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#1 2011-02-20 13:28:22

Michael A. Firman
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Kamon by K. Yoshizaki

Hi all,

Is anyone familiar with the piece Kamon by K. Yoshizaki? I have the score, it's
a piece, probably in the Tozan repertoire, for shakuhachi and Koto. I've never
heard it so I was wondering if anyone knew of a recording (I've googled a bit
but came up with nothing). It's rather modern (probably late 20th century). If
anyone knows about the composer I would also like to hear some information
about him.

Thanks in advance,
Michael A. Firman


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#2 2011-02-20 20:59:24

Rick Riekert
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Re: Kamon by K. Yoshizaki

Michael, I have a nicely played version on the CD "Japan Dreaming" by the group Itotake. The liner notes say Kamon is part 3 of Yoshizaki's "Festival Series" written in the mid 1980s. Parts 1 & 2 called "Matsurika" are also on the CD.

http://www.amazon.com/exec/obidos/ASIN/ … kotonokoto

Last edited by Rick Riekert (2011-02-20 21:00:11)


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#3 2011-02-20 21:14:21

Michael A. Firman
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Re: Kamon by K. Yoshizaki

Rick Riekert wrote:

Michael, I have a nicely played version on the CD "Japan Dreaming" by the group Itotake. The liner notes say Kamon is part 3 of Yoshizaki's "Festival Series" written in the mid 1980s. Parts 1 & 2 called "Matsurika" are also on the CD.

http://www.amazon.com/exec/obidos/ASIN/ … kotonokoto

Thanks. This is rather humorous since I have the two other pieces Matsurika and Matsurika II which I didn't know were
related at all. I'll look for the CD.

Again thanks,


Michael A. Firman
Naperville IL USA

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