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A special program in which popular voice actor Sora Amamiya selects songs will be broadcast

 
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As the title suggests, the program is a program that selects and talks about songs that I like, but not only those who originally liked songs, but also those who have not touched songs so much until now. I'm sure it's a program where you can feel the charm of Kayokyoku.
 

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Popular song

Popular songWhat is (Kayokyo)?ShowaFashionable in the timesJapan OfPopular musicIs a general term for. Among them, the songs released in the Showa period areShowa KayoAlso called.

Overview

1970 eraJapanese popular music from the middle was influenced by Western musicnew musicHas become mainstream, and the ones that have been popular since the 1990sJ-POPThe melody, chord progression, rhythm, etc. have changed as they break the traditional music theory.

for that reason,1960 eraLater, it was derived from KayokyokuEnkaIt is often confused with the genre called "," but it is essentially a derivative of Western music in Japan.[1][Annotation 1].. However, due to the layer of enthusiasts overlapping from the background of the fashion era, Enka treats Showa Kayo and other songs like that inclusively.Enka/kayoThere is also a genre called ".

In addition, until the early Showa periodPopular songWas also called.

Original usage

MeijiIn the timesEurope,The United States of AmericaWestern countries that came to Japan fromartsongWas called "kayokyoku" and was used to mean "the song of the new age."[3][Annotation 2].

History

Birth

It was inherited from the Edo period from the Meiji period to the Taisho period.Kiyomoto,NagautaOn the other hand, popular songs that have been modified or newly created in the city are called "folk songs", and the most popular ones are called "haiyauta".[4].. In the mid-Meiji era, the government promoting Western music eclectically mixed Western and Japanese scales.SingI promoted education. The scale of chorus isMilitary song,Student songIt became popular and overwhelmed the song. 3rd year of Taisho (1914), "Headband song(Lyrics:Shimamura Hogetsu-Soma Mifu, Composition:Shinpei Nakayama,song:Sumiko Matsui) Became a big hit, and since then, song style songs have come to be called "pop songs" in other words[4].

The name of the song "Kayokyoku," which later became a term for popular Japanese music,NHKWas in charge of a Japanese music programMachida YoshiakiThere is also the theory that there is a record company Toa phonograph that existed from 11 (Taisho 1922) to 14 (Taisho 1925).[5].

In February 12 (Taisho 1923), the word "kayokyoku" appeared in the catalog of Toa gramophone (Pigeon mark), but at this time,Miyagi MichioCreation byKotoWas used against[5](Japan Phonograph CompanyThen it was called "New Japanese music").

ShowaIn 2 years (1927), NHK's "New Japanese music" broadcasts new koto songs and three-string songs as "kayo".[5].. In June of the same yearMatsuo Bashoof"The sound of water pouring into an old pond or frog, Etc., composed by Yoshiaki Machida and broadcast as "New Kayokyoku," in September of the same year.Eighty Saijo"Yokadete Utaheru" composed by Machida was broadcast as a "kayokyoku" without "new"[5].

In any case, at first, the "kayokyoku" wasJapanese musicThe term used to refer to the works of composers and performers of the (pure Japanese music) family, but the scope of coverage gradually expanded, and it refers to all popular Japanese music from around 8 to 1933. To be used as a term[5].

In the early Showa era, NHK radio broadcasting made "kayokyoku" a general term for popular Japanese music. It is a prewar programFolk songWas called a popular song until thenMassesWhen broadcasting the song, it was broadcast as "Kayokyoku" as "it is not appropriate to make a song that you do or don't know whether it will be done".[3].. At that time, the method of "popular songs", which created a trend by selling records, was sometimes regarded as a historical problem, and it was said that the purpose of this radio broadcast was to pursue music that should be disseminated to the public.[Annotation 3].

As a result, "kayokyoku" is not limited to Western songsPopular musicOut of alllyricsWill be used as a generic name for something.

After that, Japan戦 争Push forward toMilitarismWhen the emergence ofFolk songIs not used for military purposes, and the wartime music isWartime song,Military songWas called[Annotation 4].

Prewar song

1930s,Great Kanto EarthquakeWith the revival of Tokyo, the modernization of Tokyo progressed at once and a Western-style modern citizen group was formed,modernPopular urban singing songs that sang various urban culture became popular ("Tokyo March","Ginza willow"Such)[7].. On the other hand, for the purpose of attracting tourists,Local songA popular song that invites a travel feelingNew folk songHas been released ("Port of Waves","Tea cut, Etc.) and sometimes led to a tourism boom. In addition, as Japanese power expanded overseas,Chief's daughter"Or"Shanghai Lil", a song that exalts the daughters of each land and sings the exoticism brightly was made and was a hit.

