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Ichikawa, Katsumori

Overview
Works: 207 works in 355 publications in 8 languages and 6,670 library holdings
Genres: Documentary films  Filmed performances  Nonfiction films  Folk dance music  Ethnographic films  Folk music  Music  Dance films  Folk songs  Filmed dance 
Roles: Producer, Author, Director
Classifications: M1627, 780.9
Publication Timeline
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Most widely held works by Katsumori Ichikawa
The JVC video anthology of world music and dance( Visual )

10 editions published between 1988 and 2015 in English and held by 442 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Presents examples of the diversity of musical and dance forms practiced today throughout the world
The JVC Smithsonian Folkways video anthology of music and dance of Africa( Visual )

4 editions published between 1996 and 2005 in 3 languages and held by 426 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Three-part educational project that focuses on local performance styles to present the folk music and dance traditions of Africa. Each disc is accompanied by a booklet of written commentary containing background information to help the viewer better understand the performances
The JVC Smithsonian Folkways video anthology of music and dance of the Americas( Visual )

8 editions published between 1995 and 2005 in English and Multiple languages and held by 396 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Presents a wealth of ethnic music from the Americas. Most segments are short. Includes folk music, folk songs, performances on traditional musical instruments, dances, and religious or ritual performances. The tapes contain no spoken introduction or explanation, but the booklets contain: overview essays that discuss entire traditions; selection descriptions that present information about each cut; and resource material, including suggestions for listening, viewing, and reading. The quality of the recording varies from segment to segment
The JVC video anthology of world music and dance( Visual )

7 editions published between 1990 and 2005 in 6 languages and held by 197 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Presents examples of music and dance from the Yi and Naxi people of Yunnan Province in China, and from Tibet, documented by text
The JVC Smithsonian Folkways video anthology of music and dance of Europe( Visual )

5 editions published between 1996 and 2005 in English and Multiple languages and held by 148 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Concentrates on local performance styles of song, music and dance in various European countries
The JVC/Smithsonian Folkways video anthology of music and dance of the Americas by Michael Doucet( Visual )

4 editions published in 1995 in English and held by 141 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Presents examples of folk music and dance traditions from Canda and the United States
The JVC video anthology of world music and dance. Turkey, Iran, Iraq, Lebanon, Qatar( Visual )

4 editions published between 1989 and 1990 in English and Undetermined and held by 123 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

This is part of the 30-volume JVC Video Anthology of Music and Dance of the World. Turkey - Vol 16. 16-1: Azan - Islamic call to worship. 16-2: Mehter - military music of the Ottoman Empire: "Eski ordu marsi" ("An old army march"). 16-3: Hancer bar - dance of the knives.16-4: Dances from the Gaziantep region. 16-5: Dance from the Black Sea region. 16-6: Dance from the Afyon Region. 16-7: Saz - plucked lute solo. 16-8: Dance from the Silifke region. 16-9: Asik - itinerant musician. 16-10: Sema - Islamic dance of the whirling dervishes. Iran - 16-11: Santur - hammered dulcimer solo: "Nagme-ye karevan". Iraq - 16-12: Bedouin Dance. 16-13 Contemporary Iraqi song: "Ya zahrat al-madiyin". Lebanon - 16-14: Lebanese popular song: "Ya qalbi" 16-15: Belly dance. Qatar -16-16: Traditional songs of the Persian Gulf Arab States. 16-17: Bedouin song and dance. 16-18: Mortar-pounding song. 16-19: Song and dance of welcome
The JVC video anthology of world music and dance. Polynesia, New Zealand( Visual )

4 editions published between 1989 and 1990 in 3 languages and held by 122 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

