Autumn Field : yearning for the Bell, vol. 4
Riley Lee - shakuhachi
The fourth in the series of six CDs containing the complete lineage of 13th century Japanese 'honkyoku', or meditation pieces, played by Riley Lee, who was the first non-Japanese to attain grand mastery of the instrument. Sumptuosly recorded in the National Acoustics Laboratory, this is the first time anyone has recorded such a complete overview of this music, and it is quite beautiful and relaxing.
|Akita Sugagaki||(Autumn Field)|
|Renbo Nagashi||(Intense Yearning)|
|Takiochi no Kyoku||(Cascading Waterfall)|
|Ryugin Kokû||(Dragon Singing in the Empty Sky)|
|Kyûshû Reibo||(Yearning for the Bell of the Kyûshû Region)|
|Haechi Gaeshi||(Returning the Bowl)|
|Hifumi Chô||(One, Two, Three: Search!)|
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