Komabue
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Komabue
A komabue fue

The komabue () ("Korean flute") is a transverse fue that is used in traditional Japanese court music.

Construction

The komabue is typically constructed from bamboo. It is a transverse flute with six finger-holes. It is 36 cm, shorter than the ryuteki flute.[1]

Use

The komabue is used in both Gagaku and Komagaku. Historically the Oga family of musicians in Japan specialized in the komabue.[2]

References

  1. ^ Shigeo Kishibe, et al. "Japan." Grove Music Online. Oxford Music Online. http://www.oxfordmusiconline.com/subscriber/article/grove/music/43335pg5
  2. ^ Marett,A. Musica Asiatica Vol. 5 Published by CUP Archive, ISBN 0-521-34071-3 p.210

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