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  • Singer: Michio Miyagi
  • Album: Koto Music
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Michio Miyagi - Koto Music mp3 flac

Michio Miyagi (宮城 道雄 Miyagi Michio, April 7, 1894 – June 25, 1956) was a Japanese musician, famous for his so playing. He lost his sight in 1902, when he was 8 years old, and started his study in koto under the guidance of Nakajima Kengyo II, dedicating the rest of his life to the instrument. In 1907 he moved with his family to Incheon, in southern Korea. When he was 14 years old, in 1909 he finished his first composition, Mizu no Hentai

Michio Miyagi (April 7, 1894, Kobe, Japan - June 25, 1956, Osaka) was a Japanese composer and a koto performer. Miyagi revolutionized koto music with new playing and compostional techniques, and is now considered as the father of modern koto music. Miyagi composed more than 350 works, the majority of them for the koto, including compositions for children, large-scale works including koto concerti with Western orchestras. Miyagi invented the jushichigen, an 80-string koto, the dai-kokyu and tan-goto.

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Haru No Umi, Michio Miyagi No Koto.

Details about the Japanese music recording: Koto Music - Tadao Sawai Plays Michio Miyagi. Information may include sound snippets, track names, performers and other details. Sawai plays Miyagi, the most famous of all composers for the koto. Sawai Tadao Playasound - PS 65180.

Tadao and Kazue Sawai play pieces by the Japanese master of koto - Michio Miyagi.

The koto performer, composer, and educator Michio Miyagi (1894-1956) is considered the father of modern koto. He was named the Mozart of koto because of his amazing skill and the Japanese Schubert for his lyrical melodies. He modernized the playing of the koto, developing new playing and composition techniques and inventing new instruments, among which the best-known is the jushichigen, the 17-stringed bass koto. Sawai dedicated this CD to the music of this great star that Miyagi was. He offers a series of the best of Miyagi's compositions for koto solo and koto duo. You are in for a treat: a great master performed by another great master.

Tracklist

A Kazoeuta - Hensokyoku
B Sakura - Hensokyoku