Gagaku ( 雅楽 , ancient imperial court music and dances,  lit. "elegant music") is a type of Japanese classical music that has been performed at the Imperial Court in Kyoto for several centuries and today by the Board of Ceremonies at the Tokyo Imperial Palace . This kind of music was first imported into Japan from China; however, artistically it differs from the music of the corresponding Chinese form yayue which is a term reserved for ceremonial music.  Gagaku consists of three primary repertoires:
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