This is part of the 30-volume JVC Video Anthology of Music and Dance of the World. Polynesia - Vol 30 Tahiti - 30-1: Excerpts from a drama. 30-2: Himene-tarava - song. 30-3: Ote'a - dance with drums. 30-4: Ute - narrative song. 30-5: Aparima - hand dance: "O Vai'ete rahi" ("Magnificent Vai'ete"). Marquesas Islands - 30-6: Putu - song with hand-clapping. 30-7: Song and dance from the Marquesas. 30-8: Tape'a - sitting dance song. Western Samoa - 30-9: Fa'ataupati - men's body slapping dance. 30-10: Ma'ulu'ulu - sitting dance and chorus. 30-11: Sasa - group dance. 30-12: Seated dance. Tonga - 30-13: Ula - standing dance. 30-14: Prelude to ma'ulu'ulu. 30-15: Ma'ulu'ulu - sitting dance while singing. 30-16: Me'etu'upaki - men's paddle dance. 30-17: Lakalaka - men's and women's dance with mixed chorus. Fiji - 30-18: Seasca - women's standing dance. 30-19: Meke wesi - men's spear dance. 30-20: "Isa Lei" ("Farewell Song") Tokelau Islands. 30-21: Songs and dances Cook Islands. 30-22: Kaparima - hand dance: "Taku mann e" ("O my bird"). 30-23: Kaparima - hand dance: "Onakura" 30-24: 'Ura pa'u - drum dance. Tuvalu Islands - 30-25: Fa'atele - dances with songs and percussion. 30-26: Parting song. New Zealand - Maori 30-27: Haka poi-ball dance: "Pa mai" ("Please listen") and "Manu rere" (" A bird's wings"). 30-28: Tititorea - short stick dance: "E hine hoki" ("She will come home to my house") 30-29: Maori love song: "Pokarekare ana."
The JVC video anthology of world music and dance. Thailand & Myanmar (Burma)( Visual )

3 editions published between 1989 and 1990 in English and Undetermined and held by 121 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

This is part of the 30-volume Video Anthology of Music and Dance of the World. Thailand: 7-1: Fawn tien - candle dance. 7-2: Ram sat chatri - ceremonial introduction of dance-drama. 7-3: Khon - masked dance-drama: "Prince Rama's fight with the Devil King Thosakanth, from the Ramakian. 7-4: Dance-drama: "Chui-chai Prahm" ("Chui-chai of a Brahmin") 7-5: Jakhc - three-string zither, with ensemble: "Lao Phaen". 7-6: Khlui - flute solo: "Phya kruan" 7-7: So sam sal - bowed lute solo: "Khaek mon". 7-8: Kruang sal - string ensemhle: "Lao duong duen". 7-9: Molam - song and dance genre. Myanmar (Burma) - 7-10: Classical music in the yo-daya style: "Mo bwe nan thein" ("Song of the rain god"). 7-11 Monkey play. 7-12 Hsaing-waing ensemble: Overture - 7-13: Salutation dance. 7-14 Dance to pray for the protection of the spirits. 7-15: Saung - baris solo. 7-16: Drum dance. 7-17: Dance performance: Pledge of love. 7-18: Puppet dance
The JVC video anthology of world music and dance. North American Indians and Inuit (Eskimos)( Visual )

3 editions published between 1989 and 1990 in Undetermined and English and held by 121 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Volume 27 of the JVC Video Anthology of World Music and Dance features native American traditions of North America, including Inuit drum dances, Canadian Haida totem pole ceremony and potlatch and songs and dances of the Kwakiutl; also included are numerous Nez Perce ceremonial and memorial songs, war dance, and soup dance songs; a Flathead hoop dance; Yakima women's songs, a Shoshone hoop dance and war dance. This video is part of the 30-volume JVC Video Anthology of Music and Dance of the World. THE AMERICAS I - Vol 27 -North American Indians and Inuit (Eskimos). Arctic Circle -27-1: Drum dance. 27-2/3/4: Drum dance/women's drum dance/song duel. 27-5/6/7: Drum dance (two varieties) and talium [women's sitting dance]. 27-8: Drum dance. Canada - Northwest Coast Indians - 27-9/10: Haida totem pole ceremony and potlatch. 27-11: Songs and dances of the Kwakiutl. United States of America - American Indians of the Plateau Region -27-12: "Chief Joseph memorial songs" (Nez Perce) 27-13 Ceremonial song (Nez Perce). 27-14: Song for beginning a pow-pow (Nez Perce). 27-15: Ceremonial song (Nez Perce). 27-16: War dance (Nez Perce). 27-17: Soup dance song (Nez Perce). 27-16: Hoop dance (Flathead). 27-19: "Owl song" and "Coyote song" (Nez Perce). 27-20: War dance (Nez Perce) 27-21 Rabbit dance (Nez Perce). 27-22: Song of Chief Joseph (Nez Perce). 27-23: Song sung by Yakima women. 27-24: War dance (Nez Perce). 27-25: Song for beginning a pow-wow (Nez Perce). 27-26: War dance (Nez Perce). 27-27: Rabbit dance (Nez Perce). 27-28: Hoop dance (Shoshone). 27-29: War dance
The JVC video anthology of world music and dance. India 1( Visual )

