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  • Interprète: École Shingon
  • Titre: Shômyô (Rituel Bouddhique)
  • Ver. en format MP3: 2941 mb
  • Ver. en format FLAC: 1284 mb
  • Pays: France
  • Date de publication: 1994
  • Style: Religious
  • # Catalogue: LDX 27 4976
  • Label: Le Chant Du Monde
  • Classement: 4.6 of 5
  • Genre: Classique / Folklorique, Monde
École Shingon - Shômyô (Rituel Bouddhique) à Télécharger Gratuitement


1Teisan (Procession To The Main Ceremonial Hall)6:16
2Gosan (Final Song Of Praise)9:27
3Rishûkyô (Chûkyoku) (Recitation Of The Rishu Sutra)5:16
4Taiyô (Praises To The Divinity)6:43
5Jukai (The Commandments)2:45
6Shôrei (Song Of Welcome)12:15
7Shômyôrai (Denominative Salutation)3:17
8Sôraikado (Principal Salutation)6:32
9Sange (Scattering Of Flowers)4:47
10 Chûkyoku Rishu Zanmaï (Sutra On The Principle Of Transcendental Wisdom)


  • PerformerÉcole Shingon
  • Recorded ByHerman Vuylsteke


Recorded "live" at Abbaye de Grimbergen, in November 1989.

Performed by Doshi (Officiant) and Shikishû (Priests) of École Shingon.

Made in Germany.


  • Barcode: 3 149025 062291
  • Price Code: HM 83


  • Distributed By – Harmonia Mundi s.a.
  • Phonographic Copyright (p) – Le Chant Du Monde


Формат: CD , Album. Страна: France. Performed by Doshi Officiant and Shikishû Priests of École Shingon. Made in Germany. Штрих-код и другие идентификаторы. The focus is on shomyo chanting, preserved by the founders of the Tendai school heard on a related album and Kukai, aka Kobodaishi Mieku, the founder of the Shingon school. The chanting is performed in Japanese, in Chinese the route by which Buddhism got to Japan and in Sanskrit the original language of shomyo's predecessors. There aren't many albums of shomyo available for comparison, but this one stands out well above those that do exist. Shomyo Buddhist Ritual: Shingon School Le Chant du Monde: Japon Rituel Bouddhique. Shingon School Artist Format: Audio CD. Find the latest tracks, albums, and images from rituel bouddhique Shingon Kôbôdaïshi Mieku Shomyô : Chants Lithurgique Bouddhique Secte Shingon. Kôbôdaïshi Mieku. Regular price Sale. Musiques Rituelles Et Religieuses Format: Vinyl, LP, Album, Gatefold Country: France Released: 1987 Genre: Folk, World, & Country. A heavy listen, quite transportive. Shōmyō 声明 is a style of Japanese Buddhist chant, used mainly in the Tendai and Shingon sects. There are two styles: ryokyoku and rikkyoku, described as difficult and easy to remember, respectively. Shōmyō, like gagaku, employs the Yo scale, a pentatonic scale with ascending intervals of two, three, two, two, and three semitones. Hill, Jackson 1982. Ritual Music in Japanese Esoteric Buddhism: Shingon Shōmyō, Ethnomusicology 26 1, 27-39. What Appears Through Chanting: Tendai Shomyo Ryokyoku. Japon 7 - Shomyo: Chant Liturgique Bouddhique, Secte Shingon es un álbum de Kobodaishi Mieku lanzado en 1987. Fecha de lanzamiento: Enero 6 de 1987. Género: Shomyo. Discografía: Ocora. Categories: Community content is available under CC-BY-SA unless otherwise noted. Album by The Buzan Division of the Shingon Sect. Dai Hannya Tendoku E. was sampled in. L'Ecole Du Micro D'Argent by IAM 1997. Kôbôdaïshi Mieku ceremony in Shingon Buddhism. written in: Japan. partial recording of: Kôbôdaïshi Mieku ceremony in Shingon Buddhism track 9. part of . Лента с персональными рекомендациями и музыкальными новинками, радио, подборки на любой вкус, удобное управление своей коллекцией

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