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The Art of the Shakuhachi, Vol. 1

Kifu Mitsuhashi Audio CD

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This recording is the first in a series documenting the art of the shakuhachi, performed by one of Japans foremost performers, Kifu Mitsuhashi. The shakuhachi is a bamboo endblown flute with four finger holes in the front and one in the back. Although it is a very unpretentious instrument, a skilled player can produce an astounding number of pitches and a nearly infinite variety of timbres and shadings. The sounds heard in the most traditional shakuhachi music (honkyoku, literally basic or original) are usually not so much melodies in the Western sense of the word as they are a carefully composed series of short motives, phrases, and pitch cells played in a highly flexible rhythm and sometimes seperated by long rests. Many varieties of grace notes, portamenti, pitch blending, explosive bursts of air, flutter tonguing, finger tremolos, vibrato and much else charge each pitch or phrase with great intensity and musical meaning. Although the pieces recorded on this CD are all of solo shakuhachi music, the instrument is also frequently featured in ensembles. The oldest known ancestor of the shakuhachi is the gagaku (court music) shakuhachi imported to Japan from China or Korea. These somewhat slender instruments, made either from bamboo or from jade, stone, or ivory, are in three sections. They have six finger holes and we apparently used in court ensemble music. The exact nature of the music played on these instruments remains unclear; after the 10th century the shakuhachi was rarely used in the gagaku ensemble. Early types of shakuhachilike flutes had commonly been played by mendicant priests and monks. Somewhat later, the shakuhachi also became a favorite instrument of the beggarmonks known as komuso. They thought of themselves not as mere musicians or entertainers; instead they regarded their activity as a form of the Zen practice, suizen (blowing meditation). The pieces that they played, the honkyoku, were designed to allow them to achieve Buddhist enlightenment. Among the most important komuso musicians was Kinko Kurosawa (1710-1771). Born into a Kyushu samurai family, he joined the Fuke sect, and in Edo, taught shakuhachi and collected, edited, and notated some thirty Fuke pieces. In addition, he or his son added the important three traditional pieces that even today form the core of the standard Fuke shakuhachi repertory. He also continued to make improvments to the instrument turning it into the modern shakuhachi. His school or style of shakuhachi (the Kinko School) eventuallly became one of the two major schools of shakuhachi playing in Japan today (the other is the later Tozan school, founded by Tozan Nakao, 1876-1956). Booklet annotation is provided by Associate Professor Gerald Groemer of Yamanashi University, Kofu, Japan.

Biographie der Mitwirkenden

Born in Tokyo in 1950, Kifu Mitsuhashi studied Kinkoschool shakuhachi with Sofu Sasaki and the classical honkyoku repertoire of the Fuke school with Chikugai Okamoto. He was awarded the Prize for Excellence by the Agency for Cultural Affairs for his first recital (1980) and the Arts Festival Prize by the same agency for his 1989 solo recital. He was awared the Osaka Cultural Festival Prize in 1981, the 10th Nakajima Kenzo Music Prize in 1992, the Arts Festival Works Prize for his CD of works by Makoto Moroi, Chikurin Kitan, and the Yokohama Cultural Encouragement Award. He traveled to Europe as a soloist with the Tokyo Philharmonia in 1994, gaining high acclaim for performances in venues such as the London Festival Hall. He has also become active as a producer, organising events at the Serbia Expo and Festival Asia. He has given 77 recitals to date overseas, and twenty in Tokyo alone. He holds the qualification of shihan (master) in the Kinko school, and runs his own group for shakuhachi perfomance, the Kifu Kai.

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