Gagaku

Gagaku is the ancient court music of Japan and has its origins as far back as the 8th century. It is derived mainly from China and Korea. Gagaku orchestras may consist of as many as 17 musicians playing woodwinds, plucked- string, and percussion instruments. The winds include a flute, usually of the type known as ry Uteki; a short double-reed pipe ...
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gagaku

ancient court music. The name is a Japanese pronunciation of the Chinese characters for elegant music (ya yueh). Such music first appeared in Japan ... [8 related articles]
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Gagaku

Style of music traditionally favored by the Imperial Court.
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Gagaku

Traditional court music of Japan.
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