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The first 8D audio made especially for the traditional Japanese band HANAFUGETSU. I hope you like it.
#8DMusic #8DJmusic #8D Hanafugetsu 華風月 – Gessyoku #8D #Hanafugetsu #Wagakkiband #和楽器バンド, 和楽器バンド, 華風月, #SuzuhanaYuko 鈴華ゆう子 #華風月. Of genres: Jpop, Folk rock, Folk metal. Suzuhana Yuko (鈴華ゆう子, Yuuko Suzuhana). Popular Songs : 千本桜, 暁ノ糸, Strong Fate, 戦乙女, 戦, 華火, 天樂 Tengaku, 起死回生 Kishikaisei, 六兆年と一夜物語 Roku Chounen to Ichiya Monogatari, 月・影・舞・華 Tsuki Kage Mai Ka.
“Hanafugetsu,” recruiting the talents of shakuhachi player Daisuke Kaminaga, and the koto of Kiyoshi Ibukuro. Along with Yuko’s distinctive and wide-ranging vocal ability, the light yet dramatic strings of Kiyoshi’s koto, plus the beautiful and emotive flute sounds of Daisuke’s shakuhachi combine to create a captivating traditional sound. The group also provide something beyond that sound by including Yuko’s piano playing in many of their songs.
To date, the group has released four albums, including a triple CD release in June 2017. Their songs come in a variety of forms, comprising vocal tracks, instrumentals, original compositions, and cover versions of beautiful songs such as “Hanamizuki (ハナミズキ)” and “Yuki no Hana (雪の華).”
Hanafugetsu band :
Vocal with Piano：Yuko Suzuhana
Shakuhachi (Bamboo flute)：Daisuke Kaminaga
Koto (Japanese style harp)：Kiyoshi Ibukuro
Playing the piano and singer Yuko Suzuka, Shakuhachi Daisuke Kaminaga,
Koto Kiyoshi Ibukuro ,Playing the Japanese-style acoustic music composed of three people, Hanafugetsu.
They made a major debut in 2014 and are members of the band “WagakkiBand” which fused together the rock and harmony which is now a topic all over the world.
Their original songs interweave a unique worldview with songs and instruments.
Members are full of strength.
Vocal Suzuka is a teacher of Japanese-style poetry (Shigin) and has the best ability in the whole country. She also graduated from the piano department of Tokyo College of Music.
Kaminaga of Shakuhachi is a teacher of “Tozanryu” Shakuhachi school and has overseas performance experience in over ten countries so far.
Ibukuro of Koto plays a 13-string koto, and a rare 25-string koto with few players.
While attending high school he joined overseas performances in eight countries through dispatch at the Agency for Cultural Affairs.