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2012年03月26日

Proper Scale: Musical Acoustics

Written by Mizobe Kunimitsu
In order to play music beautifully, proper scale, or just intonation is required. In the present age scales have become disorganized and music which is out of tune is in fashion. This is the most practical book on musical acoustics explaining what proper scales for string instruments, wind instruments and Japanese musical instruments ought to be.

The Rhythm of Nembutsu: Drum Music

Written by Mizobe Kunimitsu
This book collects and studies the secret methods of nianfo (Nembutsu), mantra, sutra chanting and Shinto drum playing, and shows how they should be. It collects, explains and outlines the representative pieces from the nationwide Nembutsu entertainments with the main focus on the drum playing.

Encyclopedia of Irish Music and Musicians

Written and edited by Itoh Goh
This book is the first encyclopedia on Irish music published in Japan. In Japan, when you say ‘Irish music’, it is generally conceived with a focus on traditional music and there has almost never been any mention of art music until now. This book aims to deepen the general understanding of the entirety of Irish music including both traditional and art music.

Encyclopedia of Irish Music and Musicians

Written and edited by Itoh Goh
This book is the first encyclopedia on Irish music published in Japan. In Japan, when you say ‘Irish music’, it is generally conceived with a focus on traditional music and there has almost never been any mention of art music until now. This book aims to deepen the general understanding of the entirety of Irish music including both traditional and art music.

Elementary Studies in Double-Stopping for Violin

Edited by Sasaki Shigeo
Double-stops - The beauty of the sounds is unrivaled. It is necessary for violin beginners who are proceeding to the intermediate level to learn the positions and vibrato. I would like to add another essential technique, double-stopping. However, there are actually only a few introductory methods for double-stopping. This book is organized in a way that all the double-stops can be played in the 1st position, and the feeling of enjoyment of playing double-stops gradually increases as it gets toward the latter half so that violin beginners can begin their studies on double-stopping not with reluctance, but rather with enjoyment.

Bériot & Dancla: The Position Studies for Violin

Edited by Hiruma Kazuo
It is an ambition of violin students who mastered the 1st position to undertake the studies of the 2nd position and up. This text edits the extracts from the violin methods of Bériot and Dancla, and the all the pieces are made for violin duos so that you can learn from the 2nd position to the 7th position in order with enjoyment of ensemble playing.

J.S.Bach: Sonatas and Partitas for Solo Violin - For violin students who play for the first time

Edited by Igemi Moriyasu
This book puts together the score designed to make it easy to understand for violin students who play J.S.Bach’s Sonatas and Partitas for Solo Violin for the first time. Each violin student is expected not only to play the score correctly, but also to feel what is behind the notes and to experience Bach with more familiarity and with enjoyment.

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