1. Sou (Uta 8-hon choshi, Tuned to C on 442 hz/A natural bamboo flute may have slight abrasion or discoloration on the surface) 2.Book/DVD Let's play the Shinobue by Yasukazu Kano (Based on 8-hon Choshi, Japanese only) 3.Carrying bag (Cotton) 4.Cleaning cloth
Note: All our shinobue are made of shino bamboo unless otherwise noted. There may be a minor discoloration or peel-off on the natural bamboo. These conditions do not affect the sound quality.
An introductory book recommended for those who have a shinobue for the first time. It has an extensive collection of tunes, so you can enjoy practicing even after you start to play the sound. You are able to learn how to play the shinobue flute step by step in both staff notation and numeric notation!
B5 size, 48 pages.
A collection of shinobue pieces that you can enjoy in a variety of configurations: shinobue solo, ensemble of two shinobue flutes, shinobue and taiko, or shinobue and piano.
The ensembles with piano are arranged for #6 (6-hon) flute, but the solo and ensembles with taiko can also be played on #8 (8-hon).
This is an instruction book on how to play the Japanese bamboo flute: the Shinobue.It includes songs from Japanese folk songs as well as original new compositions by Marco Lienhard. The songs and Etudes will challenge any level of playing. The exercises will help you better your sound and get more skilled at playing the Fue.You will enjoy playing original songs from this collection of Shinobue songs.This will help you to learn how to play the Shinobue. For those who play, the book will help you get better at playing.
The shinobue flute is called the "classical" or "hayashi" style of flute, and is currently the most commonly used flute is "Uta, with a scale that incorporates the average scale of Western music. There are many types of shinobue flutes, including 4-, 6-, and 7-hole flutes, as well as flutes of various lengths. In this manual, we will proceed using the 6-hon UTA (B flat), which is ideal for beginners in terms of range, length, and so on.
Instructional manual for beginners in western style sheet music. (Non-numerical shinobue style)