Performer:
Takezawa Yashichi / 竹澤弥七 (十)

Active Date: 1947/05-1976/10/24
Specialty: Shamisen
Notes: [Living National Treasure];

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ID: 19_1904
Type: album
Play: The Vow of Rokusuke
Production: September 1975

ID: 19_1910
Type: album
Play: The Love of Ohan and Choemon
Production: March 1976

ID: 19_1916
Type: album
Play: The Vow of Rokusuke
Production: September 1975

ID: 22_2215
Type: album
Play: Announcement of Takemoto Aioidayū III's retirement and the assumption of his new name, Takemoto Aioidayū IV', by Aikodayū Takemoto
Production: November 1971

Shamisen

 
February 1968 The Love of Osome and Hisamatsu
 
October 1968 The Color Prints of Kagamiyama
 
May 1969 The Battle of Ichinotani
 
September 1969 The Travel on Mt. Yoshino
 
October 1969 The Twenty-Four Dutiful Sons
 
February 1970 The Battles of Genji and Heike
 
April 1970 Yoshitsune and a Thousand Cherry Trees
 
May 1970 Yoshitsune and a Thousand Cherry Trees
 
July 1970 The Love Suicides at Sonezaki
 
September 1970 Sugawara's Secrets of Calligraphy
 
October 1970 The Love of Ohan and Choemon
 
November 1970 The Love-Inspired Murder
 
February 1971 The Love of Osome and Hisamatsu
 
April 1971 The Teachings for Women
 
May 1971 The Gion Festival
 
July 1971 The Three Oddities
 
October 1971 The Love of Osome and Hisamatsu
  Announcement of Takemoto Aioidayū III's retirement and the assumption of his new name, Takemoto Aioidayū IV', by Aikodayū Takemoto
 
November 1971 Tametomo The Archer General
  Announcement of Takemoto Aioidayū III's retirement and the assumption of his new name, Takemoto Aioidayū IV', by Aikodayū Takemoto
 
January 1972 The Miracle at the Tsubosaka Kannon Temple
 
February 1972 The Courier for Hell
 
April 1972 The Rat's Romance
 
May 1972 Sugawara's Secrets of Calligraphy
 
July 1972 The Bloodshed at Ise
 
September 1972 The Three Oddities
 
October 1972 The League of the 47 Ronin
 
January 1973 The Battle of Sakamoto Castle
 
February 1973 The Adachi Plain in Oshu
 
April 1973 The Love Suicide of Tokubei and Ofusa
 
May 1973 National Theatre The Old Tale of Kusunoki
 
July 1973 The Shank's Mare along the Tokaido Highway
 
September 1973 The Woman-Killer and the Hell of Oil
 
October 1973 The Courier for Hell
 
January 1974 Sugawara's Secrets of Calligraphy
 
September 1974 The Battle of Sakamoto Castle
 
October 1974 Fishing for Wives
 
January 1975 The Battle of Ichinotani
 
February 1975 The Battle of Ichinotani
 
April 1975 Yoshitsune and a Thousand Cherry Trees
 
May 1975 Kagekiyo and His Daughter
 
July 1975 The Woman-Killer and the Hell of Oil
 
September 1975 The Vow of Rokusuke
 
October 1975 The Twenty-Four Dutiful Sons
 
January 1976 The Color Prints of Kagamiyama
 
March 1976 The Love of Ohan and Choemon
 
April 1976 The Story of Priest Roben
 
May 1976 The White Fox of Shinoda
 
July 1976 The Story of Kasane
 
November 1976 The Love Suicide of Hambei and Ochiyo
 
July 1973 The Shank's Mare along the Tokaido Highway
 
September 1971 Bunraku Kanshō Kyōshitsu The Love Suicides at Sonezaki
 
August 1970 The Woman-Killer and the Hell of Oil
 
April 1970 Announcement on the assumption of his new stage name of Tsuruzawa Dōhachi II by Tokutarō Tsuruzawa
 
May 1970 Announcement on the assumption of his new stage name of Tsuruzawa Dōhachi II by Tokutarō Tsuruzawa
 
September 1971 Kōkōsei no tame no Bunraku Kyōshitsu The Love Suicides at Sonezaki

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