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» Hi Fu Mi Notations


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1-2-3 Hi Fu Mi, the first step.

Sensei Seisui notation with early notes of mine for beginning instructions.
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The other notation. Shizan Kobayashi is considered the originator and writer of this version of Hi Fu Mi Cho, and Tomimori Kyozan is the copier. Open source approved.

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Thank you, Dean, for all the Shakuhachi resources you are contributing here. Even though most I do not understand, I save them to my desktop for the time when they will have significance for me.

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