Geinoh Yamashirogumi "Byzantine No Hibiki”

Geinoh Yamashirogumi "Byzantine No Hibiki”

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シルクロード幻唄 II ビザンチンの響
Invitation (Japan) 1981
VIH-28041 (LP) w/insert.
sleeve : NM-
media : EX-/EX-(some light noises.)

Geinoh Yamashiro gumi is a multi-performance community that has been active since the 1960s as an experimental group led by its leader, Shoji Yamashiro, who believes that the search for and verification of the original human lifestyle promised by DNA is one of the bases for criticism of civilization. This is a sequel to "Silk Road Genta", which was released in the same year, and contains a Bulgarian female chorus, which has been one of the most representative performances of the Yamashiro Gumi since its early days. A1, which is said to have originated in Thrace and strongly reflects Asian influences, B3, which has a strong presence among the Bulgarian female chorus, and B5, which sings the melody of Oiwake, a Japanese folk song, in a polyphonic way.|

A1: モリナニ、想いはままならず
B3: カライ・モーメ

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