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1988a “Oto no ibuki: shakuhachi sôhô no seisei to henka” (The sound of breath: developement and change in shakuhachi techniques), In Gaku no utsuwa (Instruments for music making), Fujii, Tomoaki, et al. ed. 138-148, Tôkyô: Kôbundô
1988b “Selections of potential playing techniques on the shakuhachi: changes of stylistic needs through periods”, unpublished manuscript (Osaka University of Fine Arts)
In press “Playing techinques on the shakuhachi: somatic organs and their controls in relation to the instrument”, Mabuchi Usaburô & Yamaguchi Osamu (editors), Music cultures in interaction: cases between Asia and Europe, Tôkyô: Academia Music Ltd.
Stanfield, Norman Allen
1977 The Kinko-Ryû and its San Koten Honkyoku, Unpublished M.A. thesis (University of British Columbia)
Sunim, Samu
1985 “From Handbell to Shakuhachi” Spring Wind 5(3):1-14
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1956 Zen Buddhism, ed. William Barrett, Garden City, NY: Doubleday Anchor
1960 Manual of Zen Buddhism, New York: Grove Press
1966 The Field of Zen, London: The Buddhist Society
1970 Essays in Zen Buddhism, Second edition, London: Ryder & Co.
Suzuki Shunryu
1970 Zen Mind, Beginner’s Mind, New York: John Weatherhill
Shakuhachi hyôron dôjin kai (Fraternity for shakuhachi commentary)
1982-1990 Shakuhachi hyôron (Shakuhachi Review), Tôkyô: Shakuhachi hyôron dôjin kai
Syakuhati kenkyû kai
1991 “Syakuhati; Historical instruments and notation: an interpretation”, Tradition and its future in music; Report of SIMS 1990 Ôsaka 641-645, Tôkyô: Mita Press
Takahashi Kûzan
1971 (Fuke shû shôshi; A short history of the Fuke sect), Tôkyô: Ongaku kenkyûkai
1979 Fuke shû shi (A history of the Fuke sect), Tôkyô: Fuke shû shi kankôkai
Takahashi Tone
1990 Tozan-ryu: an innovation of the shakuhachi tradition from Fuke-shu to secularism, Unpublished Ph.D. thesis (Florida State University)
Tanabe Hideo
1955 “Shakuhachi” , Ongaku jiten vol.IV
1956 Nihon no ongaku (Japanese music) Tôkyô: Bunka kenkyû sha
1976 “Western Influences on Japanese Music”, Asian Pacific Quarterly (Spring) 8(4):17
1963 Nihon ongaku shi (History of Japanese Music), Tôkyô: Nihon denki daigaku shuppan
1964 Nihon no gakki (Japanese Musical Instruments), Tôkyô: Kashiwa shuppan
1977 “Tozan ryû no ryûso” (The founder of Tozan ryû), Kikan hôgaku 10:17-22
Taniguchi Yoshinobu
1983 How to Play the Shakuhachi: A Guide to the Japanese Bamboo Flute, In Taihei Shakuhachi (catalogue).
Tatsumi Yôko
1980 “Kinko ryû shakuhachi koten honkyoku no sôshokusei” (The system of ornamentation in the Kinko ryû classical shakuhachi honkyoku), Ôsaka ongaku daigaku kenkyû kiyô (Ôsaka Consevatorium Research Bulletin), 19:50-64
1984 Shakuhachi koten honkyoku no jikan kôzô (Construction of time in the classical shakuhachi honkyoku, Unpublished M.A. thesis (Ôsaka University of Education)
Tatsumi Yôko , et al
1980 “Kinko ryû shakuhachi ni okeru meri komi gihôni yoru bishô pitchi hendô” (The minute pitch changes of the meri komi technique in the Kinko ryû shakuhachi), Ôsaka ongaku daigaku kenkyû kiyô (Ôsaka Consevatorium Research Bulletin), 19:138-144
Tempuku dôkô kai (Tempuku Enthusiast’s Society), ed.
1986 Tempuku , Kagoshima, Japan: Tempuku dôkôkai
Tokumaru Yosihiko and Yamaguti Osamu , ed.
1986 The oral and literate in music, Tôkyô: Academia Music Ltd
Tokumaru Yosihiko, et al. ed.
