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タイトル: The Tin Whistle and the Shakuhachi: a Comparison and Contrast
著者: Daniel B., Ribble
キーワード: hitoyogiri
tin whistle
penny whistle
雑誌名: 黒潮圏科学
発行日: Feb-2009
出版者: 高知大学大学院総合人間自然科学研究科黒潮圏総合科学専攻黒潮圏科学編集委員会
抄録: The shakuhachi and the tin whistle are two aerophones which have developed independently in cultures at the opposite ends of Eurasia but which share certain characteristics such as being end-blown flutes predominantly associated with the traditional music of their respective countries, have long historical associations within their cultures, and have both become increasingly popular instruments worldwide in the last several decades. Both flutes come from musical traditions where they are played solo as well as together with stringed instruments, and a flute in the key of D is the one most commonly used in both cultures. Both come from countries where music traditions have often been handed down within particular families and share similar playing techniques. In recent years longer flutes of both varieties have been increasingly used. In addition to similarities, differences in areas such as embouchure, flute materials, music genres and the contexts for traditional music in each culture make for an interesting contrast between the two instruments
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10126/1219
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