Monday, 10 July 2006, 12:00AM

Jiuta – an explanation of traditional Japanese music

David Hughes

David Hughes introduces the basic features of Japanese music - instruments, context, scales and rhythms - with particular reference to the various genres that was heard during the City of London Festival.

The next lecture in the City of London Festival series was City revealed - The debate

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Research Associate in the Department of Music, School of African and Asian Studies, University of London.

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10 July 2006

Jiuta – an explanation of traditional Japanese music
David Hughes

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