10 ENGLISH BOOKS RELATING TO «ZEAMI»
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On the Art of the N_ Drama: The Major Treatises of Zeami
The texts make absorbing reading, but they are difficult in the original, even for specialists.
Zeami, Masakazu Yamazaki, 1984
's Style: The Noh Plays of Zeami
This is the first full-length study of Zeami Motokiyo (1363–1443), generally recognized as the greatest playwright of Japan's classical Noh theater. The book begins with a biography based on the known documents relating to Zeami's life.
Thomas Blenman Hare, 1996
英文版風姿花伝: The Flowering Spirit
It is accompanied by an introduction and a translation of one of Zeami's most celebrated No plays, 'Atsumori'. This is a new translation of 'Fushikaden', the fifteenth-century classic text by Zeami, founder of the No theatre.
: Performance Notes
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: The Noh Actor's Attunement in Practice
Shelley Fenno Quinn's impressive interpretive examination of Zeami's treatises addresses all of these areas as it outlines the development of the playwright's ideas on how best to cultivate attunement between performer and audience.
Shelley Fenno Quinn, 2005
's talks on Sarugaku: an annotated translation of the ...
This work is a translation of the "Sarugaku dangi" ("Talks on Sarugaku"), a collection of comments by the actor, playwright, critic and founding father of the Nt theatre, Zeami (1363-1443).
Zeami, Erika de Poorter, 2003
The Artistry of Aeschylus and Zeami
: A Comparative Study of ...
In fact, in a number of ways Zeami's views are suggestive of how one can
appreciate certain features of the emotionally compelling and religiously and
ethically instructive play, the Persians. However, for an analysis of Aeschylus's
works in ...
McGraw-Hill Encyclopedia of World Drama: An International ...
[DANIEL GEROULD] Zeami Motokiyo d 363-1 443) Japanese playwright, actor,
and theoretician. Zeami Motokiyo was born in 1363 near Nara. His father,
Kannami Kiyotsugu (1333-1384), at first an employee of the Ka- suga temple,
Encyclopedia of Literary Translation Into English: A-L
51-71 Poorter, Erika de, Zeami's Talks on Sarugaku: An Annotated Translation of
the Sarugaku Dang1 with an Introduction on Zeami Motokiyo, Amsterdam:
Gieben, 1986 Quinn, Shelley Fenno, "How to Write a Noh Play: Zeami's Sando", ...
Between Theater and Anthropology
In performances by Euro-Americans, Afro-Americans, Native Americans, and Asians, Richard Schechner has examined carefully the details of performative behavior and has developed models of the performance process useful not only to persons in ...
10 NEWS ITEMS WHICH INCLUDE THE TERM «ZEAMI»
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Japanese Weekend at Garter Lane
... utai (singing), hayashi (musical accompaniment), and dance. It's like a musical, which Kan-ami and Zeami, father and son, created in the fourteenth century. «Waterford Today, Jun 15»
Japan Society Presents NEW AND TRADITIONAL NOH This Weekend
The evening's companion piece, Kiyotsune, a centuries-old masterpiece by Zeami (circa 1400), examines the cruelty of war through the story of a grieving widow ... «Broadway World, May 15»
All change for Kanze noh theater
A descendant of the father and son pair Kan'ami and Zeami who perfected the ancient form of narrative dance-theater in the 14th century, Kiyokazu inherited his ... «The Japan Times, Mar 15»
The Samurai Warrior on the Noh stage
The play, “Kiyotsune,” to be performed in excerpt at the Orvis Auditorium, is a masterpiece of Zeami (1363-1443), called by as many as the Shakespeare of Noh. «The University of Hawaii Kaleo, Feb 15»
The Samurai Warrior on the Noh stage at UH Mānoa
Written by Zeami (1363–1443), Noh's creative genius, the play is firmly grounded in the emotional trauma of a husband and wife separated by death, much as ... «UH System Current News, Jan 15»
Lunedì al teatro Garibaldi di Rio "Senza capo né coda"
Uno spettacolo per bambini, a cura di Elba Danza in collaborazione con Fattoria Instabile, di e con Alessia Zeami e Francesca Ria. appuntamenti. Indietro. «Tirreno Elba News, Jan 15»
VOX POPULI: Cabinet's review of top law criticized as 'hocus-pocus'
... of the Heike), a war epic believed to have been created in the 13th century, and in a Noh play said to be written by master playwright Zeami (ca 1363-1443). «Asahi Shimbun, Oct 14»
“Teika”: A Work of All-Consuming Passion from the Nō Repertoire
Such endings are typical of plays by Zeami. But with Zenchiku's Teika, the joy of being liberated is short-lived, for the princess returns to her former grave, ... «Nippon.com, Sep 14»
SAT publica nueva lista de contribuyentes fraudulentos
... Ultraconstructora de México, Urbanizaciones Eficientes, Corporativo Bruvasa, Consorcio Fedvel y Consorcio Zeami, además de Grupo Gubamo, Grupo Isnos, ... «El Economista, Aug 14»
100 Famous Directors' Rules of Filmmaking
I believe this is what the medieval Noh playwright and theorist Zeami meant by 'watching with a detached gaze.'” linklater. Richard Linklater. “There are a million ... «Flavorwire, Jul 14»