Naochika is creating music & videos with lute & oud
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- New Music with the Oldest String Instrument of the Humankind -

I'm a composer, musician & artist from Japan and live in France.
Please visit my YouTube channel

- Sound from the Ancient World - Lute & Oud - The Oldest String Instrument of the Humankind...
The origin of oud belongs to the ancient times and similar instruments were used by the Sumerian, the Babylonian and ancient Egyptian. In Arabic culture, oud is played as "king of the instruments" until today.
The oud found his way to Europe in medieval times it became "lute". During the Renaissance the lute was regarded as "king of the instruments".
Oud and lute have same origins indeed, but they have amazingly different character of sound. They complement optimally each other to express most diverse elements.

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Free Unofficial Recording
$5 or more per month
  • Informed latest activities and releases
  • 10% discount on all merchandise in my shop
  • Monthly free download of the unofficial recording 
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  • Informed latest activities and releases
  • 20% discount on all merchandise in my shop
  • Monthly free download of the unofficial recording
  • Your name is in the description of music and videos 
Music with Your Name
$20 or more per month
  • Informed latest activities and releases
  • 40% discount on all merchandise in my shop
  • Monthly free download of the unofficial recording 
  • Your name is in the description of music and videos
  • After 1 year support, I compose a music includes your name


- New Music with the Oldest String Instrument of the Humankind -

I'm a composer, musician & artist from Japan and live in France.
Please visit my YouTube channel

- Sound from the Ancient World - Lute & Oud - The Oldest String Instrument of the Humankind...
The origin of oud belongs to the ancient times and similar instruments were used by the Sumerian, the Babylonian and ancient Egyptian. In Arabic culture, oud is played as "king of the instruments" until today.
The oud found his way to Europe in medieval times it became "lute". During the Renaissance the lute was regarded as "king of the instruments".
Oud and lute have same origins indeed, but they have amazingly different character of sound. They complement optimally each other to express most diverse elements.

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Tiers
Free Unofficial Recording
$5 or more per month
  • Informed latest activities and releases
  • 10% discount on all merchandise in my shop
  • Monthly free download of the unofficial recording 
Named Description
$10 or more per month
  • Informed latest activities and releases
  • 20% discount on all merchandise in my shop
  • Monthly free download of the unofficial recording
  • Your name is in the description of music and videos 
Music with Your Name
$20 or more per month
  • Informed latest activities and releases
  • 40% discount on all merchandise in my shop
  • Monthly free download of the unofficial recording 
  • Your name is in the description of music and videos
  • After 1 year support, I compose a music includes your name