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Numerology information Shamisen:
Name Number: 7 Meaning: Inner, Thought, Mind, Psychology, Secret, Mystic, Strange, Study, Knowledge, Loneliness, Rest
Definition funny of Shamisen:
A Japanese stringed instrument resembling a banjo with a long neck and three strings and a fretted fingerboard and a rectangular soundbox; played with a plectrum.
A Shamisen is also called a samisen or a sangen.
The shamisen is a 3 stringed Japanese instrumentis played with a plectrum called a bachi. Similar to a banjo in sound and construction style as well as how they are played. Originating in the early 16th century and spanning onwards, the Shamisen has been a prevelant instrument in japanese music.
Dude, look over there! Some guy's playing a Shamisen! I wonder where the heck he got it...
Songs about Shamisen:
Azuma Jishi (voice, shakuhachi, shamisen, koto) by Various Artists / Explorer Series from the Album Traditional Vocal & Instrumental Pieces
Kokaji (The Little Sword smith) Shamisen Duet by Lorie Brau Nagauto Shamisen - C. Ikehara from the Album Venerated Patterns Of China And Japan
Edo Lullaby (shakuhachi, shamisen, biwa, 2 kotos, bells) by Various Artists / Explorer Series from the Album Japan: Traditional Vocal And Instrumental Music
Azuma Jishi (voice, shakuhachi, shamisen, koto) by Various Artists / Explorer Series from the Album Japan: Traditional Vocal And Instrumental Music
Bed Intruder Song (Shamisen Version) by mike penny from the Album Official Bed Intruder Tribute Album (Remixes)
Edo Lullaby (shakuhachi, shamisen, biwa, 2 kotos, bells) by Various Artists / Explorer Series from the Album Traditional Vocal & Instrumental Pieces
Korean Folk Music Medley Di, Shakuhachi, Shamisen by Shakuhachi, Tim Liu, Di, C. Ikehara, Lorie Brau, Nagauto Shamisen Yukio Nyosei Hyakuda from the Album Venerated Patterns Of China And Japan
Books about Shamisen:
Shamisen of Japan: The Definitive Guide to Tsugaru Shamisen by Mr Kyle Miro Abbott (Oct 11, 2012)
Snakeskin Shamisen by Naomi Hirahara (Apr 25, 2006)
Shamisen Text Book (Japanese Edition) by wakanagi (Nov 17, 2012)
Casserole shamisen practice by hongchu gan (Oct 13, 2014)
Shaped by Japanese Music: Kikuoka Hiroaki and Nagauta Shamisen in Tokyo by Jay Davis Keister (Jul 5, 2014)
The Shamisen: Tradition and Diversity by Johnson (Dec 7, 2009)
Shamisen Zanmai (Kadokawa Bunko) (2008) ISBN: 4041717191 [Japanese Import] by Yoko group (0010)
Movies about Shamisen:
Tsugaru Shamisen- World of Michihiro Sato 2009 NR -
Eikichi Kiyomoto - Dai Jurokkai Nihon Dento Bunka Shinko Zaidan Sho Kiyomoto Eikichi VZBG-45 Unrated -
Tsugaru shamisen Easy Introduction -
Nitaboh le maitre de shamisen -
Wiki information Shamisen:
The shamisen or samisen, also called sangen, is a three-stringed, Japanese musical instrument played with a plectrum called a bachi. The Japanese pronunciation is usually "shamisen" but sometimes "jamisen" when used as a suffix. The construction of...
Tsugaru-jamisen or Tsugaru-shamisen is a genre of shamisen music originating in Aomori prefecture in the northernmost area of the Japanese island of Honshū. It is today performed throughout Japan, though associations with the Tsugaru area of Aomori...