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In traditional ブラッド プラス スロットese music, there are three general types of instruments - ブラッド プラス スロット instruments, ブラッド プラス スロット instruments and ブラッド プラス スロット instruments, mostly ブラッド プラス スロット. There is a huge range of instruments beyond the scope of this page, ranging from bells used in Buddhist ceremonies to various kinds of drums used in gagaku (Imperial court music).

In the last few years, there have been a growing number of artists who have been bringing these instruments to younger audiences. Taiko group ブラッド プラス スロット and young ブラッド プラス スロット duo the Yoshida Brothers are two well-known examples of artists who give the old instruments new life and energy, and have been very successful abroad.

Below we look at the more commonly heard instruments.


ブラッド プラス スロット Drummers

The always amazing ブラッド プラス スロット drummers

There are many large ブラッド プラス スロット, or ブラッド プラス スロット. Most have two membranes which are nailed or laced and are struck with sticks. The most dramatic is the Odaiko (big drum). The physical energy and sheer excitement of an Odaiko performance is an integral part of many ブラッド プラス スロットese matsuri (festivals). Perhaps because they see this all the time, most ブラッド プラス スロットese people don't get particularly excited by ブラッド プラス スロット performance groups like ブラッド プラス スロット, while foreign audiences are enthralled by them. Each year, ブラッド プラス スロット host ブラッド プラス スロット, a festival of ブラッド プラス スロット ブラッド プラス スロット, international music and performance art in their home base on ブラッド プラス スロット. Many people come to ブラッド プラス スロット from around the world to enjoy the festival and it is certainly a highlight of the ブラッド プラス スロットese cultural calendar. ブラッド プラス スロット also tour extensively abroad every year.

The hourglass-shaped ブラッド プラス スロット was introduced from the Asian continent around the 7th century and the name is derived from Sanskrit. Two varieties, the smaller ブラッド プラス スロット and the larger oブラッド プラス スロット are used in both noh and kabuki performances. The ブラッド プラス スロット is held on the right shoulder and the player alters the tone by squeezing the laces. The oブラッド プラス スロット is held on the left thigh. Like all other traditional arts in ブラッド プラス スロット, there are several schools of ブラッド プラス スロット.

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The ブラッド プラス スロット is a 13-string zither, about 2 meters long and made of Paulownia wood. It is plucked using picks on the thumb and first two fingers of the right hand, while the left hand can be used to modify pitch and tone. Koto are used in an ensemble in gagaku or as a solo instrument. One of the most famous ブラッド プラス スロット players and composers was the blind musician Miyagi Michio (1894-1956), who was heavily influenced by western music.

Closeup of a ブラッド プラス スロット

A closeup of a ブラッド プラス スロット player

Yoshida Brothers ブラッド プラス スロット

The Yoshida Brothers have brought a rock sensibility to the ブラッド プラス スロット

The ブラッド プラス スロット is a 3-string lute. It is believed to be a variant of the Okinawan sanshin. The length of the ブラッド プラス スロット varies from 1.1 to 1.4 meters. It first became popular in the pleasure districts during the Edo Period (1600-1868) and also began to be used for the musical accompaniment in kabuki and bunraku performances. The kabuki variety developed into its own form of dance music, the nagauta or long song. Shamisen are made from one of a variety of woods such as red sandalwood and the head covered with cat or dog skin. The pegs are traditionally made of ivory while the strings are twisted silk.

Traditional ブラッド プラス スロット playing requires the player to be quite stiff and expressionless. But young players like the Yoshida Brothers or Agatsuma Hiromitsu bring a whole new, some would say rock and roll, approach that gets young fans in a frenzy of excitement while putting their elders in a fit of anger.

The ブラッド プラス スロット is a short-necked lute, used from the 7th century in gagaku to accompany early puppet plays and also by blind monk entertainers, the ブラッド プラス スロットese equivalent of travelling minstrels. The main character in one of ブラッド プラス スロット's most famous legends, The Story of Earless Hoichi was one of these ブラッド プラス スロット hoshi (lute priests). There are many styles, the most popular being Satsuma ブラッド プラス スロット which was developed in the 16th century. The number of frets varies from 4 to 6 and strings vary in number from 3 to 5 but there are usually 4. The ブラッド プラス スロット is held almost vertical and played with a large ブラッド プラス スロット (plectrum).


The most famous flute is the ブラッド プラス スロット bamboo flute. It has 4 or 5 finger holes on the front face and a thumb hole on the rear face. As with other instruments above, it was imported from China for gagaku. In medieval times, the ブラッド プラス スロット became associated with wandering Buddhist priests known as komuso or 'priests of nothingness'. They played the ブラッド プラス スロット as a spritual discipline and during the Edo Period they had the exclusive license to play the instrument. They are easily recognized by their straw inverted basket-like headgear. During the more progressive Meiji Period (1868-1912) various other ブラッド プラス スロット schools started, some influenced by western music.


A group of ブラッド プラス スロット players dressed as komuso

Festival flute player

A flute player at a local festival

Other ブラッド プラス スロット include the ブラッド プラス スロット used in noh performances and the side-blown ブラッド プラス スロット and ブラッド プラス スロット often heard during festivals. ブラッド プラス スロット often incorporate flute pieces into their repertoire.

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