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Shamisen Player.

Shamisen Player.

石井秀弦 三味線

石井秀弦 三味線

Tamamura Kouzaburou 玉村 康三郎 (1856 – 1923) Shamisen 三味線 player - Hand-colored - Japan - 1870s Nippon-Graph

Tamamura Kouzaburou 玉村 康三郎 (1856 – 1923) Shamisen 三味線 player - Hand-colored - Japan - 1870s Nippon-Graph

Goze (瞽女) were blind shamisen musicians that traveled the countryside playing their traditional instrument for peasants. They were a well organized guild with strict rules and standards. One of these rules was celibacy and if violated the woman would be excommunicated from the guild. They often traveled in threes walking in a single file line with their hand on each other's shoulder, many times traveling through harsh conditions such as rain and snow. They would play and tell their…

Goze (瞽女) were blind shamisen musicians that traveled the countryside playing their traditional instrument for peasants. They were a well organized guild with strict rules and standards. One of these rules was celibacy and if violated the woman would be excommunicated from the guild. They often traveled in threes walking in a single file line with their hand on each other's shoulder, many times traveling through harsh conditions such as rain and snow. They would play and tell their…

Two women play an instrument while they tell a story. The woman to the left holds a shamisen, and the woman to the right holds a Kokyu. The kokyu is a string instrument some what smaller compared to the shamisen, and is often used for ensembles with the shamisen and koto. about 1870's by photographer Suzuki,Shin-ichi

Two women play an instrument while they tell a story. The woman to the left holds a shamisen, and the woman to the right holds a Kokyu. The kokyu is a string instrument some what smaller compared to the shamisen, and is often used for ensembles with the shamisen and koto. about 1870's by photographer Suzuki,Shin-ichi

Traditional Japanese music

Traditional Japanese music

Vintage postcard

Vintage postcard

Woman with shamisen (三味線?, literally "three strings") musical  instrument. Nagasaki. Japan. 1870. S)

Woman with shamisen (三味線?, literally "three strings") musical instrument. Nagasaki. Japan. 1870. S)

Women playing the koto and shamisen, ca. 1880s, Japan.  Hand-colored photo The Kimono Gallery

Women playing the koto and shamisen, ca. 1880s, Japan. Hand-colored photo The Kimono Gallery

口説きの系譜 口説きの歴史 盆踊りの歴史 口説き 甚句 盆踊り 歴史 和讃 瞽女唄 じょんから 八木節 日本の歴史 雑学の世界 娘への遺言

口説きの系譜 口説きの歴史 盆踊りの歴史 口説き 甚句 盆踊り 歴史 和讃 瞽女唄 じょんから 八木節 日本の歴史 雑学の世界 娘への遺言

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