3 editions published between 1989 and 1990 in English and Undetermined and held by 121 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

This is part of the 30-volume JVC Video Anthology of Music and Dance of the World. India 1 - Vol 11. 11-1: Bharata natyam - classical dance: A devotional dance to Shiva. 11-2: Kathakall - dance-drama: "Dryodanavadham" from the Mahabharata.11-3: Manipuri - classical dance: "Vasanta Ras" ("Circular dance of spring"). 11-4: Kathak - classical dance: "Panchavati-varnam" (Rama and Sita in the forest - from the Ramayana).11-5: Folk dance from Manipur: "Thougal jagoi" (Prayer for a rich harvest). 11-6: Dhol cholam - drum dance from Manipur. 11-7: Kathak - classical dance: "Tarana."
The JVC video anthology of world music and dance. Poland, Czechoslovakia, Hungary( Visual )

3 editions published between 1989 and 1990 in English and Undetermined and held by 121 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

This video is part of the 30-volume JVC Video Anthology of Music and Dance of the World. Poland - Vol 21 21-1 Folk dance medley from Krosno, Rzeszw area of Eastern Poland 21-2 Zbjnicki - hatchet dance, southeastern Poland, Tatra Mountain area Czechoslovakia 21-3 Cfavá - dance from Haná, central Moravia: ("Hemp is growing") 21-4 Folk song from the Haná area of Moravia: "The lark in the sky" 21-5 Dance music with early instruments: "Aria Hannaco" 21-6: Hatsch - peasant wedding dance of Moravia 21-7: Tuseblied and Radl - festival song and round dance 21-8: Bohemian sword dance. 21-9: Karicka and cardás - dances of eastern Slovakia 21-10: Gypsy songs and dances from Slovakia. Hungary 21-11: Country dance procession from Dunamenti Festival 21-12: Citera - zither ensemhle: "Zavaros a Tiska" ("Muddy is the Tisza's water") 21-13: Tekero - hurdy-gurdy 21-14: Legényes - men's dance 21-15: Legényes with kelimaski gilji - Gypsy dance song 21-16: Hungarian wedding ceremony of Transylvania in Romania
The JVC video anthology of world music and dance. Micronesia, Mariana Islands, Saipan, Melanesia( Visual )

4 editions published between 1989 and 1990 in 3 languages and held by 121 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

This is part of the 30-volume JVC Video Anthology of Music and Dance of the World. Micronesia - Vol 29 Federated States of Micronesia: Pohnpei Island. 29-1: Canoe navigation dance. 29-2: Lehp - marching dance. Commonwealth of the Northern Mariana Islands: Saipan 29-3: Stick dance. 29-4: Dance of welcoming: "Hafa adai" ("Hello") 29-5 Wedding dance 29-6: Dance based on lullabies. Melanesia, Papua New Guinea, The latmul 29-7: Tagarangau - one-stringed tubular zither construction and performance 29-8: Woragutngau - one-stringed tubular zither performance 29-9: Jew's harp performance. 29-10: Sumi - slit-drum performance 29-11: Kul - wood trumpet performance 29-12: Song of the mythical ancestors 29-13: Ensemble of seven bamboo flutes and drum: "Yumanwusmange" village of Aihom The Sawos 29-14: Memorial service in the village of Gaikorobi: prayers and dances for the ancestors; performance of songs and flute music. The Eipo 29-15: Work songs. 29-16: Jew's harp performance Solomon Islands 29-17: Song and dance from Bellona. New Caledonia 29-18: Dance from Tiga 29-19: Dance from Ouvea 29-20: Dance from the eastern side of the main island (New Caledonia) Australia- Australian Aborigines 29-21: Ngalko - dance of the kangaroo 29-22: Balununbir - dance of Venus, the morning star. 29-23: Bomba - dance of the butterfly 29-24: Gomonge - dance of the magpie goose 29-25: Bulunbulun - dance of the spider. 29-26: Larajeje - dance of the fish. 29-27: Baritje - dance of the yam. 29-28: Brolga - dance of the crane
The JVC video anthology of world music and dance. Egypt, Tunisia, Morocco, Mali, Cameroon, Zaire, Tanzania( Visual )

3 editions published between 1989 and 1990 in English and Undetermined and held by 121 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

