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Basic
  B08 Fundamentals of Japanese --Uehara and Kiyose
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B14
Modern Japanese Reader --Hibbett and Itasaka
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B21
An Integrated Course in Elementary Japanese
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B22
Lessons in Composition and Oral Presentation
    1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10a 10b Special Lesson      
 
B23.01-.05
Everyday Listening in 50 Days
                                     
Advanced
 
A36.01-.02
J301, An Integrated Approach to Intermediate Japanese
 
A38
                     
 
A44
Introductions to authors for J401
                       
    1 2 3                            
 
A46.01-.02
J401-402 listening comprehension
 
A47.01-.02
Formal Expressions for Japanese Interaction
 
A49
J401/501 Basic Text
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A51.01-.04
J402/502 Interviews
 
A52
People Who Played Important Roles in Japan's Modernization
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A53.01
J461/506 Literary Japanese
 
A54.01
Bonjinsha - Listening Tasks for 40 Topics Volume 2
 
A55
interviews for J402
     

1. Saburo Shiroyama 1
2. Saburo Shiroyama 2
3. Saburo Shiroyama 3
4. Watanabe Junichi 1
5. Watanabe Junichi 2
6. Seidensticker
7. Ikeda Masuo 1
8. Ikeda Masuo 1 continued
9. Ikeda Masuo 2

10. Ikeda Yasaburo 1
11. Ikeda Yasaburo 2
12. Ikeda Yasaburo 2 continued
13. Minacomi Tsutomu
14. Hiraiwa Yumie 1
15. Hiraiwa Yumie 2
16. Eto Jun 1
17. Eto Jun 2
             
                                     
Conversations
 
C04.01-.02
A Salary Worker's Day --Chaplin and Martin
 
C07.01
Katakana Practice for Recognition
                                     
Culture
 
K02
Songs and Sounds of the Orient
   

1 "Kabuki" woodblocks, Qiuza traffic, "Chin-dou-ya" musicians, miniature shrine parade, Street float, Dept. store, Tokyo station, wind bells, young "Geisha",  "Tempura" cooking, waitresses, "Kabuki" Dance, "Geisha" party, "Sake" House, Symphony Concert, Potatoe vender, Noodle vender, Fire warden
2  Songs: Introduction
3 Tanko-Bushi (Coal Miner's Song)
4 Soran-Bushi (Fisherman's Song)
5 Medley: Children's Song
6 Sakura (Cherry Blossoms)
7 Sounds: Hong Kong, Bangkok, Singapore
8 Songs: Introduction
9 A-ri-rang (Korean-Lover's Lament)
10 Tauka Mek (Okinawan-Fiserman's Song)
11 Chueru Mong Chum Kwen (Chinese- Orchestral, Modern, Jazz Idiom)
12 Imam (Malasian- Orchestral, Modern, Jazz Idiom)

 
K03.01
Yan and the Japanese People
 
K04.01
Midori No Kisetsu
                                     
Literature
 
L01
                         
 
L02
Noh plays: Hagaromo, Kantan, Matsukaze, Hanjo, Fujito, Kitosuma
    01 Hagaromo / Attributed to Zeami / Shite / Tatsuo Sakamura /Komparu School pt 2        
    02 Kantan / Zeami / Shite: Hisao Kanze, Kanze School pt 2              
    03 Himura and Kagura (Music only)                      
    05 Yoro - Kagetsu - Eboshiori - Shun'ei - Kikujidô - Tako - Ômi-hakkei - Teika-Ichij-dai pt 2 pt 3    
    06 Tadamori (complete w/ chorus)                      
    07 Yorimasa (incomplete, w/ chorus) / Tomonaga (incomplete, solo) pt 2 pt 3        
    08a 1. Tsunemasa (complete w/ chorus) 2.  Kiyotsune (excerpt, solo)          
    08B Kiyotsune pt 2 pt 3 pt 4 pt 5 pt 6                  
    09 Matsukaze (w/ accompaniment) pt 2 pt 3 pt 4 pt 5 pt 6 pt 7          
    12 Kumano pt 2 pt 3                        
    13 Hajitomi (w/ chorus) pt 2 pt 3 pt 4 (end cut off)                
    19 1. So–shi-Arai-Komachi 2. Nakano-mai (music)                
    25 Kosode Soga pt 2 pt 3                      
    26 Hajitomi pt 2 pt 3 pt 4                      
    27 Kagetsu pt 2 pt 3 pt 4 - Matsumushi & Hachinoki              
    30 Fuji Taiko pt 2 pt 3 pt 4                      
    31 Hanjo pt 2 pt 3 - Fujito pt 4                     
    43 Funabenkei pt 2 pt 3 pt 4                      
    44 Kurama-Tengu pt 2 pt 3 pt 4                    
    46 Sesshôseki; Kappo pt 2 pt 3 pt 4                    
    48 1. Tsuchiguma (incomplete) 2. Ama (incomplete) 3. Kuzu (incomplete)        
      4. Tsuchigumo (incomplete) 5. Ama (incomplete, solo) 6. Kuzu (incomplete, solo)  
     
