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Katyusha's song

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"Katyusha's song"
Song
Published1914[1]
Composer(s)Shinpei Nakayama[2]

Katyusha's Song, or "Song of Katyusha"[3] (Japanese language:カチューシャの唄, Kachūsha no Uta[4]) is a Japanese song, which was highly popular in early 20th century Japan. It was composed in the major pentatonic scale by Shinpei Nakayama with lyrics by Soeda Azenbō.[5] The song was sung by Matsui Sumako in a dramatization of Leo Tolstoy's 1899 novel Resurrection,[6] first put on stage in 1914 in Tokyo. [7]

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Influences

Katyusha's song became a national hit in Japan from 1913 onwards,[8] selling 27,000 copies[9] and was taken on by street corner musicians throughout the Japanese empire. It is considered by some music historians as the first example of modern Japanese popular music.[10]

External links

  • Tsuchitori, Toshiyuki. "Soeda Azenbō's Katyusha". YouTube. Retrieved 21 January 2022.

References

This page was last edited on 21 January 2022, at 13:28
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