Dr Riley Lee’s PhD Thesis
YEARNING FOR THE BELL; a study of transmission in the shakuhachi honkyoku tradition. 1992 University of Sydney
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This thesis was originally written on an obsolete NEC Japanese word processor using a now defunct program. The following files were prepared from the original ones by James Jennings, after the author was told by a number of professional companies that the floppy discs on which the original files resided were impossible to read and the data lost. Thank you James, for doing the impossible!
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A hard copy of the dissertation, entitled “Yearning for the Bell; A Study of Transmission in the Shakuhachi Honkyoku Tradition” can be ordered through Monty Levenson’s WEBSITE.
There may be some missing images, illustrations, tables, charts and transcriptions will eventually be added to the above chapter files. In the meantime, they can be downloaded as compressed files, using the links below. You may need a file expander such as Stuffit Expander (free) to view the files. There are about 250 images.
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