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- Popular songs
- "Furusato" (故郷) (1914)
- "Haru ga kita" (春が来た) (1910)
- "Haru no ogawa" (春の小川) (1912)
- "Hinomaru no hata" (日の丸の旗) (1911)
- "Momiji" (もみじ) (1911)
- "Oborozuki yo" (朧月夜; "Dark Moon Night") for soprano, flute and harp (1914)
- Momotarō's song (1911)
Oborozuki yo (朧月夜; "Dark Moon Night") is a song composed by Teiichi Okano with lyrics by Tatsuyuki Takano. The song was written to pass down the Japanese landscape to posterity. In 1914, the song appeared in the list of "Jinjo Elementary School Songs for 6th-grade," to be taught in the Japanese public school system. It is still sung to this day.
Evening sun goes down in a mustard field.
When I look out over mountain ridges, they are veiled in dense mist.
I feel the spring breeze and I look up at the sky.
Then, the evening moon rises high and it is colored softly.
The lamps of a village, green of the forest,
people who walk along a path between rice paddies,
croaking of a frog and the sound of a temple bell
everything is shrouded in mist on a hazy moonlit night.
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- "文大堂大学 Japanese Language, Arts ＆ Culture 「Japanese Song: Oborozukiyo」". Bundaido University's Japanese Language, Arts ＆ Culture「Japanese Song: Oborozukiyo」. Retrieved 23 February 2022.