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  1. Niktilar
    Chymes Of Freedom - Waiting For The Mystery Train music CD album at CD Universe, The Chymes of Freedom, from the Pacific Northwest, carry on the \'s folk-rock.
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  2. Grok
    Yosa Buson () was a haiku poet in the Edo era and also active as a painter. Therefore, his haiku has a feature that highlights a visual image clearly. Buson honored the great master of haiku Matsuo Basho () and his style of the poetry. The haiku poems of the famous Japanese poets.
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  3. Faezahn
    This is a haiku by Kobayashi Issa ( – ), one of Japan’s most prolific poets and considered one of the four haiku masters, together with Bashō, Buson and Shiki. His real name was Kobayashi Yataro, but eventually took the pen name Issa, which means “cup of tea”.
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  4. Junos
    Haiku of Buson. Modernistic six lines: Most haiku poems make do with 3 lines, and the traditional, Japanese poetic form consists of 17 syllables arranged in three lines of 5, 7, and 5 syllables each. For translations the old rules may nor may not be adhered to throughout. Haiku derives from the Japanese verse form tanka, which is one thousand years old.
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  5. Shaktihn
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  6. Mimi
    Haiku by Buson. composer. Sir John Tavener () author of text Buy by post £ This album is not yet available for download SACDA Super-Audio CD» More. Details. Polyphony, Stephen Layton (conductor) Track 4 on CDA [1'01] Track 4 on SACDA [1'01] Super-Audio CD. English Français Deutsch Buson (?-?) Track-specific.
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  7. Bamuro
    Stephen Layton music CDs Gabrielli: o Magnun Mysterium6 - G. Lotti: Cruxifixus5 - G. 1 - G. Allegri: Miserere Mei2 - G. Monteverdi: Adoramus te9 - C. Gabrielli: Jubilate Deo12 - William Byrd: Nunc Dimittis13 - T. Cavalli: Salve Regina11 - G. L. de Victoria: Agnus dei (Missa: o Quam Gloriosum)8 - C. Monteverdi: Cantate Domino10 - F. Pierluigi Da Palestrina: tu es Petrus7 - T. Pierluigi Da.
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  8. Akirg
    eds., Haiku Master Buson (), lonelier than last year ~ end of an autumn day Gilles Fabre, “75 Haikus de Buson,” Haiku Spirit Web site Still lonelier Than last year; Autumn evening. R.H. Blyth, A History of Haiku 1 (), More than last year, I now feel solitude; this autumn twilight. Saga Hiroo (after Yuki Sawa and Edith M.
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