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The Art of the Japanese Koto, Shakuhachi & Shamisen

Yamato Ensemble

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1.1
Shin Musume Dojoji
Yamato Ensemble
17:08
1.2
Tsuru no Sugomori
Yamato Ensemble
9:12
1.3
Yuki
Yamato Ensemble
13:28
1.4
Hoshun
Yamato Ensemble
8:57
1.5
Shikyoku Ichiban (Poeme I pour shakuhachi et koto)
Yamato Ensemble
13:07
1.6
Ryukyu Minyo ni yoru Kumikyoku
Yamato Ensemble
13:11
Digital Booklet
Total Playing Time    75:03
This album contains a selection of old and new Japanese chamber music performed by the Yamato Ensemble, consisting of Aiko Hasegawa, Kikuko Satoh, Richard Stagg and Makoto Hasegawa.
44.1 kHz / 24-bit PCM – ARC Studio Masters

Recorded at: Sound Area, Yamato, Japan, and MARS, Bellingdon, Nr. Chesham, UK
Sound engineers: Naoki Hagiwara and Martyn Atkinson
Mastering: Diz Heller
Liner notes: Richard Stagg and Makoto Hasegawa
Cover design: Sarah Ash
Japanese script on cover: Richard Stagg
Photographs: Hibino Narihiko / Takeshi Ikeda / Syuhei Hirose
Typesetting/layout: Sarah Ash

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