This is part of the 30-volume JVC Video Anthology of Music and Dance of the World. Egypt - Vol 17. 17-1: Egyptian popular song: "Ana gambak ya kol Iraqi" Tunisia -17-2: Bedouin dance. 17-3: Ma'luf - classical music. Morocco - 17-4: Berber Dance. 17-5: Nawba - classical music selection: prelude to "Sunset". 17-6: Saharan dance: "Iwana". 17-7: Berber street musicians. 17-8: Imdyazn - minstrel. 17-9: Street artists of Marrakech. Mali - The Dogon, 17-10: Masked dance of the Dogon. Cameroon - The Fulbe, 17-11: Praise song for King Iisa. 17-12: Sanza - finger piano performance. 17-13: Balafon - xylophone performance at the Ngawndere palace.17-14: Dummbo - calabash instrument performance. 17-15: Buusaw - animal horn flute performance in front of the Maroua palace. 17-16: Garayya - bowed instrument performance in front of the Dargala palace. 17-17: Minstrel poet of Maroua.17-18: Minstrel poet of Dargala. 17-19: Cowherd's song of Bogo town. 17-20: Drum performance of Guirvidik town. Zaire - The Mhuti 17-21: Dance of the Bambuti. Tanzania - The Masai 17-22: Dance of the Masai
The JVC video anthology of world music and dance. Russia( Visual )

3 editions published between 1989 and 1990 in English and Undetermined and held by 121 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

This is part of the 30-volume Video Anthology of Music and Dance of the World. Russia - Vol 23 23-1: Lyric folk song: "Tsvetiki-tsvetochko" ("Flower") 23-2/3: Khorovod - group dance song 23-4: Wedding song: "lz-za lesu to lesu tiomnogu" ("From beyond the dark forest") 23-5: Lyric folk song: "Belaia berezon ' ka" ("White birch") 23-6: Lyric folk song: "Ne vo nashikh vo poliakh" ("In our fields") 23-7: Lyric folk song: "Ne za rechen 'koi" ("Beyond the river") 23-8: Lyric folk song: "Solovei" ("Nightingale") 23-9: Khorovod song: "Vykhodili krasny devushki" ("The beautiful girls have arrived") 23-10: Winter song: "Po goram devki khodili" ("Girls walking on the knoll") 23-11: Dance for six persons 23-12: Chastushka - folk song of Tarnogskii Gorodok 23-13: Village chorus: "Balalaechka gudit" ("The balalaika sings") 23-14: Spinning song 23-15: Khorovod - group dance song 23-16: Spring song: "Poidiomte devochki" 23-17: Rozhok - wood trumpet ensemble: "Vo luziakh" 23-18: The Briansk-Sverdlovsk Joint Ensemble 23-19: Timonia - dance song of Kursk 23-20: Folk instrument ensemble 23-21: Khorovod - group dance song: "Tatianina matushka meia mela seni" ("The maiden played and danced") 23-22: Children's pliaska [fast dance] 23-23: Lyric folk song: "Oi ty batiushka nash provoslavnyi Tikhii Don" ("Oh, Don River") 23-24: Dance song: "Byl ia rano" ("I came early") 23-25: Historical song: "Aei da na slavnoi bylo bratsy da na rechushke" 23-26: Wedding song: "Rodimaia da mati" 23-27: Lyric folk song: "Lazorevyi tsvetochek" ("Lapis-colored flower") 23-28: Lyric folk song and pliaska [fast dance]: "Uzh ty batiushka, nash bystryi Terek" ("Oh, fast flowing Terek River")
The JVC video anthology of world music and dance. Chad, Cameroon( Visual )

3 editions published between 1989 and 1990 in English and Undetermined and held by 121 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

This is part of the 30-volume JVC Video Anthology of Music and Dance of the World. Chad -- Vol 18 - 18-1: Orchestra of the Town of Mongo. 18-2: Sultan's orchestra of the town of Mao. The Djonkor 18-3: Festival orchestra. 18-4: Dambio - festival dance. 18-5: Hero praise song with kundinge [harp] accompaniment. The Bulala 18-6: Praise song with kukuma [one-string instrument] accompaniment. The Hausa 18-7: Libo - transverse flute performance. The Dangaleat 18-8: Children's dances. The Djaya 18-9: Djele - pleasure dance. 18-10: Bardjat - pleasure dance. The Haddad - 18-11: Djersiss - pleasure dance. Omar-Arab people. 18-12: Al beher - pleasure dance Hemat-Arab people. 18-13: Am haraba - pleasure dance. Cameroon - The Tikar 18-14: Memorial ceremony for King Mkong Moteh. 18-15: Mourning music by a mask clan
The JVC video anthology of world music and dance. Mexico, Cuba, Brazil, Bolivia, Argentina( Visual )

