Japanese Music By: Franz & Heather Cherry Blossom

Japanese Music By: Franz & Heather Cherry Blossom

Japanese Music By: Franz & Heather Cherry Blossom Tree Music & Culture of Japan

Japan has similar styles to Korea The Japanese word for music is ongaku

Traditional Japanese robes are Kimonos Pants in Japanese are called Hakamo Kimonos have various designs such as cherry blossom flowers with different accompanying flowers Designs can also be based on seasons

Japanese Instruments Music of Japan Japanese music is like music from cherry blossom trees Some songs tell the emotions of the artist The music is similar to Chinese & Korean

in the aspect that it speaks the mind Music is very important to the elderly Japanese music is also used in parades & ceremonies Importance of Music in Japan Music is used in parades

In traditional plays, music is used to show emotion There is no record about early Japanese music Japanese music usually have no steady beat Music in Japan are usually improvised

Taiko Drums When & where is Japanese music Performed/listened? Japan Town (Performances by Taiko Drums, etc)

Festival & Ceremonies (Cherry Blossom Festival) Online listening to Japanese Music Performances and Parades are there for people to enjoy

Noriko Sakai Famous composer/singer from Japan Best selling single is called Aoi Usagi (Meaning Blue Rabbit) Born February 14, 1971, Married 1998 Son born in 1999

Noriko Sakai Other Japanese Music J-Rock, another example of Japanese Music Similar to American rock-n-roll

Difference is Japanese singing is powerful and speaking to audience Credits: Franz Mangonon Heather Wong

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