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» Taki Ochi (waterfall) Notation By Sensei Seisui


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Taizan-ha Sensei Seisui open source for those interested in learning the tradition, by kind sincere permission. Newcomers should begin with Hi Fu Mi Cho, Choshi, Hachi Gaeshi, Sanya, then Taki Ochi. This is a beautiful long piece that mirrors the sound of the Asahi waterfall, where enlightening sounds were realized.

In this notation, I've circled the octave changes in red for beginners to notice at a glance the rise and fall of the sound.

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This post has been edited by Dean: Apr 12 2011, 03:00 AM

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