Miyagi University of Education
ACADEMIC FIELD & RESEARCH
Musicology and ethnomusicology (shamisen music, traditional music in Japan and Asia, music activities in the Japanese colonial era, music activities in school education)
In this study group, I would like to consider two themes: “Music activities in schools” and “Music activities in local cities.”
- OSHIO, Satomi 2019 “Traditional Music and World Music in Japanese School Education,” Journal of Chinese Ritual, Theatre and Folklore, vol. 203, pp. 73–110.
- OSHIO, Satomi & TERADA Mihoko, 2019, “4. Nagauta,” in Study Group Connecting Education and Research on Japanese Traditional Music (edited); TOKUMARU Yosihiko (supervised) 2019 Shōga de manabu Nihon ongaku [Japanese music learning with shōga (mnemonic singing)] with 2 DVDs, Tokyo: Ongaku no Tomo sha Corp, pp. 84–99.
- OSHIO, Satomi, 2015, Nihon no oto, Nihon no ongaku [Japanese sound and Japanese Music], Tokyo: Arisu kan.
- OSHIO, Satomi 2014, “Ongaku men kara mita Akiuno Taue Odori [Akiu no Taue Odori from the musical perspective],” Sendai-shi Kyōiku Iinkai, “Akiu Taue Odori” no rekishi to genzaiTa : Akiu no Taue Odori minzoku bunkazai chōsa (Sendai-shi Bunkazai Chōsa Hōkokusho 421) [The History and Present of “Akiu Taue Odori”—Akiho no Taue Odori Folk Cultural Property Survey (Sendai City Cultural Property Survey Report No. 421)], Sendai: Sendaishi Kyōiku Iinkai, pp. 232–282.
- OSHIO, Satomi, 2013, Higashi Nihon Daishinsai go no Ongaku katsudō [Survey on music activities after the Great East Japan Earthquake] (3 volumes), Sendai: Oshio Research Laboratory, Miyagi University of Education.