1991 Tradition and its future in music; Report of SIMS 1990 Ôsaka Tôkyô: Mita Press
Tomimori Kyozan
1975 Taki otoshi (Falling Waterfall), Tôkyô: Myôan Kyozan bôdôyûkai
1979 Myôan shakuhachi tsûkai (Myôan shakuhachi commentary), Tôkyô: Myôan kyozan bôdôyûkai
n.d. Myôan shakuhachi ôko raikon ryakuki (A brief account of the Myôan shakuhachi from ancient past to the present), Tôkyô: Myôan suishô wagaku zen kai
Tonomura Hitomi
1985 “Forging the Past; Medieval Counterfeit Documents”, Monumenta Nipponica 40(1):69-96
Toya Deiko
1984 Komusô shakuhachi shinan (Teachings of the komusô shakuhachi), Tôkyo: Toya
Toyohara no Sumiaki
1510-1512 Taigenshô , reprinted in 1978 in Nihon koten zenshû (Complete collection of Japanese classics), Tôkyô: Gendai shichô sha
Treitler, Leo
1974 “Homer and Gregory: the transmission of epic poetry and plainchant”, Musical Quarterly, 60(3):333-372
1975 “‘Centonate’ Chant: Ubles Flickwerk or E pluribus unus?”, Journal of the American Musicological Society, 28(1): 1-23
1986 “Orality and literacy in the music of the European Middle Ages”, The oral and literate in music, ed. Tokumaru & Yamaguti: 38-56, Tôkyô: Academia Music Ltd
Trimillos, Ricardo
1990 “More Than Art: The Politics of Performance in International Cultural Exchange”, Paper delivered at the International Conference of the Dance Critics Association 2 September, 1-14
Tsuge Gen’ichi
1977 “The History of the Kyotaku Denki” [translation of Yamamoto 1795], Journal of the Society for Asian Music. 8(2):47-63
1982 “The Shakuhachi and Types of Vertical Flutes”, Crossroads, 18(198):36-41
1983 Japanese Music; An Annotated Bibliography, New York: Garland Publishing
Tsukamoto Kyodô , ed.
1937 Kinko techô (Notes of Kinko), manuscript transcribed by Nakatsuka Chikuzan, formally in the possession of Tsukamoto (Kyôtô)
Tukitani Tuneko
1969a Shakuhachi koten honkyoku no kenkyû (Shakuhachi classical honkyoku research), Unpublished M.A. thesis (Osaka University of Fine Arts)
1969b “Shakuhachi koten honkyoku no kenkyû kôseihô ni tsuite” (A constructive analysis of shakuhachi koten honkyoku), Ongakugaku (Musicology), 15(1):43-52
1969c “Shakuhachi no fu” (Shakuhachi notation), Philharmony (Feb.) 41:11-18
1973 “Shakuhachi koten honkyoku ni okeru dômei ikyoku no mondai” (On the problem of same name – different compositions in classical shakuhachi honkyoku], In Nihon ongaku to sono shûhen, (Japanese music and related issues), Koizumi, Fumio , Hoshi, Akira and Yamaguti, Osamu, , eds. 225-250, Tôkyô: Ongaku no Tomo Sha
1974 “Koten honkyoku jyosetsu” (An introduction to the clasical honkyoku), In Suizen: Chikuho ryû ni miru fuke shakuhachi no keifu (Blowing Zen: the Fuke shakuhachi lineage according to the Chikuho ryû), 23-25, Descriptive notes for LP recording KH 7001-3, Tôkyô: Nippon Columbia
1975 “Shakuhachi no shurui to rekishi” (Types and history of the shakuhachi), Kikan hôgaku, 5:13-19
1976 “Shakuhachi koten honkyoku no okeru dômei ikyoku no mondai” (Some questions concerning shakuhachi pieces with identical and different melodies), In Kikkawa Festschrift, 225-250
1977a “Fuke shakuhachi kenkyû no genjô to kadai” (Fuke shakuhachi research: examining the result), Bulletin of Osaka University of Fine Arts, 4(Dec.):50-60
1977b “Chikuho ryû no ryûso” (The founder of Chikuho ryû), Kikan hôgaku, 10:23-28
1980a “Koten honkyoku no ongakuteki tokuchô” (Musical characteristics of classical honkyoku), In descriptive notes from LP recording GM 6005-10:104-120, Tôkyô: Teichiku Records
1980b “Dômei ikyoku to imei dôkyoku: San’ya, Sugomori, Reibo, Sashi o megutte” (Same name – different composition, and different name – same composistion: on the pieces San’ya, Sugomori, Reibo and Sasi), In descriptive notes from LP recording GM 6005-10: 121-128, Tôkyô: Teichiku Records Co. Ltd
