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Izutsu 11 - Ayuo* - Izutsu (CD, Album)

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  1. 5 songs from Ayuo's newly released CD "Outside Society" will also be performed, which has a strong influence from medieval music and psychedelic folk. The Bassist, Takuyuki Moriya, and the Drummer Junzo Tateiwa were both members of Ghost, a Japanese psychedelic rock band that toured the US and Europe with many albums released from the Chicago.
  2. Izutsu steht für. das Izutsu-beya, einen Ringerstall (heya) im japanischen SumōIzutsu ist der Familienname folgender Personen. Kazuyuki Izutsu (* ), japanischer Regisseur; Izutsu Toshihiko (–), japanischer Islamwissenschaftler und Philosoph.
  3. The first Tzadik album, Izutsu has calmly evolving semi-classical eastern music with lots of more exotic instruments, like celtic harp, sitar-guitar,.. and is highly original acoustic music. It has lots of texts by filosophers and great thinkers from Japan, Middle East, the West.
  4. Album was composed by Акио Идзутцу and was released on March 07, Soundtrack consists of 25 tracks tracks with duration over more than hour. Album was released by Anchor Records. Tracks preview provided by iTunes.
  5. Oct 03,  · Ayuo (Celtic Harp) and Makiko Sakurai (Vocals) plays Ayuo's composition "Izutsu",, with text based on a Noh play by medieval Japanese playwright, Zeami. Studio recorded version released in .
  6. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the CD release of Izutsu on Discogs. Label: Tzadik - TZ • Series: New Japan - TZ • Format: CD Album • Country: US • Genre: Electronic, Jazz, Rock • Style: Avantgarde, Experimental, Ambient/5(13).
  7. AYOU - Izutsu - agakelvmarijurusandromadar.xyzinfo Music. Skip to main content. Try Prime Hello, Sign in. Account & Lists Account Sign in Account & Lists Returns & Orders. Try Prime Cart. CDs & Vinyl Go Search Hello /5(4).
  8. Sep 02,  · I feel compelled to preface this commentary by noting that I have only ever read two Nō dramas, Ama (The Diver) and Izutsu (The Well-Cradle), both translated by Royall Tyler and found in his collection Japanese Nō Dramas (Penguin Classics).I read both in the past four days (Ama once, Izutsu three times).My interest in the form comes from Ayuo’s gorgeous album Izutsu, which adapts the .
  9. All composed by Ayuo Words: an ancient Shomyo chant (1); a poem from the ancient poetry anthology Manyoshu (2); by Ayuo, based on a poem by Li Po (3); and from Zeami's Noh play Izutsu (Izutsu). Ayuo: Celtic harp (1, 3, Izutsu), hurdy-gurdy (1, Izutsu), sitar-guitar (1, 3, Izutsu), Dharma-Vina (2), psaltery (Izutsu).

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