49
Ukai (incomplete, solo); Nomori (incomplete, solo); Adachi-ga-Hara (incomplete, solo); Kokaji (incomplete, solo); Kumasaka (incomplete, solo); Sho–jo–, Ebira & So–shi-Arai-Komachi
                           
      50 Hagoromo & Miidera (solo)                        
      51 1. Sanemori 2. Tamura 3. Yashima                    
      52 Chikubu-Shima (complete)                        
      53 The Shunkan pt 2 pt 3 pt 4 pt 5                    
      55 1. Tomoe (excerpts) 2. Atsumori (excerpts)              
        3. Yobige (Kyôgen) 4. Matsukaze; Sotoba-Komachi (excerpts)          
      57 Semimaru pt 2 pt 3 Sotoba-Komachi pt 4                 
      58 Kogô pt 2 pt 3 - Tamakatsura pt 4                    
      60 1. Shôson (excerpts) Kiso (excerpts) 2. Kagekiyo 3. Sumidagawda        
    61 Noh Drama Excerpts, Kita Noh Troupe                    
      1. excerpt from "Hagoromo" (Feather Garment of an Angel); it begins at the point where the angel
starts to dance, that is, at the climax of the whole composition
 
      2. excerpt from "Shakkyo" (The Bridge of Stone); it comprises the section in which the lion becomes
intoxicated by the beauty of the blossoming peony flowers, and dances in ecstasy, that is, the most
important part of the composition
 
    62 Kitsune Zuka, The Fox's Grave (comedy) pt 2                  
    63 Hagoromo pt 2                          
    64 Kantan pt 2                          
 
L03
                 
 
L04.01-.02
c Koken Rakugo Meijin Yose
 
LI1
Aoi Sanmyaku --Ishizaka Yojiro
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Music
  M01.01 Toshiba Singing Angels
   

1 Haru ga kita = Spring has come
2 Oboro zukiyo = The dim moonlight
3 Mura no kaji ya = The village blacksmith
4 Umi = The sea 
5 Mura matsuri = Village festival
6 Momiji = Maple trees

7 Sakura = Cherry blossoms
8 Komori uta = Japanese lullaby
9 Watakushi no ningyo = My doll
10 Fujiyama= Mount Fuji
11 Haru no ogawa = By the brook
12 To ryan se = On the way to the temple
     
  M01.03 Songs by Japan's Yukiji Asaoka
   

Lullaby of Leaves
One More Lemon Tea
Man and Woman
My Secret
Pink Rose
Waltz of Hearts

The Secret
Dried Lips
Lies, Lies, Lies
10 Black Cat
11 Ginza Okesa (Folk Dance from Ginza Street)
12  Modern Alphabet Song

       
  M01.04-.07 Songs by Japan's Yukiji Asaoka (no contents listed)
    Southern (Kyuushuu) area 1 1 2 3 4 5 6            
    Chuugoku (Midwestern) area 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10    
    North-eastern area 2 1 2 3 4 5 6 7          
   

North-eastern area 1

1 2 3 4 5 6 7          
  M01.08 Songs for children
   

Moon on the Ruined Castle
Flowers
Japan Bridge
Red Dragonly
Old Home
Weeping Willow

Solitude
Song of the bench
Cherry Blossom Time
10  Tender Lover
11  Springtime
12  Sunset
             
  M01.09 Japanese 651: Songs and Musical Instruments
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  M01.10 Nagauta Example: Fuji musume (excerpts) Sung by Yoshimura Ijuro            
  M02.01 Japanese Pop tunes (1930's and 40's)
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M02.03
China Night:  World Famous Japanese Hit Melodies
   

China Night
Japanese rumba
Gomennasai
The Soba Song

                         
 
M04.01

Nirvana Symphonie --by Toshiro Mayazumi NHK Symphony Orchestra with Chorus; conducted by Wilhelm Schüchter

   

Nirvana Symphony: Campanology I; Suramgamah; Campanology II; Mahaprajnaparamita; Campanology III; Finale

 
 
M04.02
Japanese Classical Music
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M14.01
       
 
M14.02
Classical Japanese Koto Music, Izumi-Kai Original Instrumental Group
   

Rokudan
Midare
Godan-Kinuta
Chidor
i5  Haru-no-Kyoku

                         
 
M14.03
Koto and Flute --Kimio Eto and the flute of Bud Shank
   

Hara Nu Umi
Hara No Otozure
Tanija No Suisha
Soyo Kaze
March

Chidori No Kyoku
Yachiyo Jishi
Yorokobi
Lullaby
                 
 
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