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Various - 決定盤 日本民謡特選集 FLAC
  • Performer Various
  • Title 決定盤 日本民謡特選集
  • Date of release 1969
  • Country Japan
  • Style Min'yō
  • Label Columbia
  • Catalog number DLS 4147-9
  • Other formats 3 × Vinyl, LP, Compilation
  • Genre Folk
  • Size MP3 1464 mb
  • Size FLAC 2431 mb
  • Rating: 4.2
  • Votes: 112

Tracklist

1三階節
2津軽よされ節
3秋田甚句
4庄内おばこ
5会津磐梯山
6斎太郎節
7津軽じょんがら節
8さんさ時雨
9新庄節
10郡上節
11山中節
12小諸馬子唄
13津軽おはら節
14津軽山唄
15江差追分
16相馬二遍返し
17沢内甚句
18黒田節
19阿波踊り
20常盤炭坑節
21秋田おばこ
22磯節
23南部牛追唄
24秩父音頭
25銚子大漁節
26道南盆唄
27秋田馬方節
28からめ節
29秋田音頭
30佐渡おけさ
31最上川船唄
32越中おわら節
33よさこい節
34しゃんしゃん馬道中唄
35本庄追分
36相馬盆唄
37秋田船方節
38伊勢音頭
39ソーラン節
40塩釜甚句
41日光和楽踊り
42安来節

Companies

  • Made By – Nippon Columbia Co., Ltd.

Album

決定盤 北の演歌 大全集. Various Artists. 2011 - 24 songs. Listen free to Various Artists ゲッタバンバン. 作業用BGMド定番 日本のスカコア選集 A面スカコア. Oi Skall Mates-12-Mates Skall Nighter Woo. Full Album - Продолжительность: 26:44 Selassie McGrath Recommended for . Deutsch English UK English USA Español Français FR Français QCCA Bahasa Indonesia Italiano Nederlands polski Português BR Русский Türkçe Tiếng Việt 한국어 中文 简体 中文 繁體 日本語. 2020 Quizlet Inc. In 2011 they had their first album, Witch Hunt, professionally manufactured and distributed. Later the same year they signed a major label contract, making Ziyoou Record a sub-label of Sony Music Associated Records. They have since had four full-length major-label albums released and their music has been featured in the films Love Strikes, Sadako and Tokyo Ghoul 'S' and the television programs Spooky Romantics,. 把various添加到下面的一個詞彙表中或者創建一個新詞彙表 更多詞彙表. verifyErrors verifyErrors message. 長い間海外にいると猛烈に食べたくなるやつ 日本を代表するソウルフードはなんだろう あなたが支持するのはどれ ソウルフードはどれ . 未来へ無限に繋がっていく初音ミクの創作文化を体感できるイベント初音ミクマジカルミライ 2019のオフィシャルアルバムが発売決定 和田たけあき書き下ろしイベントテーマソングブレスユアブレス巡音ルカ10周年を記念した EasyPop書き下ろし楽曲Jump for Joyその他ライブで披露される予定の楽曲を収録した限定盤です . 8 out of 5 stars 64. このゲームには丸戸氏初期の作品ショコラパルフェを焼き直した部分が含まれている 末次町の駅舎高校の屋上北へ向かう列車ロッジ風のスキー宿. など場面設定はもちろん 人物もショコラ翠パルフェ里伽子の役割は雪菜に継承されており 個人的には3部作と言っても違和感がない 対峙する

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Review by Johan Wellens:

A stunning collection of an assorted auditory journey through the Japanese hinterland that features traditional instruments, stunning vocals in various dialects, complex rhythms and the passionate energy that has inspired people of all ages and origins. Like folk around the world, the Japanese traditionally sang themselves through their workday. If not lulling a child to sleep or singing for amusement, they used song to pace their work — be it threshing barley, rowing boats, or makingsake. Japanese folk music (min'yo) falls into three categories according to the situation the songs are sung and the function of the song: 1) labor folk songs dealing with rice-planting, grass-cutting, fishing, herding or other jobs; 2) songs sung as festivals, celebrations, weddings, bridal processions, New Years Day and other holidays; and 3) lullabies and other children songs. Rokyoku(storytelling) and ondo festival music. (Ondo is a generic term for folk songs that are often used to accompany the dances of the obon festival. During obon, it is said that the souls of ancestors return from the dead. Traditionally obon falls in the middle of July, but according to the modern calendar it falls in the middle of August. People return to their hometowns to visit their ancestors graves. At night they dance in a circle to comfort the souls. Today it is more of a form of entertainment during the summer evenings. Older dances used no instrumental accompaniment, instead a chorus of singers. Pieces from the Edo period use flute, drums, shamisen or cassette recordings. Dancers hold fans and with hand gestures, leg and arm movements in unison move in a circle around the musicians, who are often on a tower covered in a red and white cloth.) All of these styles are also sometimes regarded as folk music and get some coverage in this box set. Apart from Rokyoku, you get hit here with a vast array of rural folk art. However, the real meaning and spirit of min'yo, is believed to have somehow gotten lost during the Meiji period of modernization in Japan in the second half of the 19th century. The government strove hard to root out traditional culture, deemed not suitable for a western style nation. Many min'yo songs were re-written and only government-approved min'yo came to be recorded or played on the radio. Pockets of true min'yo survived however in rural regions and some flashes of those traditions are preserved here. Stunning collection of rural folk music for your pleasure, I for one am totally addicted to this stuff.