taiko


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taiko

(ˈteɪkəʊ)
n
a large Japanese drum
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The first Taiko Studios project may have lost to 'Bao' last February, but joining the Oscar race understandably had a profound effect on the Glendale, California-based animator.
One, two, three, around they run!" As they beat their taiko drums they grow bigger--and more numerous!
Star of the show is the new Taiko PDL M1, a smart picosecond pulsed laser driver.
? Tribe 25 Mugenkyo Taiko Drummers Dudley Town Hall Saturday, May 18, 7.30pm, adults PS20, children PS14 In their landmark 25th year, the UK's original touring Taiko Tribe return to the road with a brand new show of skill, stamina and red-hot rhythms to stir your soul!
The Mugenkyo Taiko Drummers will presentThe Way of the Drum - a journey into the world ofTaiko - at Langholm's Buccleuch Centre tonight from 7.30pm to 9.30pm.
A Cultural Presentation took place which featured a Taiko Performance by the Mindanao Kokusai Daigaku as the opening salvo.
"There's a 10km run every morning through the mountains in Japan, followed by weight training using one of the Taiko (drums) called Shime-daiko that weighs about 12kg," explains drummer/ performer Gen Hidaka.
Taiko drumming has been a part of Japanese culture for centuries and is being kept alive by a super fit, 12-strong troupe - who say they try not to disturb the neighbours!
Summary: Performances from Vietnamese group Japanese Taiko drummers delight fans
class="MsoNormalGabriel Miseda Ogweno and Julius Taiko do not have the money required to join Form One.
The contributing authors discuss sound-walks and soundscapes, interactive electroacoustic music and audio art installations, multisite networked performances, free jazz, and taiko drumming.