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» Ikkyu: Murasaki No Kyoku


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Zen Master Ikkyu (1394-1481) wrote this honkyoku, one of the most melodic of shakuhachi pieces. Here's the notation in beautiful calligraphy. Taizan-ha Sensei Morimasa Horiuchi plays Murasaki no Kyoku (Reibo) in his inimitable wind in the pines style on Youtube here at
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