1945-early 1960s

After the war, it introduced Western-style elements such as Latin Hawaiian jazz and made it feel like an adult.Frank Nagai,Yujiro IshiharaSingingMood songBroke the world.

1950 eraIn the latter half, the genre of popular songs is becoming more diverse.The Peanutof"Cute flowers(1959) is considered as an opportunity for multi-genre[8].. This song is authentic in JapanPop musicThe pop songs sung by Japanese singers have become a hot topic as songs.Japanese popsIt was also called "(However, the pop music song itself in Japan was also before the war). 1960 eraWhen you enterColor TVThe medium changed totv setEmphasis on promotion inTV songWill be developed[Annotation 5].

Late 1960s-early 1970s: heyday

In the mid-1960sKing tones,Mieko HirotaMade in JapanRhythm and BluesA new genre called singing has come to be sung, and the genre of popular songs has become more diverse. Also,The Tempters,The TigersLanoGroup soundsAlso became a big boom.Kyohei TsutsumiBeginning with,Kawaguchi Makoto,Hirao Masaaki,Koji MamaginoToTakashi MikiIn these excellent composers and lyricistsYu AkuBeginning withKazuya Senke-Thank you-Michio Yamagami-Arima Mieko-Kazumi YasuiThe hit songs are repeated, and the popular song enters the golden age.fork OfNobuyasu Okabayashi,Tomoya Takaishi,Takuro YoshidaThey were supported by young people.

1970 eraWhen you enterFolk singerThere are also singers who do not appear on TV, such as and rock groups.

Late 1970s-1980s: The end of Showa Kayo/New Music

In addition, middle class-orientedFusion-AORIntentionalnew musicExpanded their fans while making a distinction from the world of music. Already existed since the 1960sIdol songAlso continued to make hits. 1978Pink ladyof"southpaw]synthesizerWas used in the same yearAND MOBy starting the activityTechno popIs fashionable in Japan. The song that was created under that influenceTechno KayoAlso called[9][Annotation 6].

1980 eraThen, some of the songs centered around idol songs are out of the category of traditional songs. furtherBand boomThe arrival at the end of 1980 also added to the diversification of music.1989 Is the diva of Showa Kayo with the end of ShowaHibari MisoraDied, and the popular song program "Around the time"The Best TenThe song ranking programs and award race programs have also ended one after another, regardless of whether they are on TV or radio.

1990s: Arrival of J-POP and review of popular songs

1992 at firstBeing boomHas occurred, and even the singer, who has a modest exposure in song programs, will experience sales growth, and instead of the conventional “kayokyoku,”J-POPThe words such as "have come to be disseminated.

However, even after that, some singers sang songs in a pop song (eg,Youth Amigo), of the songcoverPrograms for young people centered onKonosuke Sakazaki's Momoiro Folk Village NEXT), the old song is being reviewed.

comment

MusicologistFumio KoizumiAnnounced in 1977, "The scale structure of a song"[Annotation 7]In XNUMX withoutScaleIt is pointed out that it is shifting to the 1970th scale (Aeolian minor), and this is seen as a revival of the traditional Japanese musical sense and folk song, and the ``Ladremisora'' scale in the XNUMXs sung song is called ``Japanese song Appearance of ancient layers"[Annotation 8].. Against this Koizumi theoryYoshiaki SatoSays that as a result of the permeation of rock music around the world, the presence of the XNUMX-note scale is under the influence of black music such as jazz and blues, which are the roots of rock music.Bright red sun(1967) said that American music had a stronger influence than Japanese folk songs, and should be regarded as rock music rather than reproduction of folk songs.[10][Annotation 8].

