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taiko

(ˈteɪkəʊ)
n
a large Japanese drum
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Thunderous rhythms of ancestral Japanese taiko drums, along with bamboo flutes and a 13-string instrument are part of a highly visual, energetic performance of "Taikoza," at 4 p.
THEATRE Kodo Using traditional taiko drums, which are made of wood and animal hide, the Kodo Taiko Performing Arts Ensemble has wowed audiences across the world for decades.
The mix of tenants influenced the design of the center such as separation of Japanese drumming organization San Jose Taiko and community media group CreaTV.
The company, which comes to Birmingham next month, is made up of performers who live and breathe taiko drumming.
THERE will be the chance to experience the powerful thundering rhythms of taiko drumming, brought to you by the UK's leading taiko group, and one of the top solo artists in Japan, with mysterious masked choreography, synchronisation timed to perfection, post-apocalyptic martial imagery and infectious humour - all in a spellbinding display of sheer energy.
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Alton Baker Park will echo with thunderous Taiko drumming joined by Japanese folk dancers for the 28th Annual Obon and Taiko Festival.
Continuing on this theme and making it very clear that the louder the beat of the drum, the greater the effect, the Yamoto Taiko Drum Ensemble from Japan will be drumming up a lot of excitement on Friday.
This volume presents seven essays on contemporary research in Asian American dance, including taiko, hip-hop, classical theatrical traditions, and modern/postmodern forms like US modern dance, butoh, postmodern improvisation, and German Neue Tanz.
Entertaining audience with one of the oldest musical instruments from history, drummers from Japan created a mythical atmosphere with the beats of Taiko at the Katara Drama Theatre recently.
Hajime Kitaoka the Consul General of Japan, Sue Snowdon the Lord Lieutenant of Durham, and Kingsley and Sayoko Smith from the North East Japanese Women's Association, were treated to a performance that included taiko drums, brass instruments, stringed instruments, clarinets and a choir.
The 15 Filipino awardees were among the 41 civilian crew members onboard the cargo ship MV Taiko on a mission to implement a United Nations Security Council's resolution requiring the destruction of Syria's chemical weapons.