Junko Ueda

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Below you see a list of some videos of Junko Ueda, performing solo as well as in various combinations. This list is updated as new videos become available. To see a video, click on the related video image.

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Yoshitsune by Junko Ueda solo
Live recording of Junko Ueda performing Japanese traditional biwa music Yoshitsune at the 10th Festival of Arts & Poesie in Valleraugue (Gard) France.

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Dan-no-Ura by Junko Ueda solo
Live recording of Junko Ueda performing Japanese traditional biwa music Dan-no-Ura at the Abbey Saint-Pierre-et-Saint-Paul in Caunes Minervois (Aude) France as part of the '6th Festival Troubadoures chantent l'Art Roman'


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Heike Monogatari, Duo Ueda Offermans (full version)

Heike Monogatari, Duo Ueda Offermans (full version)
Live recording of a Heike Monogatari arrangement by the Duo Ueda Offermans at the Copis Miyoshi Concert Hall, Saitama, Japan. It includes the traditional pieces Dan-no-Ura and Gion-shoja. Ful version (26 min).

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Heike Monogatari, Duo Ueda Offermans (excerpt version)
Live recording of a Heike Monogatari arrangement by the Duo Ueda Offermans at the Copis Miyoshi Concert Hall, Saitama, Japan. It includes the traditional pieces Dan-no-Ura and Gion-shoja. Excerpt version (7 min).

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How to Survive in Paradise II, Duo Ueda Offermans

How to Survive in Paradise II, Duo Ueda Offermans
Live-performance by the Japanese-Dutch duo Junko Ueda (voice) and Wil Offermans (flutes, live-electronics) of their classical "How to Survive in Paradise II" for the Màntica Festival at the Teatro Comandini in Cesena, Italy.

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Where Two Rivers Meet, Duo Ueda Offermans

Where Two Rivers Meet, Duo Ueda Offermans
Live recording of the Japanese-Dutch duo Junko Ueda (satsuma-biwa & voice) and Wil Offermans (flute & contrabass flute) of their work 'Where Two Rivers Meet' at the Abbey Saint-Pierre-et-Saint-Paul in Caunes Minervois (Aude) France as part of the '6th Festival Troubadoures chantent l'Art Roman'

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Inner Voices, Duo Ueda Offermans, voice, Thumpy

Inner Voices, Duo Ueda Offermans (voice & Thumpy)
Live recording of the Japanese-Dutch duo Junko Ueda (voice) and Wil Offermans (Thumpy flute) of their work 'Inner Voices' at the Màntica Festival in Teatro Comandini, Cesena, Italy.

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Murasaki-no-Ue, Genji Monogatari, Duo Ueda Offermans
Live recording of the Japanese-Dutch duo Junko Ueda (satsuma-biwa, voice) and Wil Offermans (flute) of their work "Murasaki-no-Ue" from the famous Japanese story Genji Monogatari at the Abbey Saint-Pierre-et-Saint-Paul in Caunes Minervois (Aude) France as part of the "6th Festival Troubadoures chantent l'Art Roman".

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Duo Ueda Offermans & Obakushu monks at Kofukuji

Duo Ueda Offermans & Obakushu monks at Kofukuji
This video is a summary of the autumn concert by Duo Ueda Offermans with collaborations of four Obaku-shu monks at the Kofukuji temple, Nagasaki, Japan. The concert was held at the occasion of the 360th anniversary of the arrival of Zen master Ingen in Japan.

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Ginyü with the Troubadours Caravane
Junko Ueda performing Ginyû (The Troubadour), a composition by Wil Offermans with the Troubadours Caravane in the Theatre Municipal, Narbonne, France.

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Announcement

  • CD Meditative Flowers:
    Junko Ueda performing repertoire from the 1200 year-old Japanese traditional Shomyo Buddhist chant.
    CD Meditative Flowers:
    Junko Ueda interpretando canciones budista tradicional japonés de Shomyo, un repertorio del siglo VIII.
    CD Meditative Flowers:
    上田純子の新しいソロCD1200年の歴史を持つ天台声明の中から4曲を収録。

  • CD Satsuma-Biwa:
    solo CD by Junko Ueda performing traditional biwa music as well as a modern-style composition by Toru Takemitsu.
    CD Satsuma-Biwa:
    CD solo de Junko Ueda interpretando música biwa tradicional así como una composición moderno de Toru Takemitsu.
    CD 薩摩琵琶:
    上田純子のソロCD。薩摩琵琶古典弾き語りと武満徹の作品。

  • CD Japon - L'épopé des Heike:
    Junko Ueda with traditional satsuma-biwa repertoire from the Hieke Monogatari, recorded at Hiei-zan Temple, Japan.
    CD Japon - L'épopé des Heike:
    Junko Ueda interpretando canciones budista tradicional japonés de Shomyo, un repertorio del siglo VIII.
    CD Japon - L'épopé des Heike:
    上田純子によるソロCD。平家物語の中から3曲を収録。比叡山延暦寺にて録音。

  • The Biwa Vocab is a vocabulary catalogue and sound library of the satsuma-biwa by Junko Ueda.