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注 釈

  1. ^ On the other hand, "kayokyoku" for the enka side is sometimes explained as "music that gives pleasure to the ear".[2].
  2. ^ This usage is still used today,Eur-lex.europa.eu eur-lex.europa.euSongs, popular Western musiccoverSong,ChansonPoint toJapanese nameHas a wide category, such as.
  3. ^ "Yomiuri Shimbun"ofShowaIn the article on July 8, 7th, "It's called "Kayokyoku,"Schubert,BrahmsREIT(song), and if you make an early point that it will be broadcast, it is not. It is a popular song sung by Shibuya-san, and when I asked the parties involved in AK (currently NHK Tokyo) why I didn't want to use the term "popular songs" on the broadcast for some reason." It is written in the section of "Japanese song dictionary "Kayokyoku"), and at that time, "Kyokyoku" meant the song of classical music, and NHK side also used the word "popular song". Part of the circumstances that did not exist can be seen.
  4. ^ Some of the history of these wartime eras has a strong tendency to be viewed as taboo, although it is connected to the present "kayokyoku." After the war, the program was "Radio song] To resume. However, in the trend of popular songs after the war, the genealogy of NHK songs tends to be neglected.Aikawa Yumi"It is often that NHK does not look back on the wartime music after the war, and does not look back on the history of "Kokumin Kayo" to "Kokumin Chorus".[6].
  5. ^ Around this time, the term "kayokyoku" is used as music with less emotional expression when compared to the singing method of enka.
  6. ^ 1999 ToP-VINELabel titled "Techno Kayo"Compilation albumAnnounced.
  7. ^ Koizumi 1984Recorded in.
  8. ^ a b Regarding the opinions of Fumio Koizumi and Yoshiaki Sato, "Satoshi Masuda,"Scale theory and popular music research: Theoretical premise of Kayokyoku theory by Fumio Koizumi"Naruto University of Education Bulletin of Art, March 2003, 3, Volume 7, p.18-13, Naruto University of Education".

Source

  1. ^ Kiyomaro Kikuchi. “Feature 2. Popular Japanese Music (End)". Toshiba. 2009/5/31Browse.web fishery
  2. ^ "Enka to Enka Japanese Enka from Paris 1”. JASRAC Endowed Course (October 2002, 10). 2009/5/31Browse.
  3. ^ a b World EncyclopediaSecond edition.
  4. ^ a b Kubo 1991, p.279.
  5. ^ a b c d e "Records from Kansai 120th year, Part 2: Kayokyoku (8) Origin of "Kayokyoku"" ("Kobe newspaper』April 1997, 4 morning edition 13).
  6. ^ "Yumi Aikawa sings "NHK Folk Song-Radio Song"”. Yumi Aikawa Official HP. 2013/2/11Browse. web fishery
  7. ^ Kubo 1991, pp.254-257.
  8. ^ NHK “Kayo Scramble] Commentary on "The Peanuts Special" broadcast in June 2003.
  9. ^ Hiroaki Yomokata "Counterattack of Techno Kayo ~ Part I P-VINE's "Techno Kayo Series"",Hiroaki Shikata "Counterattack of Techno Kayo ~ Part 3 Techno Kayo Excavation Team Goes".
  10. ^ Sato 1999.

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Popular song

Popular songWhat is (Kayokyo)?ShowaFashionable in the timesJapan OfPopular musicIs a general term for. Among them, the songs released in the Showa period areShowa KayoAlso called.

Overview

1970 eraJapanese popular music from the middle was influenced by Western musicnew musicHas become mainstream, and the ones that have been popular since the 1990sJ-POPThe melody, chord progression, rhythm, etc. have changed as they break the traditional music theory.

for that reason,1960 eraLater, it was derived from KayokyokuEnkaIt is often confused with the genre called "," but it is essentially a derivative of Western music in Japan.[1][Annotation 1].. However, due to the layer of enthusiasts overlapping from the background of the fashion era, Enka treats Showa Kayo and other songs like that inclusively.Enka/kayoThere is also a genre called ".

In addition, until the early Showa periodPopular songWas also called.

Original usage

MeijiIn the timesEurope,The United States of AmericaWestern countries that came to Japan fromartsongWas called "kayokyoku" and was used to mean "the song of the new age."[3][Annotation 2].

History

Birth

It was inherited from the Edo period from the Meiji period to the Taisho period.Kiyomoto,NagautaOn the other hand, popular songs that have been modified or newly created in the city are called "folk songs", and the most popular ones are called "haiyauta".[4].. In the mid-Meiji era, the government promoting Western music eclectically mixed Western and Japanese scales.SingI promoted education. The scale of chorus isMilitary song,Student songIt became popular and overwhelmed the song. 3rd year of Taisho (1914), "Headband song(Lyrics:Shimamura Hogetsu-Soma Mifu, Composition:Shinpei Nakayama,song:Sumiko Matsui) Became a big hit, and since then, song style songs have come to be called "pop songs" in other words[4].

The name of the song "Kayokyoku," which later became a term for popular Japanese music,NHKWas in charge of a Japanese music programMachida YoshiakiThere is also the theory that there is a record company Toa phonograph that existed from 11 (Taisho 1922) to 14 (Taisho 1925).[5].

In February 12 (Taisho 1923), the word "kayokyoku" appeared in the catalog of Toa gramophone (Pigeon mark), but at this time,Miyagi MichioCreation byKotoWas used against[5](Japan Phonograph CompanyThen it was called "New Japanese music").