1982 “Nanbu han Fuke shû komusô shi: hanamaki chikurinzan shôganken kô (2), shakuhachi koten honkyoku ‘Shôganken reibo’ kô” () (A history of Fuke shû komusô in Nanbu: observations on the sub-temple Shôganken at Chikurinzan, Hanamaki [2], on the shakuhachi classical honkyoku “Shôganken reibo”), In Hanamaki shi bunkazai chôsa hôkokusho (Reports of the investigation of Hanamaki City’s cultural assets), Board of Education, Hanamaki City, 8:104-110
1984 “Shakuhachi kankei bunken” (Cited literature concerning the shakuhachi), Unpublished manuscript
1985 “Corrections for ‘Suizen’ article”: unpublished manuscript
1986 “Shakuhachi koten honkyoku no denshô kôsatsu: repâtorî no keisei to hen’yô” (A study of the classical shakuhachi honkyoku tradition: the formation and change of its repertoire, In Shominzoku no oto (The sound of various peoples); Memorial essays for the late Professor Koizumi Fumio, 279-303, Tôkyô: Ongaku no tomo sha
1988 “Fuke shakuhachi no kakusan to kôryû” (The dissemination and interchange of the Fuke shakuhachi), In Iwanami kôza nippon no ongaku, ajia no ongaku [3.denpa to hen’yo] (3.) (Iwanami series: Musics of Japan and Asia [3. transmission and change]), 33-55, Tôkyô: Iwanami Shôten
1988-1989 Personal communications at weekly meetings at Ôsaka Geijitsu Daigaku or Ôsaka Daigaku
1989 “Shakuhachi no kindaika to Ôsaka” (The modernization of shakuhachi and Ôsaka), Ashibi 14:1-15
1990a “Koten honkyoku kenkyû josetsu” (An introduction to the study of the classical syakuhati honkyoku), (Japanese and English), Syakuhati kenkyû handobukku ni mukete – koten honkyoku no kako to genzai (Toward a handbook of syakuhati study – classical syakuhati honkyoku, the past and present), 3-8 and 29-43, Ôsaka: Syakuhati kenkyû kai
1990b “Syôganken reibo kô” (“Syôganken reibo”, a classical syakuhati honkyoku composition), (Japanese and English) Syakuhati kenkyû handobukku ni mukete – koten honkyoku no kako to genzai (Toward a handbook of syakuhati study – classical syakuhati honkyoku, the past and present), 9-16 and 44-62, Ôsaka: Syakuhati kenkyû kai
Tukitani Tuneko , Seyama Tôru , and Simura Satosi
1991 “The syakuhati: the instrument and its music, change and diversification”, trans. Riley Lee, to be published in Contemporary Music Review
Tukitani Tuneko , et al. ed.
1992 Shakuhachi no kiso shiryô shûshû to dêtâbasu nôchiku no shian: kokunai, kokusaiteki riyô ni kyôsuru tame ni (Collecting basic source materials for the syakuhait and constructing a tentative data base thereof: a contribution to intra- and international uses), Ôsaka: Syakuhati kenkyû kai
Tyler, Stephen A.
1986 “Post-Modern Ethnography: From Document of the Occult to Occult Document”, In Writing Culture 122-140, Berkeley: University of California Press
Uchiyama Reigetsu
1972a Kinpû ryû shakuhachi honkyoku den (Compiled documents and notation of Kinpû ryû shakuhachi honkyoku) Hirosaki: Uchiyama Reigetsu
1972b Kinpû ryû shakuhachi honkyoku den; tsuirokuban (Compiled documents and notation of Kinpû ryû shakuhachi honkyoku; supplement) Hirosaki: Uchiyama Reigetsu
1989 Kimpû ryû shakuhachi honkyoku den (Transmission of the shakuhachi honkyoku of the Kimpû sect), Reprint, Hirosaki: Uchiyama Regetsu
Ueno Katami
1984 Shakuhachi no rekishi (History of the shakuhachi), Tôkyô: Kyôwa Shuppan
Uramoto Setchô
1985 Uramoto Setchô no shakuhachi (The shakuhachi of Uramoto Setchô), ed. Inagaki and Takahashi, L.P recording compiled from undated earlier recordings, Tokyo Recording Service: TRS-5084
Vogel, Ezra F.
