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  1. Zen Music with Ancient Shakuhachi - Disc 2. The first recording of its kind, John Singer performs 16 Zen Buddhist pieces using 11 ancient and rare Edo and Meiji period instruments. (Disc 2) Zen Shakuhachi Duets. Master shakuhachi musicians John Singer and Mizuno Kohmei perform seven of the rare Kinko Ryu honkyoku duets.
  2. Reibo, along with San'ya, is a title found widely in each school of shakuhachi playing. Concerning this title please consult the section on Reibo in "Commonly Used Titles." The Nagashi in the title refers to the practice of priests wandering about (nagashi) and playing the flute while soliciting their daily rice. 2. Structure of the piece.
  3. This is one of the many well-known versions of "Reibo" (the Passing of the Bell. which is perhaps the most famous of all honkyoku. It is played in honor of the "founder" of the Zen tradition of the shakuhachi, the legendary monk Fuke Zenji, who is said to have always rung a small bell in one hand while he walked or played shakuhachi.
  4. Oct 09,  · This is lesson 2 in the "Play Along with John" series created by Master Shakuhachi flutist and teacher John Singer, to be used by Shakuhachi beginners as .
  5. Sep 17,  · Nagashi reibo (Wandering and Yearning for the Bell) Riley Lee, Shakuhachi Recorded on 24 and 26 July at the National Acoustics Laboratory, .
  6. The shakuhachi flute is used as a tool for zen Buddhist meditation as well as playing classical, jazz & traditional Japanese folk music. All shakuhachi are made with energy produced on an independent home power system utilizing solar and hydro-electricity. This web site is being brought to you by the sun and the rain. Rare Vintage Aoki.
  7. The shakuhachi actually measures one shaku(尺) and hachi(八, eight) sun. However, the shakuhachi soon disappeared in China after its introduction into Japan. Playing the instrument was designated as blowing Zen, suizen (吹禅),which acted as an alternative to zazen (sitting meditation of Zen) and mantra chanting in ordinary Zen meditation.
  8. Chiku-Shin Shakuhachi are made using traditional tools, materials, and measuring formulas. The bamboo used is high quality madake harvested in Japan. Both Jiari and Ji nashi Shakuhachi Generally tuned to a pitch between and

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