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Kakiuchi Yukio

カキウチ ユキオ | Kakiuchi Yukio
Homepage URL  (1): http://www.kyokyo-u.ac.jp/ongaku/kakiuchi/
Research field  (2): Primary/secondary education and curricula ,  Aesthetics and art studies
Research keywords  (2): Musicology ,  Music Education
Papers (8):
  • Children's participation in regional music culture. 1996. 163-174
  • The Performing Style of the Hikoroku School in Contemporary Bunraku IIb. 1996. 31. 27-40
  • Problems of Music Curriculum in the Course of Study. Japan Academic Society for Music Education. 1995. 25. 1. 2-9
  • The Performing Style of the Hikoroku School in Contemporary Bunraku. 1988. 24. 47-67
  • The Performing Style of the Hikoroku School in Contemporary Bunraku. 1986. 22. 69-87
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Books (9):
  • The Voice of Gidyu-bushi
    The Music Guide on 21st Century 3 2003
  • Discordance with modern age Bunraku in Taisho-era
    Iwanami lecture : Kabuki Bunraku X Contemporary Bunraku 1997
  • Representation of Bunraku II Bunraku-shamisen in Showa period
    Iwanami lecture : Kabuki Bunraku X Contemporary Bunraku 1997
  • World musics
    Introduction to music Education 1995
  • Lectures for Bunraku
    Sougen Sha Corp. 1993
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Lectures and oral presentations  (1):
  • A Pansori class by Professor Kim, Mi-Jeong in Jeollabuk-do Provincial Institute of Korea Traditional Performing Arts; My experience report
    (2010)
Education (2):
  • - 1978 Tokyo University of the Arts Graduate School, Division of Music
  • - 1974 Tokyo University of the Arts Faculty of Music
Professional career (1):
  • Master of Fine Arts
Work history (7):
  • 1998/10/01 - 現在 KYOTO UNIVERSITY OF EDUCATION Professor
  • 1998/04/01 - 1998/09/30 Miyagi University of Education
  • 1985/01/01 - 1998/03/31 Miyagi University of Education
  • 1982/04/01 - 1984/12/31 Miyagi University of Education
  • 1980/04/01 - 1982/03/31 University of Miyazaki
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