Noh Dance - waki nō l& 2 Shura mono l&& or ashura nō l l&& warrior plays 3 Katsura mono l& wig plays or onna mono l& woman

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2/10/11 Noh ( l ) is a major form of classical Japanese musical drama that has been performed since the 14th century. Many characters are masked, with men playing
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2/10/11 Noh Dance Roles There are four major categories of Noh performers: shite , waki , ky gen ō , and hayashi .
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2/10/11
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2/10/11 Nochishite
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2/10/11 Waki- Wakitsure
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2/10/11 Kyogen
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2/10/11 Hayashi-kata
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2/10/11 Noh Dance Categories 1. Kami mono ( l & ) or
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Unformatted text preview: waki nō ( l & ) 2. Shura mono ( l & & ) or ashura nō ( l l & & , warrior plays) 3. Katsura mono ( l & , wig plays) or onna mono ( l & , woman plays) 4. kyōran mono h ( l & & , onryō mono ( l & & ) or genzai mono ( l & & ) 2/10/11 Kami mono or waki no 2/10/11 Shura mono 2/10/11 Katsura mono or Onna mono 2/10/11 Kyoran mono or Onryo mono 2/10/11 Kiri no or Oni mono 2/10/11 Noh Dance Stage 2/10/11 2/10/11 M asks 2/10/11...
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This note was uploaded on 02/08/2011 for the course JAPANESE 451 taught by Professor Goto during the Fall '10 term at Rutgers.

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Noh Dance - waki nō l& 2 Shura mono l&& or ashura nō l l&& warrior plays 3 Katsura mono l& wig plays or onna mono l& woman

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