ShowaIn 2 years (1927), NHK's "New Japanese music" broadcasts new koto songs and three-string songs as "kayo".[5].. In June of the same yearMatsuo Bashoof"The sound of water pouring into an old pond or frog, Etc., composed by Yoshiaki Machida and broadcast as "New Kayokyoku," in September of the same year.Eighty Saijo"Yokadete Utaheru" composed by Machida was broadcast as a "kayokyoku" without "new"[5].

In any case, at first, the "kayokyoku" wasJapanese musicThe term used to refer to the works of composers and performers of the (pure Japanese music) family, but the scope of coverage gradually expanded, and it refers to all popular Japanese music from around 8 to 1933. To be used as a term[5].

In the early Showa era, NHK radio broadcasting made "kayokyoku" a general term for popular Japanese music. It is a prewar programFolk songWas called a popular song until thenMassesWhen broadcasting the song, it was broadcast as "Kayokyoku" as "it is not appropriate to make a song that you do or don't know whether it will be done".[3].. At that time, the method of "popular songs", which created a trend by selling records, was sometimes regarded as a historical problem, and it was said that the purpose of this radio broadcast was to pursue music that should be disseminated to the public.[Annotation 3].

As a result, "kayokyoku" is not limited to Western songsPopular musicOut of alllyricsWill be used as a generic name for something.

After that, Japan戦 争Push forward toMilitarismWhen the emergence ofFolk songIs not used for military purposes, and the wartime music isWartime song,Military songWas called[Annotation 4].

Prewar song

1930s,Great Kanto EarthquakeWith the revival of Tokyo, the modernization of Tokyo progressed at once and a Western-style modern citizen group was formed,modernPopular urban singing songs that sang various urban culture became popular ("Tokyo March","Ginza willow"Such)[7].. On the other hand, for the purpose of attracting tourists,Local songA popular song that invites a travel feelingNew folk songHas been released ("Port of Waves","Tea cut, Etc.) and sometimes led to a tourism boom. In addition, as Japanese power expanded overseas,Chief's daughter"Or"Shanghai Lil", a song that exalts the daughters of each land and sings the exoticism brightly was made and was a hit.

1945-early 1960s

After the war, it introduced Western-style elements such as Latin Hawaiian jazz and made it feel like an adult.Frank Nagai,Yujiro IshiharaSingingMood songBroke the world.

1950 eraIn the latter half, the genre of popular songs is becoming more diverse.The Peanutof"Cute flowers(1959) is considered as an opportunity for multi-genre[8].. This song is authentic in JapanPop musicThe pop songs sung by Japanese singers have become a hot topic as songs.Japanese popsIt was also called "(However, the pop music song itself in Japan was also before the war). 1960 eraWhen you enterColor TVThe medium changed totv setEmphasis on promotion inTV songWill be developed[Annotation 5].

Late 1960s-early 1970s: heyday

In the mid-1960sKing tones,Mieko HirotaMade in JapanRhythm and BluesA new genre called singing has come to be sung, and the genre of popular songs has become more diverse. Also,The Tempters,The TigersLanoGroup soundsAlso became a big boom.Kyohei TsutsumiBeginning with,Kawaguchi Makoto,Hirao Masaaki,Koji MamaginoToTakashi MikiIn these excellent composers and lyricistsYu AkuBeginning withKazuya Senke-Thank you-Michio Yamagami-Arima Mieko-Kazumi YasuiThe hit songs are repeated, and the popular song enters the golden age.fork OfNobuyasu Okabayashi,Tomoya Takaishi,Takuro YoshidaThey were supported by young people.

1970 eraWhen you enterFolk singerThere are also singers who do not appear on TV, such as and rock groups.

Late 1970s-1980s: The end of Showa Kayo/New Music

In addition, middle class-orientedFusion-AORIntentionalnew musicExpanded their fans while making a distinction from the world of music. Already existed since the 1960sIdol songAlso continued to make hits. 1978Pink ladyof"southpaw]synthesizerWas used in the same yearAND MOBy starting the activityTechno popIs fashionable in Japan. The song that was created under that influenceTechno KayoAlso called[9][Annotation 6].

1980 eraThen, some of the songs centered around idol songs are out of the category of traditional songs. furtherBand boomThe arrival at the end of 1980 also added to the diversification of music.1989 Is the diva of Showa Kayo with the end of ShowaHibari MisoraDied, and the popular song program "Around the time"The Best TenThe song ranking programs and award race programs have also ended one after another, regardless of whether they are on TV or radio.

