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Beats of the Heart: Sukiyaki and Chips: The Japanese Sounds of Music

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Released 1995

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Director:
Jeremy Marre
Released:
1995
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Beats of the Heart: Sukiyaki and Chips: The Japanese Sounds of Music is a documentary film which goes deep into the heart of Japanese music. Beats of the Heart is the documentary series which looks at music throughout the world, from Gypsy music in Europe to Bollywood Film music, religious music of the Appalachians and much more. In Sukiyaki and Chips, they head to the land of the Rising Sun, in a travelogue which examines the varied music of the region. Mixing traditional Japanese sounds with western styles like jazz, rock and blues, Japan has an extremely unique and flourishing musical culture and industry. From the extremely popular teen-pop, to traditional shakuhachi flute performers, we see the entire cornucopia of styles that these people love. Journey to old-line music variety shows at the legendary Noh theater, see inside the emerging business of erotic theater, and find out what life is like for a progressive Japanese composer and more in Beats of the Heart: Sukiyaki and Chips: The Japanese Sounds of Music.moreless
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