Various - NHK Transcription Programme (No. 147) - Traditional Japanese Music - Scenes Of Natural Beauty (Vinyl, LP)


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  1. Jul 31,  · NHK World is an international broadcasting service of Japan’s public broadcaster, birddelodlinanhuyflunimimmaygbokvis.coinfo the purpose of spreading Japanese music to an international audience the weekly television show, J-MELO was created in Every year, J-MELO carries out a survey on international Japanese music fans, asking them various questions.
  2. Her performances stress the formal elegance combined with an inherent restlessness in No. 1 in C Major as well as the fragile beauty of No. 13 in F-sharp, a dreamy nocturne in all but name. No. 6 in B minor, marked Lento assai, evokes a cello in the pianist's left hand, while No. 17 in A-flat minor is given a wonderfully luminescent treatment.
  3. NHK WORLD will broadcast their event "Songs of Tokyo" on January 1st and 2nd, If you're interested in the contemporary Japanese music scene, read on to find out the artist lineup and a few reasons why you shouldn't miss out this broadcast!
  4. From traditional to cutting edge, we explore Japanese designs that are literally shaping our lives. program picks-of-the-week on NHK WORLD-JAPAN! Japan's exciting music scene.
  5. NHK電子音楽スタジオ (NHK Electronic Music Studio) was founded in on the model of the Nordwestdeutscher Rundfunk studio in Cologne, Germany. The first musical work by a composer seems to be that of Toshiro Mayuzumi from Music for sine-waves by proportion of Prime numbers, Music for modulated waves by proportion of Prime numbers, and.
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