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noun - ancient court music of Japan
GAGAKU - Gagaku (, ancient imperial court music and dances, lit. "elegant music") is a type of Japanese classical music that has been performed at the Imperia...
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|Classical music played on ceremonial occasions at Japanese court|
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|Sep 15 2013 The Telegraph - General Knowledge|
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|the ancient court ritual music of Japan, of Chinese and Korean origin|
Gagaku (, ancient imperial court music and dances, lit. "elegant music") is a type of Japanese classical music that has been performed at the Imperial Court in Kyoto for several centuries and today by Board of Ceremonies at Tokyo Imperial Palace. This kind of music was first imported into Japan from China; however, artistically it differs from the music of the corresponding Chinese form yayue which is a term reserved for ceremonial music. Gagaku consists of three primary repertoires:* Native Shinto religious music and imperial songs and dance, called kuniburi no utamai|
* Vocal music based on native folk poetry, called Utaimono
* Songs and dance based on foreign musicA Chinese and South Asian form (specifically Tang Dynasty), called Tgaku.
* A Goguryeo and Manchurian form, called komagaku (named after Goguryeo, which is pronounced Koma in Japanese)Gagaku, like shmy, employ the yo scale, a pentatonic scale with ascending intervals of two, three, two, two, and three semitones between the fi