3 editions published between 1989 and 1990 in English and Undetermined and held by 121 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

This video is part of the 30-volume JVC Video Anthology of Music and Dance of the World. Mexico, 28-1 Cancin ranchera - ranch song: "Ay Jalisco. no te rejes" 28-2: Dance with mariachi [string and brass] ensemble: "Jarabe Tapati" ("Mexican hat dance"). Cuba 28-3: Guajira - folk song: "Guantanamera" 28-4: Controversia - dialogue song 28-5: Son [song and dance] at the Casa de la Trova: "Intimate calls" 28-6: Voodoo gathering 28-7: Samba - song and dance form 28-8: Capoeira - dance derived from martial art 28-9 Candomblé - religious observance Bolivia 28-10: Modern folk song: "Qunapaqui" ("Why?") 28-11 Modern folk song: "Waritay" ("My little star") 28-12 Modern folk song: "El Condor Pasa" ("The condor passes") 28-13: Modern folk song: "Manaachu" ("No longer") Argentina 28-14: Tango - dance form: "La Cumparsita" ("The masquerade") 28-15: Tango - dance form: "El Choclo" ("Corn") 28-16: Chorus: "Hail Boca" 28-17: Chamamé - gaucho song: "Merceditas."
The JVC video anthology of world music and dance. Pakistan & Bangladesh( Visual )

3 editions published between 1989 and 1990 in English and Undetermined and held by 121 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

This is part of the 30-volume JVC Video Anthology of Music and Dance of the World. Pakistan - Tape 14. 14-1/2: Qawwali - Sufi group singing. Hamd - song in praise of Allah. Manqabat - song in honor of Sufi saints. 14-3: Trance ritual of bitan (Shaman of Hunza) and instrumental prelude. 14-4: Lolo ban - lyric song played on solo tutek [flute]. 14-5: Bericho surnai - ensemble with surnai [shawmj]14-6: Tarwar - sword dance. 14-7: Trance ritual of bitan (accompaniment for incantation calling forth mountain spirits) Bangladesh: 14-8: Women's dance: "Sonari ansh" ("Golden fiber") 14-9: Mountain folk dance. 14-10: Dance-drama: "Our life."
The JVC video anthology of world music and dance. India 2( Visual )

3 editions published between 1989 and 1990 in English and Undetermined and held by 121 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

This is part of the 30-volume JVC Video Anthology of Music and Dance of the World. India 2. 12-1: Chhau - masked dance of Purulia a: "Mahishasur-vadh" (Killing of the demon Mahishasur) b. "Abhimanyu-vadh" (Death of the young hero Ahhimanyu) 12-2: Chhau - masked dance of Seraikela: a. "Hara-Parvati" ("Shiva and Parvati") b. "Ratri" ("Night") c. "Nabik" ("Boatman"). d. "Mayur" ("Peacock"). 12-3: Yakshagana - dance drama: "Abhimanyu-vadham". 12-4: Geet or bhajan - Hindu devotional song. 12-5: Bhajan - Sikh devotional song
The JVC video anthology of world music and dance. Sri Lanka, Nepal & Bhutan( Visual )

3 editions published between 1989 and 1990 in English and Undetermined and held by 121 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

This is part of the 30-volume JVC Video Anthology of Music and Dance of the World. Sri Lanka - Vol 15. 15-1: Tovil - dance ritual for driving away evil spirits.15-2: Dance based on the Kohomba kankariya ceremony: "Asne". 15-3: Dance based on a ritual to Devol: "Telme". 15-4: Dance from Perahara festival: "Ves". 15-5: Dance based on a ritual to Devol: "Devol". 15-6: Pancha turya - five-instrument ensemble. 15-7: Hunting song of the Vedda. Nepal - 15-8: Gaine [musicians' caste] song with sarangi [bowed lute]: "Krishna murari" 15-9: Dhime, dapa khin, dholak and madal -drum solo.15-10: Dapa khala - Hindu devotional song. 15-11: Lamaist ritual music.15-12: Masked dance-drama: "Mahakali pyakhan". Bhutan - 15-13: Chain - masked dance-drama
 
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