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Ueda Ryû

This school was founded by Ueda Hôdô in the year 1917.

History:

The Ueda Ryū was founded in Kansai by Tozan player Ueda Hōdō and his brother Chikudo after Hōdō was expelled from the Tozan school in 1917 for playing his own compositions at Tozan recitals. Ueda Hōdō had previously succeeded Nakao Tozan in 1971 as the head of a Tozan study group (kai) within Myōan-ha called Kyochiku-zenji Hōsan Kai (1951).

Repertoire
Aobakage
Hagi no Kaze
萩の風
Hanagumori
Iwai no Shirabe
Jinpaicho
Kanya Reibo
Kogarashi (Ueda Ryu)
木枯
Kohan no Yube
Matsu no Kyoku
松の曲
Meisô
暝想
Minazuki
Mizu no Yukue
Momiji Nishiki
Momo Chidori
Natsu no Ashita
Ochiba (Ueda Ryu)
落葉
Otome
Renbo Nagashi (Ueda Ryu)
恋慕流
Sakura Tsukiyo
Samidare
さみだれ
San'ya no Kyoku (Ueda Ryu)
三谷
Satsuki Ame
五月雨
Shika no Tône
鹿の遠音
Sokaku Reibo (Ueda Ryu)
巣鶴
Tsuki no Kyoku (Ueda Ryu)
月の曲
Tsuki no Nagare
月の流れ
Yachio Sugomori
八千代巣籠
Yayoi
弥生
Yubae
夕映
Yuki no Yo
雪の夜

Associated People
Tani Senzan
Ueda Hôdô
上田 芳憧


The International Shakuhachi Society - 2017