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Gi Gakusei was a [[scholar-aristocracy of Ryukyu|Ryukyuan scholar-bureaucrat]] known for his superb skills at music and at reciting Chinese poetry from memory. He served as a musician (''gakushi'') on the [[1842]] [[Ryukyuan embassy to Edo]].
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Gi Gakusei was a [[scholar-aristocracy of Ryukyu|Ryukyuan scholar-bureaucrat]] known for his superb skills at music and at reciting Chinese poetry from memory. He was promoted in [[1837]] to a rank entitled to wear a yellow [[hachimaki|court cap]], and was also appointed at that time to serve as a musician (''gakushi'') on the [[1842]] [[Ryukyuan embassy to Edo]].
  
 
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Latest revision as of 03:04, 13 July 2017

  • Born: 1806/8/29
  • Japanese: 学誠 (Gi Gakusei)

Gi Gakusei was a Ryukyuan scholar-bureaucrat known for his superb skills at music and at reciting Chinese poetry from memory. He was promoted in 1837 to a rank entitled to wear a yellow court cap, and was also appointed at that time to serve as a musician (gakushi) on the 1842 Ryukyuan embassy to Edo.

[edit] References

  • Itaya Tôru 板谷徹, “Kafu ni mirareru geinô shiryô 2: Edo nobori” 家譜に見られる芸能史料, Musa ムーサ 9 (2008), 180.
  • Liao Zhenpei 廖真珮, "Ryûkyû kyûtei ni okeru Chûgoku kei ongaku no ensô to denshô" 琉球宮廷における中国系音楽の演奏と伝承, in Uzagaku no fukugen ni mukete 御座楽の復元に向けて, Naha, Okinawa: Uzagaku fukugen ensô kenkyûkai 御座楽復元演奏研究会 (2007), 124.
  • Naha shishi 那覇市史, vol 6 上, Naha City Museum of History (1980), 44-45.
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