Title: Murasaki Shikibu The Tale Of Genji
Style: Soundtrack, Ambient, Experimental
Format: MP3 FLAC MMF XM DXD AIFF APE AUD MP1
FLAC size: 1155 mb | MP3 size: 1402 mb | WMA size: 1208 mb
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Koto, Music By, Interviewee – Haruomi Hosono. Remastered By – Takayoshi Manabe. Original Soundtrack from the animation picture The Tale Of Genji based on the book written by Lady Murasaki Shikibu. Issued in digipak with obi. Other Versions (5 of 6) View All.
In the spring of 2007, his fellow YMO members and other artist paid tribute to Haruomi with a 2-disc album titled "Tribute to Haruomi". That same year, the animated film Appleseed Ex Machina was released featuring a soundtrack performed and supervised by Hosono. In September 2010 he performed at the De La Fantasia festival and played songs from his upcoming album. Murasaki SHikubu-Genji Monogatari (Murasaki Shikibu-The Tale of Genji): Music. Binetsu shônen (1987). Hoshi o tsugumono (1990): Music.
The Tale of Genji book. Even if the owner of the historically granted nom de plume of Murasaki Shikibu hadn't been female, my vein of 'outside reading' would have sought out my definition of evidence she was there. It is the usual lack of objectivity I favor after so many centuries of venerated others pretending otherwise, but this is one thousand and more years ago, this is one of the most auspicious pieces of literature known thus far, and above all else, this is Japan.
This was the score for the first animated adaptation of The Tale of Genji, a sprawling piece of 11th century literature written by noblewoman Shikibu Murasaki, considered by many to be the first modern novel in recorded history. Isao Tomita later write his own symphonic adaptation of the story. The anime was directed by Gisaburō Sugii, and while it only covers a small part of the epic storyline, the score is highly ambitious. Scan courtesy of Kaleidophonics
The Tale of Genji" by Murasaki Shikibu - A famous Japanese novel written by a courtesan from the Heian Period (11th Century). The file here is the complete novel in EPUB and MOBI formats. Also included an introduction from another translation of the book by Royall Tyler to explain its background - EPUB & MOBI. Book Description: The original novel-a classic of Japanese and world literature and a stunningly beautiful story. Written in the eleventh century, this exquisite portrait of courtly life in medieval Japan is widely celebrated as the world’s first novel.
For Genji life had become an unbroken succession of reverses and afflictions. He must consider what to do next. If he went on pretending that nothing was amiss, then even worse things might lie ahead. He thought of the Suma coast. People of worth had once lived there, he was told, but now it was deserted save for the huts of fishermen, and even they were few. The alternative was worse, to go on living this public life, so to speak, with people streaming in and out of his house. Yet he would hate to leave, and affairs at court would continue to be much on his mind if he did leave. Even when they were separated for a day or two Genji was beside himself with worry and Murasaki’s gloom was beyond describing.
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|B2||五月雨 - 護摩 - 祈祷 (Samidare - Goma - Kitou)|
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NotesIncludes two inserts: one with film credits and illustrations; the other a deluxe multi-fold panel with film production photos, profiles and information.
|MHCL 1366||Haruomi Hosono||The Tale Of Genji (CD, Album, Ltd, RE, RM)||GT Music||MHCL 1366||Japan||2009|
|CJA 1153 (C)||Haruomi Hosono||The Tale Of Genji (LP, Album)||Epic/Sony||CJA 1153 (C)||Hong Kong||1987|
|32･8H-148||細野晴臣*||紫式部・源氏物語 The Tale Of Genji (CD, Album, Jew)||New Standard, Epic, Epic/Sony||32･8H-148||Japan||1987|
|32･8H-148||細野晴臣*||紫式部・源氏物語 = Murasaki Shikibu The Tale Of Genji (CD, Album, Ltd)||New Standard, Epic, Epic/Sony||32･8H-148||Japan||1987|
|ESCB 1346||Haruomi Hosono||The Tale Of Genji (CD, Album, RE, RM)||Epic||ESCB 1346||Japan||1993|