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#1 2008-09-05 22:11:35

Moran from Planet X
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Looking for nohkan teacher

Looking for nohkan teacher in L.A. area. Also looking for more info in english about it. Or contacts with anyone via email about the instrument. (I have already have seen http://www.asahi-net.or.jp/~DL1S-YMGC/nohkan-e.htm). The Japanese language videos that Gishin mentions elsewhere on the forum are very nice.

Last edited by Chris Moran (2008-09-05 22:14:18)


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#2 2008-09-06 01:18:33

Jeff Cairns
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Re: Looking for nohkan teacher

Hi Chris,
You might contact the Toronto based flutist Ron Korb at www.ronkorb.com
He studied ryuteki here in Japan and may be able to give you some info or direction.
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#3 2008-09-19 01:44:52

jps
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Re: Looking for nohkan teacher

He lives in New York but you could try contacting Kaoru Watanabe (http://www.watanabekaoru.com/).
He has studied some Nohkan in Japan.  He played in Kodo for several years, primarily as a flute player -- including some Nohkan -- but also played taiko.
Check out Tsukiyono off of Kodo's Prism Rhythm CD it's great.

I have recently begun studying shinobue with him.  He is a great player and a nice guy.

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