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Kadozuke (Nezasa Ha)

門附 (根笹)

This is a piece of genre Koten from the Chikuho Ryû and Nezasa Ha / Kimpu Ryû Schools .

History (Riley Kelly Lee):

Kado tsuke / On the Corner was performed before an establishment, such as a house or store, where potential donors might reside. Most of this piece is played in the high register in order to call the people to come outside.

Kadozuke (Nezasa Ha) appears on the following albums

AlbumShakuhachiKotoShamisen
Bamboo Grass - Yearning for the Bell Volume 2 Riley Kelly Lee

    Kado tsuke / On the Corner was performed before an establishment, such as a house or store, where potential donors might reside. Most of this piece is played in the high register in order to call the people to come outside.

Koten Shakuhachi Gaku Zen Shu - 5 Takeuchi Chiko


Shakuhachi Honkyoku Riley Kelly Lee

Shinmukaiji - An Introduction to Zen Shakuhachi Sakai Chikuho II


Smithsonian Folkways - Shakuhachi Honkyoku Riley Kelly Lee

Souvenir of Japan - Shakuhachi Komusoh and Suizen Sakai Chikuho II

Suizen - Chikuho ryu ni miru fuke shakuhachi no keifu - 03 Sakai Chikuho II


Tsugaru no Take no Oto Nezasa Ha Kimpu Ryu Shakuhachi Goto Seizo

World of Zen Music, The - Shakuhachi Music from Tsugaru, Nezasa-ha Kinpu-ryu Nakamura Akikazu

    Monks of the Fuke sect would play Kadozuke as they wandered from door to door gathering alms. As on this disc, it is generally performed as one of a set of three pieces together with Tori and Hachigaeshi.


The International Shakuhachi Society - 2017