This is a piece of genre Modern Honkyoku in the style of Shin Shakuhachi Gaku from the Azuma Ryû School.
This piece was composed for Shakuhachi by the person Fukuda Rando in 1928.
History (James Nyoraku 如楽 Schlefer):
|This 1928 composition is an example of 20th-century virtuoso shakuhachi music. Fukuda Rando's melodies have a folk-like, melancholy feel. The title refers to the sound of crickets heard deep within the recesses of the mountains.|
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