Suwa Onbashira Kiyari-Taiko - O-Suwa-Daiko Ensemble* - Japan, O-Suwa-Daiko Drums
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The Language of Rhythm Recordings by Sound Craft Inc., Tokyo. UNESCO Collection "Musical Sources" edited for the International Music Council by the International Isntitute for Comparative Music Studies and Documentation, Berlin/Venice.5/5(1).
The O-Suwa-Daiko was originally a percussion ensemble affiliated to a Shinto temple (Shinto being the native religion of Japan) from the region of Suwa, surrounding a lake also called Suwa, not that far from Nagano. The ensemble was used in ceremonials, rituals, and festivals, as well as during wars.8/
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The O-Suwa Daiko Society is a seminal taiko ensemble, among the first to perform outside of the customary festivals and ceremonies. Accompanied only by flute, conch shells, and vocals, the rhythms created by the drums are the centerpiece of this presentation of regional taiko tradition.