|LC Classifications||PN2928.Z43 S45 1985|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||184 p.,  p. of plates :|
|Number of Pages||184|
|LC Control Number||85209132|
Masaru Sekine is the author of Ze-Ami & His Theories of Noh Drama ( avg rating, 2 ratings, 0 reviews, published ), Yeats and the Noh ( avg ra 3/5(3). The single reference to Yeats in Sekine’s absorbing study occurs in a discussion of the inherent spirituality of Ze-Ami’s art which is grounded in the Zen concept of negating selfhood, the ego becoming at one with the universe. The author suggests that it is precisely this feature of Noh which explains why the Western mind (exemplified by Yeats) has been so intrigued by such a highly Author: Richard Taylor. A useful introduction to the classical dance-drama of Japan, this covers the history of Noh; the various groups of Noh plays; training, acting, and writing a play; various competitions; and trades of Quotes from Ze-Ami's essays are also inclu Read more. Ze ami and His Theories of Noh Drama Book Summary: A useful introduction to the classical dance-drama of Japan, this covers the history of Noh; the various groups of Noh plays; training, acting, and writing a play; various competitions; and trades of acting. Quotes from Ze-Ami's essays are also included.
ISBN x cm. For over five centuries the essays of Ze-Ami – considered, with his father Kan-Ami, to be the founder of Noh, the classical dance-drama of Japan – were kept secret. They were not shown to more than one Noh actor in each generation until recently. Though they contain a large number of paradoxes and contradictory statements as well as a great deal of. Ze-Ami and his Theories of Noh Drama 作者: Masaru Sekine 出版社: Dufour Editions 出版年: 页数: 定价: $ 装帧: 精装 ISBN: 豆瓣评分Author: Masaru Sekine. Ze-Ami and His Theories of Noh Drama. Gerrards Cross, England: CoUn Smythe, Pp. $ If Zeami had ever been a popular subject of Author: Leonard C. Pronko. Zeami Motokiyo (世阿弥 元清) (c. – c. ), also called Kanze Motokiyo (観世 元清), was a Japanese aesthetician, actor, and father, Kan'ami, introduced him to Noh theater performance at a young age, and found that he was a skilled actor. Kan'ami was also skilled in acting and formed a family theater ensemble. As it grew in popularity, Zeami had the opportunity.
Noh drama, with its extreme stylization, use of a chorus, dancing, stylized costumes and masks, and relationship to religious ritual, is actually closer to ancient Greek, especially Aeschylean. SOURCE: Sekine, Masaru. “The History of Noh.” In Ze-ami and His Theories of Noh Drama, pp. Gerrards Cross, England: Colin Smythe, [In the following essay, Sekine traces the. Ze-Ami and His Theories of Noh Drama Masaru Sekine For over five centuries the essays of Ze-Ami, considered to be the founder of Noh, were kept secret, until recently shown to no more than one Noh actor in each generation. J. Thomas Rimer, Professor Emeritus of Japanese Literature, Theatre, and Art at the University of Pittsburgh, has written widely on Japanese culture. Yamazaki Masakazu, Professor Emeritus at Osaka University, is an award-winning playwright whose collected works .