The World in a Single Sound - the Shakuhachi, its History, and its Music
Thursday, May 21
6:00 - 7:30 p.m. ET (5:00-6:30 CT)
Devon Osamu Tipp, PhD Candidate in Music Theory/Composition, University of Pittsburgh
Steeped in the aesthetics of Zen Buddhism, traditional shakuhachi repertoire focuses on the discovery of the world that lies within a single note, a single sound. This presentation will introduce you to the history of shakuhachi, as well as some of the fundamental aesthetic concepts that continue to capture audiences hearts and minds.
Registration Required. Please register at: https://www.ucis.pitt.edu/ncta/sound-japanese-music-online-mini-course-e...
Part of the Series:
The Sound of (Japanese) Music: Online Mini Course for Educators
Co-sponsored by the Japan-America Society of Pennsylvania and the University of Pittsburgh NCTA
Join us for “The Sound of (Japanese) Music,” a series of presentations and demos by four Japanese music ethnomusicologists. Designed to take you to a deeper level of understanding of traditional Japanese music, these presentations expand your knowledge of Japanese history and culture, including modern music innovations. You will learn about the evolving traditions of the koto, shakuhachi, shamisen and the recent development of taiko drumming. Some presentations will be recorded for your use later with your students. All sessions will be held through Zoom.