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San'ya (Fudaiji)

三谷

This is a piece of genre Koten from the Fudaiji School.

History (Yokoyama Katsuya):

(Three Valleys)

There are various interpretations of the word San-Ya, for instance:

1. The transcription in sound of the Sanscrit word meaning meeting.

2. Mental concentration.

3. Three high-pitched melodies expressing the echo of the sound in three valleys.

This piece is a composition originating from the Fudaiji Temple in Hamamatsu, Central Japan.

San'ya (Fudaiji) appears on the following albums

AlbumShakuhachiKotoShamisen
Empty Bells Riley Kelly Lee


Floating Clouds Michael Chikuzen Gould

    One of many songs of similar titles coming from different areas and different schools of Shakuhachi. San Ya no Kyoku, San Ya Sugagaki, Jinbo San Ya, Echigo San Ya, etc. are titled similarly, but really are very different.

Shika no Tone Shakuhachi Koten Meikyoku Shusei - 2 Yokoyama Katsuya

    (Three Valleys)

    There are various interpretations of the word San-Ya, for instance:

    1. The transcription in sound of the Sanscrit word meaning meeting.

    2. Mental concentration.

    3. Three high-pitched melodies expressing the echo of the sound in three valleys.

    This piece is a composition originating from the Fudaiji Temple in Hamamatsu, Central Japan.

Zen - Katsuya Yokoyama - 02 Yokoyama Katsuya

    (Three Valleys)

    There are various interpretations of the word San-Ya, for instance:

    1. The transcription in sound of the Sanscrit word meaning meeting.

    2. Mental concentration.

    3. Three high-pitched melodies expressing the echo of the sound in three valleys.

    This piece is a composition originating from the Fudaiji Temple in Hamamatsu, Central Japan.


The International Shakuhachi Society - 2018