Kimio Eto. Profile: Japanese koto player and composer. Variations: Viewing All Kimio Eto. Eto, K. Eto, KImeo Eto. Albums. Kimio Eto. Koto Music (Album). World Pacific Records. Sound Of The Koto (LP, Mono, Promo, Gat).
Kimio Eto (衛藤公雄 Etō Kimio) (surname Etō, born 1924 in Ōita – died 24 December 2012) was a blind Japanese musician who played the koto. He began musical training at the age of eight with the renowned master Michio Miyagi. When he was eleven, he composed his first work and by the age of sixteen, he had received three consecutive grand prizes as an artist and composer from the national ministry and guild.
Kimio Eto. 3. Hachidan No Shirabe. 4. Three Children's Songs: Temari Tsuki /Kakurembo /Kisha Gokko. 5. Yachiyo Jishi. 7. Choryu. 8. Midare. 9. Rokudan. 10. Kinuta. 11. Haru No Umi.
Monday, August 20, 2018. Kimio Eto - Koto Music (1958). Tracklist: A1 – Midori No Asa (Bright Morning) (04:05) A2 – Omoide (Song Of Remembrance) (04:50) A3 – Kazoe Uta (Song Of Children At Play) (05:28) A4 – Choryu (The Current) (03:51) B1 – Kibo No Hikari (A Light Of Hope) (04:30) B2 – Midare (Classical Instrumental Piece) (07:10) B3 – Haru No Sugata (Mood Of Early. Railroad Earth - Studio Album Discography. Esperanza Spalding - Exposure (2017)
The Koto is the traditional 13 string Japanese instrument and Kimio Eto is widely regarded as its master. He began training on the instrument at the age of eight and composed his first work aged eleven. Amazingly he was blind from the age of five according to the sleeve notes and this makes this record all the more astonishing. Here on this él release we have an amalgamation of different bits of albums on one disc, Art of the Koto from 1962, Sound of the Koto from 1958 and Koto and Flute (with Bud Shank) from 1960 and they’re an interesting collection of tunes
Kimio Eto (衛藤公雄, Etō Kimio) (surname Etō, born 1924 in Ōita – died 24 December 2012) was a blind Japanese musician who played the koto. When he was eleven, he composed his first work and by the age of sixteen, h. ore . Year: 2013. Three Children's Songs: Temari Tsuki /Kakurembo.
Details about the Japanese music recording: Kimio Eto - Koto Music. Information may include sound snippets, track names, performers and other details. Of the many classic compositions, Midare is considered to be the most recognized and well known of the classic numbers. On the while, it is divided into three parts, and the final quick movement is said to describe the snow falling incessantly in the forest.
|A1||Choryu (The Current)||3:51|
|A2||Yorokobi (To Be Glad)||2:38|
|A3||Midare (Classical Instrumental Piece)||7:10|
|A4||Midori No Asa (Bright Morning)||4:05|
|B1||Rokudan (Classical Piece In Six Movements)||6:36|
|B2||Kibo No Hikari (A Light Of Hope)||4:30|
|B3||Kinuta (The Sound Of Water)||6:48|
|WPS-21439||Kimio Eto||Sound Of The Koto (LP, Gat)||World Pacific Records||WPS-21439||US||1966|
|WP-1439||Kimio Eto||Sound Of The Koto (LP, Mono)||World Pacific Records||WP-1439||US||1967|