Thursday, March 5, 2015

Amazing Article, Phantom of The Orchestra, on Japanese Classical Music Insanity

We have mentioned here before and it is still our go to for informative thought out articles. This one regarding Mamoru Samuragochi and Takashi Niigaki is pretty amazing.
Christopher Beam paints an extremely detailed picture that deals with deception, music, honor, artistry, suffering and perhaps most deeply, Japanese culture.

It was well worth your time and it will be interesting to see how this develops in the near future. In America they would feud for a while, then team up and tour the country for money, before probably breaking up and getting back together once or twice.

Things are obviously different in Japan and having zero knolwedgee of the the culture I am just simply intrigued as to where.this will lead. Until then there is always the music.


  1. This is a great article. Having a musical performance that has so much culture in it is a rare occurrence, and it's good that you were able to share it with us. Hope to get more insights on Japanese culture in your blog.

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