Odaiko Kakeai Kihon Kyoku

Composer: Kenny Endo
Composition Date: 2007
License: (c)2007 Kenny Endo. All rights reserved. For use, please contact composer: http://www.kennyendo.com

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From composer Kenny Endo…

Odaiko Kakeai Kihon Kyoku means Odaiko Call and Response Basic Piece.

This composition for odaiko was developed from a composition called, “Rites of Thundering.” It showcases the power and excitement of an odaiko played in unison sections as well as solos. This piece has also been known as “Arashi Daiko.”

Files

Contact composer for notation files, learning and use options. http://www.kennyendo.com

Videos

Odaiko Kakeai Kihon Kyoku: O-Daiko at Peak Square
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=A1Zjz1QrBE8

Wesleyan University Taiko Fall 2011: Oodaiko Kakeai Kihonkyoku
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sUBa57edRTw

Odaiko Kakeai Kihon Kyoku- Celt Taiko Ensemble
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=F-0Tw6xHzW0
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1G0paECRThU

See Also

kennyendo.com/taiko-center-of-the-pacific
http://www.kennyendo.com/taiko-center-of-the-pacific — Taiko Center of the Pacific (TCP), a school of traditional and contemporary Japanese drumming, was established in 1994 by Kenny and Chizuko Endo to preserve traditional Japanese drumming and to create new music for taiko. TCP offers classes in taiko drumming to the general public year round for all ages and all skill levels.

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