Distant Cry of Deer 鹿の遠音- a honkyoku meditation piece for 1.8 shakuhachi
accompanied by a waka poem by the 9th century poet 猿丸大夫 Sarumaru Dayu, using the syllable pattern of 5,7,5,5,7.
Read today by Adam Wodcinski. (Translation: a friendly, collaborative tussle between Anne and Adam)
deep in the mountains
feet rustling through fallen leaves
a lonely stag cries
this striking echo
belling the autumn sorrow
also Anne Norman: shakuhachi & Miho Araki: live calligraphy.
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