1968 Japan’s New Middle Class; the Salary Man and his Family in a Tokyo Suburb, Berkeley: University of California Press
Watazumi dôso
1968 Mysterious Sounds of Bamboo Flute, LP recording, Crown: SW-5006-7
1971 Sokuon ranchô (Discordant sounds), LP recording PH-7503, Tôkyô: Phillips
Weisgarber, Elliot
1968 “The Honkyoku of the Kinko-ryû: Some Principles of its Organization”, Ethnomusicology 12(3):313-344
1972 “Reflections of a ‘Trans-cultural’ Musician”, Numas West 2(1972):23-25
Weiss, Barry Nyosui, ed.
1979-1981 Take no Michi: A Newsletter of Shakuhachi and Related Arts Vol.1&2, Brooklyn, NY: Barry Weiss
Wheeler, David
1981 “Aesthetics and the Shakuhachi: Thought and Practice”, Unpublished manuscript (Pomona College)
1984 Koten sankyoku no zatsuongaku teki kanshôhô no teishô , (Proposal for a purely musical method of appreciation of the classical sankyoku), Unpublished M.A. thesis, Tôkyô University of Fine Arts
Yamada Takao
1934 Genji monogatari no ongaku , (The music in the Tale of Genji), Ôsaka: Ôsaka Hôbunkan
Yamada Kôun
1979 Gateless Gate, Los Angeles: Center Publications
Yamaguchi Gorô
n.d. A Bell Ringing in the Empty Skies, LP recording H-72025, New York: Nonesuch
1985 Yamaguchi Gorô; Kinko ryû shakuhachi honkyoku zenshû (Yamaguchi Gorô; The complete collection of Kinko ryû shakuhachi honkyoku), descriptive notes, LP recording, Tôkyô: CBS Sony
Yamaguchi Shûgetsu
1991 personal communication
Yamamoto Morihide ()
1795 Kyotaku denki kokuji kai (Japanese translation and annotation of the history of the Empty Bell), Kyôtô: Kôto Shorin, Reprinted in 1981, ed. Kowata Suigetsu, Tôkyô: Nihon Ongaku Sha
Yamaue Getsuzan
1984 Yamaue Getsuzan shûshû shakuhachi fu, ôshû hen – kyûshû hen (Yamaue Getsuzan’s collection of shakuhachi notation: Ôshû and Kyûshû volumes), ed. Izui Seizan and Takahashi Ryochiku , Saga: Yamaue Getsuzan.
1986 “Shakuhachi yawa, jô” (Evening talks on the shakuhachi, part 1), Shakuhachi hyôron 6:2-9, Tôkyô: Shakuhachi hyôron dôjinkai
1987 “Shakuhachi yawa, ge” Evening talks on the shakuhachi, part 2), Shakuhachi hyôron 7:1-9, Tôkyô: Shakuhachi hyôron dôjinkai
Yamaue Getsuzan , ed.
1982 Katsuura Shôzan ifu: Taizan ha yaku (The posthumous notation of Katsuura Shôzan: Taizan ha version), Tôkyô: Katsuura
Yokoyama, Katsuya
1980 Sangai rinten (Three worlds rotation), LP recording OX-7193-95-ND, Tôkyô: Nippon Columbia
1984 Shakuhachi gaku no miryoku (The Fascination of the Shakuhachi), Tokyo: Kôdansha
1985 Take ippon Yokoyama Katsuya (One Bamboo Yokoyama Katsuya), Cassette recording OGM-1003, Tôkyô: Ongaku no tomo sha
1985 Take ippon Yokoyama Katsuya II II (One Bamboo Yokoyama Katsuya, Vol II), Cassette recording OMC-1912, Tôkyô: Ongaku no tomo sha
1989a Oral communications, during fortnightly lessons in Tôkyô and Okayama
1989b Shika no tône, Yokoyama Katsuya shakuhachi honkyoku shû 1 1 (Distant Cry of the Deer, Yokoyama Katsuya shakuhachi honkyoku collection, vol. 1), Compact Disc OCD-0911, Tôkyô: Ongaku no tomo sha
Yukino Tomoko
1987 “Shakuhachi gakushi ni okeru Myôan Shinpô ryû honkyoku no ichi to sono ongakuteki tokushitsu – repâtorî – no tayôsei o shiten toshite” (The position of the honkyoku of the Myôan Shinpô ryû in the history of the shakuhachi and its distinctive musical features – as a viewpoint of the diversity of the repertoire), Unpublished thesis, Ôsaka University of Fine Arts
 
1981 “Noh, Business and Art”, The Drama Review, Spring
1975 “Timbre and Unpitched Sound–Two Characteristics of Traditional Japanese Music”, East Publications 11(3):12-15