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Yatsuhashi Kengyō (八橋 検校; 1614–1685) was a Japanese musician and composer from Kyoto. The name Kengyō is an honorary title given to highly skilled blind musicians. Yatsuhashi, who was born and died in Japan, was originally a player of the shamisen, but later learned the koto from a musician of the Japanese court. While the instrument was originally restricted to the court, Yatsuhashi is credited as the first musician to introduce and teach the koto to general audiences. He is thus known as the "Father of Modern Koto."

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  • Yatsuhashi Kengyo
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  • 八橋検校
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  • 八橋検校(やつはし けんぎょう、慶長19年(1614年) - 貞享2年6月12日(1685年7月13日))は、近世中期の日本で生きた人物である。江戸時代前期の音楽家であり、検校を務めた。名は城秀。出身は諸説あるが、山田松黒が安永8年(1779年)に記した『箏曲大意抄(そうきょくすすたいいしょう)』より陸奥国磐城(明治期の磐城国、現・福島県いわき市)が定説とされている。他に摂津国(現・大阪府北中部、ほか)とする説もある。
  • Yatsuhashi Kengyō (八橋 検校; 1614–1685) was a Japanese musician and composer from Kyoto. The name Kengyō is an honorary title given to highly skilled blind musicians. Yatsuhashi, who was born and died in Japan, was originally a player of the shamisen, but later learned the koto from a musician of the Japanese court. While the instrument was originally restricted to the court, Yatsuhashi is credited as the first musician to introduce and teach the koto to general audiences. He is thus known as the "Father of Modern Koto."
  • Yatsuhashi Kengyō (八橋 検校; 1614-1685) est un musicien et compositeur japonais né à Kyoto. Le nom Kengyō est un titre honorifique donné aux musiciens aveugles hautement qualifiés. Yatsuhashi est à l'origine un joueur de shamisen qui apprend plus tard d'un musicien de la cour impériale à jouer du koto. À l'origine limité à la cour, Yatsuhashi est crédité comme le premier musicien à introduire et enseigner le koto auprès du grand public. Il est ainsi connu comme le « père du koto moderne ».
  • Yatsuhashi Kengyō (八橋 検校?; 1614 – 1685) è stato un musicista giapponese. Originario di Osaka, il nome Kengyō corrisponde a un titolo onorario riconosciuto all'epoca ai musicisti ciechi particolarmente abili. Yatsuhashi era inizialmente un suonatore di shamisen ma imparò poi a suonare il koto da un musicista della corte imperiale. Grazie a lui questo strumento uscì fuori dalla corte e venne suonato anche in pubblico. I suoi brani più importanti sono Rokudan e . Ogni anno, le geisha più famose di Kyōto si esibiscono per commemorarlo in varie danze nel tempio buddhista di Hōnen-in.
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  • Yatsuhashi Kengyō (八橋 検校; 1614-1685) est un musicien et compositeur japonais né à Kyoto. Le nom Kengyō est un titre honorifique donné aux musiciens aveugles hautement qualifiés. Yatsuhashi est à l'origine un joueur de shamisen qui apprend plus tard d'un musicien de la cour impériale à jouer du koto. À l'origine limité à la cour, Yatsuhashi est crédité comme le premier musicien à introduire et enseigner le koto auprès du grand public. Il est ainsi connu comme le « père du koto moderne ». Il a changé la sélection limitée de six pièces à un nouveau style de musique pour koto qu'il a appelé kumi uta. Yatsuhashi a changé les accordages tsukushi goto fondées sur des accordages utilisés dans le gagaku ce qui a donné naissance à un nouveau style de koto. Il a adapté pour le koto l' (en) et l' (en) du répertoire shamisen. Yatsuhashi est également crédité de la composition de l'importante partie pour koto solo intitulée Rokudan no shirabe (六段の調, « Musique de six pas »), bien qu'il ne l'a peut-être pas vraiment composée lui-même.
  • Yatsuhashi Kengyō (八橋 検校; 1614–1685) was a Japanese musician and composer from Kyoto. The name Kengyō is an honorary title given to highly skilled blind musicians. Yatsuhashi, who was born and died in Japan, was originally a player of the shamisen, but later learned the koto from a musician of the Japanese court. While the instrument was originally restricted to the court, Yatsuhashi is credited as the first musician to introduce and teach the koto to general audiences. He is thus known as the "Father of Modern Koto." He changed the limited selection of six pieces to a brand new style of koto music which he called . Yatsuhashi changed the tunings, which were based on tunings used in gagaku, and with this change a new style of koto was born. He adapted the Hirajoshi scale and the Insen scale for the koto, from the shamisen repertoire. Yatsuhashi is also credited as the composer of the important koto solo piece Rokudan-no-shirabe (六段の調, Music of Six Steps), although he may not actually have composed it himself.
  • Yatsuhashi Kengyō (八橋 検校?; 1614 – 1685) è stato un musicista giapponese. Originario di Osaka, il nome Kengyō corrisponde a un titolo onorario riconosciuto all'epoca ai musicisti ciechi particolarmente abili. Yatsuhashi era inizialmente un suonatore di shamisen ma imparò poi a suonare il koto da un musicista della corte imperiale. Grazie a lui questo strumento uscì fuori dalla corte e venne suonato anche in pubblico. Oltre ad aver composto o contribuito a diffondere dei brani musicali per il koto, Yatsuhashi è noto principalmente per aver modificato la struttura di questo strumento, allo scopo di renderlo maggiormente accessibile presso la popolazione e aumentarne la diffusione. A tale scopo si deve a lui la creazione della scala Hirajōshi. I suoi brani più importanti sono Rokudan e . Ogni anno, le geisha più famose di Kyōto si esibiscono per commemorarlo in varie danze nel tempio buddhista di Hōnen-in.
  • 八橋検校(やつはし けんぎょう、慶長19年(1614年) - 貞享2年6月12日(1685年7月13日))は、近世中期の日本で生きた人物である。江戸時代前期の音楽家であり、検校を務めた。名は城秀。出身は諸説あるが、山田松黒が安永8年(1779年)に記した『箏曲大意抄(そうきょくすすたいいしょう)』より陸奥国磐城(明治期の磐城国、現・福島県いわき市)が定説とされている。他に摂津国(現・大阪府北中部、ほか)とする説もある。
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