1990s: Arrival of J-POP and review of popular songs

1992 at firstBeing boomHas occurred, and even the singer, who has a modest exposure in song programs, will experience sales growth, and instead of the conventional “kayokyoku,”J-POPThe words such as "have come to be disseminated.

However, even after that, some singers sang songs in a pop song (eg,Youth Amigo), of the songcoverPrograms for young people centered onKonosuke Sakazaki's Momoiro Folk Village NEXT), the old song is being reviewed.

comment

MusicologistFumio KoizumiAnnounced in 1977, "The scale structure of a song"[Annotation 7]In XNUMX withoutScaleIt is pointed out that it is shifting to the 1970th scale (Aeolian minor), and this is seen as a revival of the traditional Japanese musical sense and folk song, and the ``Ladremisora'' scale in the XNUMXs sung song is called ``Japanese song Appearance of ancient layers"[Annotation 8].. Against this Koizumi theoryYoshiaki SatoSays that as a result of the permeation of rock music around the world, the presence of the XNUMX-note scale is under the influence of black music such as jazz and blues, which are the roots of rock music.Bright red sun(1967) said that American music had a stronger influence than Japanese folk songs, and should be regarded as rock music rather than reproduction of folk songs.[10][Annotation 8].

footnote

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注 釈

  1. ^ On the other hand, "kayokyoku" for the enka side is sometimes explained as "music that gives pleasure to the ear".[2].
  2. ^ This usage is still used today,Eur-lex.europa.eu eur-lex.europa.euSongs, popular Western musiccoverSong,ChansonPoint toJapanese nameHas a wide category, such as.
  3. ^ "Yomiuri Shimbun"ofShowaIn the article on July 8, 7th, "It's called "Kayokyoku,"Schubert,BrahmsREIT(song), and if you make an early point that it will be broadcast, it is not. It is a popular song sung by Shibuya-san, and when I asked the parties involved in AK (currently NHK Tokyo) why I didn't want to use the term "popular songs" on the broadcast for some reason." It is written in the section of "Japanese song dictionary "Kayokyoku"), and at that time, "Kyokyoku" meant the song of classical music, and NHK side also used the word "popular song". Part of the circumstances that did not exist can be seen.
  4. ^ Some of the history of these wartime eras has a strong tendency to be viewed as taboo, although it is connected to the present "kayokyoku." After the war, the program was "Radio song] To resume. However, in the trend of popular songs after the war, the genealogy of NHK songs tends to be neglected.Aikawa Yumi"It is often that NHK does not look back on the wartime music after the war, and does not look back on the history of "Kokumin Kayo" to "Kokumin Chorus".[6].
  5. ^ Around this time, the term "kayokyoku" is used as music with less emotional expression when compared to the singing method of enka.
  6. ^ 1999 ToP-VINELabel titled "Techno Kayo"Compilation albumAnnounced.
  7. ^ Koizumi 1984Recorded in.
  8. ^ a b Regarding the opinions of Fumio Koizumi and Yoshiaki Sato, "Satoshi Masuda,"Scale theory and popular music research: Theoretical premise of Kayokyoku theory by Fumio Koizumi"Naruto University of Education Bulletin of Art, March 2003, 3, Volume 7, p.18-13, Naruto University of Education".

Source

  1. ^ Kiyomaro Kikuchi. “Feature 2. Popular Japanese Music (End)". Toshiba. 2009/5/31Browse.web fishery
  2. ^ "Enka to Enka Japanese Enka from Paris 1”. JASRAC Endowed Course (October 2002, 10). 2009/5/31Browse.
  3. ^ a b World EncyclopediaSecond edition.
  4. ^ a b Kubo 1991, p.279.
  5. ^ a b c d e "Records from Kansai 120th year, Part 2: Kayokyoku (8) Origin of "Kayokyoku"" ("Kobe newspaper』April 1997, 4 morning edition 13).
  6. ^ "Yumi Aikawa sings "NHK Folk Song-Radio Song"”. Yumi Aikawa Official HP. 2013/2/11Browse. web fishery
  7. ^ Kubo 1991, pp.254-257.
  8. ^ NHK “Kayo Scramble] Commentary on "The Peanuts Special" broadcast in June 2003.
  9. ^ Hiroaki Yomokata "Counterattack of Techno Kayo ~ Part I P-VINE's "Techno Kayo Series"",Hiroaki Shikata "Counterattack of Techno Kayo ~ Part 3 Techno Kayo Excavation Team Goes".
  10. ^ Sato 1999.

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