Hiroshi Tamura = 田村洋 ‎– Yayoi No Fue = 弥生の笛

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Label:Toshiba Records


Used LP 1978

Disc:VG+ (has sticker on label,plays good)

Jacket:VG+ (has sticker on back,light scrubs) w/insert. missing obi

For many years, archaeologists and students have been excavating the remains of the Yayoi style pottery period on the Ayaragi plateau, located north of Shimonoseki in Yamaguchi Prefecture in 1966. The fact that two earthen flutes were discovered in that place led to the restoration of the earthen flute by the print artist Toshiyuki Matsuoka. When Masuda Takemune learned of Hiroshi Tamura's ability to bring the sound of the flute back to life in the modern age, he introduced it on the radio, and began recording it in 1978. Each side contains one long piece of music using a variety of instruments in addition to the earthen flute. The simple yet purifying tone is warm from beginning to end as if it is a stabilizer.


Side A sample1

Side A sample2 

Side B sample1 

Side B sample2