The Burmese Harp
The Burmese Harp (ビルマの竪琴 Biruma no tategoto?) (also known as Harp of Burma) is a novel by Michio Takeyama. It was first published in 1946 and subsequently made into a film. A translation into English by Howard Hibbett in cooperation with UNESCO, as part of their Contemporary Works Collection, was published in 1966 by Charles E. Tuttle Company. The ISBN is 0-8048-0232-7.
There are two film adaptations:
- The Burmese Harp, black and white 1956 Japanese film by Kon Ichikawa
- The Burmese Harp, color 1985 Japanese film by Kon Ichikawa
- saung, the musical instrument also known as Burmese harp.
- "New Video Releases." Central Park Media. February 8, 2003. Retrieved on October 10, 2009.
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