Japanese traditional music and nō-theatre
The Japanese nō-theatre is an almost 700 years old form of stage arts that has been compared to opera and sometimes to Greek tragedy. The carrying roll in nō-theatre is the musical reaching back to the Heian era’s court music gagaku. During the presentation we’ll look at and listen to the instruments used in nō-music, how the singers and choir perform, how the musical development and climax for the play are composed, and how nō-music has changed throughout the centuries.
|Japanese traditional music and nō-theatre||Pühapäev 13:45||221||Maret Nukke, Jaapani uuringute lektor, Tallinna Ülikool||EST|