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from Songs of my land by Chiyomi Yamada

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(from The Tale of the Heike)

“The sound of the Gion Shōja bells echoes the impermanence of all things” is a passage from The Tale of the Heike from the 13th century.

The expression “all things are impermanent” encapsulates the core of Buddhist philosophy, emphasizing the continuous transformation of all phenomena. This philosophy is deeply integrated into the Japanese sense of aesthetics, which finds beauty in the very essence of change and impermanence.


祇園精舎 (平家物語より)

祇園精舎の鐘の声 諸行無常の響きあり


from Songs of my land, released March 1, 2024


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Chiyomi Yamada Kumamoto, Japan

Singer of European Ancient Music and Japanese Traditional Folklore.
Traveller between musical worlds and ages searching for the eternal link between music and the human soul.
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