Rexroth: One hundred poems from the Japanese

The Crying Plovers

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  1. There is a great purity to this music, as if all the gross particles of feeling have been refined to a spiritual essence. This is what differentiates high culture, if there even is such a thing any more, from popular entertainments. It’s so refined that it enables us to experience an original and fundamental emotion, without have to wallow in any trendy cultural crudity. No doubt this is the result of a long and deep experience with music — and also with the life of the emotions and intellect.

I Have Always Known

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I Have Always Known (Live Version)

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This Is Not The Moon

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The Mists Rise Over Asuka

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