Furusato 故郷 (OKANO), early-20th C. sentimental Japanese popular song ("My Home"), for SSAA a cappella women’s voices, arr. by Pamela Webb Tubbs

My Home

Composer
OKANO Teiichi
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Lyrics Translation: 1. U-sa-gi o-i-shi, ka-no ya-ma, Ko-bu-na tsu ri-shi, ka-no ka-wa. Yu-me wa i-ma mo me-gu-ri- te. Wa-su-re-ga ta-ki fu-ru sa-to. (1. I hunted rabbits on that mountain; I fished for minnows in that stream. I still dream of my childhood days; how I miss my old country home!) 2. I-ka-ni i-ma-su, chi-chi, ha-ha, Tsu-tsu ga na-shi-ya, to-mo ga-ki. A-me ni ka-ze ni tsu-ke-te-mo. O mo-i i-zu-ru fu-ru sa-to. 2. Mama, Papa, are you well? And my friends? When the rain falls and the wind blows, I recall my happy childhood and mountain home. 3. Ko-ko ro za-shi-’o, ha-ta shi-te, I-tsu no hi-ni-ka, ka-e-ra-n. Ya-ma wa a-o ki, fu-ru sa-to, Mi-zu wa ki-yo-ki, fu-ru sa-to. (3. Someday, when I have done all I set out to do, I will return to my home. The mountains of my home are lush and green; the mountain brook streams pure and clear back in my old country home.)


Score ID
143495
Composer
OKANO Teiichi
Year of composition
1914
Year of arrangement
2013
Lyricist
Tatsuyuko Takano
Difficulty
Easy (Grades 1-3)
Duration
1 minute
Instrumentation
Choir
Genre
Folk music
Instrumental parts
AI, AII, Piano, SI and SII
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