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Anata No Mono Yo
Written by Takao Saeki and Kouka Sassa
Performed by Noriko Awaya
Courtesy of Columbia Music Entertainment, Inc.
Ginza No Yanagi
(1932)
Music by Shinpei Nakayama (as Shimpei Nakayama)
Lyrics by Yaso Saijo
Performed by Fumiko Yotsuya
Matsu No Midori
Written by Rokusaburo Kineya
Performed by David Okihiro
Rira No Hanakage
Written by Masao Koga and Keiko Kurauchi
Performed by Noriko Awaya
Courtesy of Columbia Music Entertainment, Inc.
Tsugaru Jyangara Bushi
Traditional
Performed by Tateo Takahashi
Gion Kouta
(1930)
Written by Kouka Sassa
Performed by Masakazu Yoshizawa and Hiromi Hashibe
Tosa No Sunayama
Traditional
Performed by Tateo Takahashi
Rokudan
Written by Kengyo Yatsuhashi
Performed by Zumi-Kai Original Instrumental Group
Courtesy of Delta Entertainment Corporation
Under license from Bescol, Ltd.
Genroku Hanami Odori
Written by Shôjiro Kineya
Arranged by Masakazu Yoshizawa
Performed by Hiromi Hashibe
Midare
Written by Kengyo Yatsuhashi
Performed by Zumi-Kai Original Instrumental Group
Courtesy of Delta Entertainment Corporation
Under license from Bescol, Ltd.
Tosa No Sunayama
Traditional
Performed by Rinshoue Kida
Courtesy of King Record Co. Ltd.
Tiger Rag
(1918)
Music by Henry Ragas (as H.W. Ragas), Nick LaRocca (as D.J. La Rocca), Larry Shields (as L. Shields),
Tony Sbarbaro (as A. Sbarbaro), and Edwin B. Edwards (as E.B. Edwards)
Lyrics by Harry DeCosta (as Harry Da Costa)
Performed by Tadaharu Nakano & Columbia Nakano Rhythm Boys
Courtesy of Columbia Music Entertainment, Inc.
Tsugaru Yosare Bushi
Traditional
Performed by Tateo Takahashi
Spring Dance
Written by Masakazu Yoshizawa
Performed by Masakazu Yoshizawa and Hiromi Hashibe
Kanjincho (The Subscription List)
(ca 1840)
Written by Rokusaburo Kineya (as Kineya Rokusaburo)
Performed by Ensemble Nipponia
Courtesy of Nonesuch Records
By Arrangement with Warner Music Group Film & TV Licensing
Ocho
Traditional
Performed by Azuma Kabuki Musicians featuring Katsutoji Kineya, Rosen Tosha, and Shozaburo Matsushima
Courtesy of Columbia Music Entertainment, Inc.
Nagare
Traditional
Performed by Azuma Kabuki Musicians featuring Katsutoji Kineya, Rosen Tosha, and Shozaburo Matsushima
Courtesy of Columbia Music Entertainment, Inc.
Shika No Tone (Distant Calls of Deer)
Written by Kinko Kurosawa
Performed by Tajima Tadashi
Courtesy of Network Medien GmbH Frankfurt Germany
Bairo 1
Traditional
Arranged by Tadamaro Ohno
Musume Dojoji (The Maiden at the Dojo Temple)
(1753)
Written by Kineya Yasaburo
Performed by Ensemble Nipponia
Courtesy of Nonesuch Records
By Arrangement with Warner Music Group Film & TV Licensing
Ogi No Mato (The Folding Fan as a Target)
Traditional
Performed by Ensemble Nipponia
Courtesy of Nonesuch Records
By Arrangement with Warner Music Group Film & TV Licensing
Tokyo Boogie Woogie
(1948)
Music by Ryôichi Hattori
Lyrics by Masaru Suzuki
Performed by Aiko Bingo & The Club Nisei Orchestra
Courtesy of Cord International/Hana Ola Records and 49th State Hawaii Records
Bei Mir Bist Du Schon (Means That You're Grand)
(1933)
Written by Jacob Jacobs and Sholom Secunda
English Lyrics by Sammy Cahn, Saul Chaplin (as Saul I. Chaplin) (1937)
Performed by The Andrews Sisters
Courtesy of Geffen Records
Under license from Universal Music Enterprises
Plum Flower and a Soldier
Written by Utami Nanjo and Haruo Kurawaka
Performed by Yoshio Tabata
Courtesy of Teichiku Entertainment, Inc.
Three Little Sisters
(1942)
Music by Vic Mizzy
Lyrics by Irving Taylor
Performed by Dinah Shore

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