2017 March 5 day
"Flute blooming baroque" The 161 times dinner concert (2017.3.5.)
Performance: Kuniko Yamaguchi and Miku no Hill Flute Ensemble
kuniko yamaguchi akane shimokawa kazuki hashimoto yuha naha eri ryo matsuo rika nakahara riko
takamori junior high school 1 okamoto hiron takamori high school 1 yu nimura
1 JS Bach composition "Lord, the joy of a man's desire"
2 Marian Murray composition "Variations by Spanish folia"
3 J. Pachelbel composed "Canon"
4 G. Handel's composition "On Bra My F
5 Aria from G. Handel's composition "Water Music on Water"
6 JB Boamortier composition "5 Concerto for 5 flutes, 6"
series: western music history and musicians
the 1st "guido d'alesso"
atelier owner of the forest takashi miyamoto
Well, Western music has its roots in Greek-Roman era philosophy and world view, but there is no music of that era that has been transmitted to today, I can not even listen. In fact, the source of the current Western art music (classical) is the Gregorian chant which was established around the 8th century. While unifying the central part of Europe and setting up the Frank Kingdom which is the basis of today's Western Europe world, while Carl the Great embarked on promoting Christianization to unitize the kingdom, it was the Gregorian chant That's how it was.
A chant is a religious song offering godly selfless prayers, not as composed today, as a creator of musicians' personal creativity, composer or singing to gain fame or wealth. Also, in that sense, there was a monk singing a chant at that time, but no one named a musician was there. Naturally the name of the individual as a musician did not remain in future generations.
However, among them, Berlin of Reichenau Abbey, Bulbulus of Abbey of St. Gallen, Tuohilo and La Beuo, Santaman Abbey Fukubarudusu, St. Tron University A name such as Columban of the monastery remains.
and through the middle ages, the best known and most significant achievement among such monastic church schools was to write the most practical musical book "microblogs" that was most referenced at the time, it would be guido d'alredo (around 990 c. 1050?) who invented the score and also known as the inventor of doremifa solaside.
it is no exagardation to say that today's musicians are working on his achievements.
in addition to these indicators that indicate the height of the sound, in educating the choir, it is said that it is also the inventor of "guyde's hand" that supports the pitch at the joint of the fingers, and in the development of the chant of the day we have made tremendous achievements.