34 Germany 1982
SM 1033/34-50 Katsuya Yokoyama Zen - Katsuya Yokoyama Plays Classical Shakuhachi Masterworks ‎(2xCD) Wergo, Spectrum SM 1033/34-50 Germany 1988