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C.B. Read and D. Locke: ‘An Analysis of the Yamada-ryū Sōkyoku Iemoto System’, Hōgaku, i (1983), 20–52

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D. Hughes: The Heart's Home Town: Traditional Folk Song in Modern Japan (diss., U. of Michigan, 1985)

U. Eppstein: The Beginnings of Western Music in Meiji Era Japan (Lewiston, NY, 1994)

M. Nishiyama: Edo Culture: Daily Life and Diversions in Urban Japan, 1600–1868 (Honolulu, 1997)

B.E. Thornbury: The Folk Performing Arts: Traditional Culture in Contemporary Japan (Albany, NY, 1997)


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