歌舞伎傑作選(英訳)<br>Masterpieces of Kabuki : Eighteen Plays on Stage

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歌舞伎傑作選(英訳)
Masterpieces of Kabuki : Eighteen Plays on Stage

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  • 製本 Paperback:紙装版/ペーパーバック版/ページ数 384 p.
  • 言語 ENG,ENG
  • 商品コード 9780824827885
  • DDC分類 895.62

基本説明

全4巻にて発祥から明治に至る多様な作品を英訳にて集成した画期的コレクション「カブキ・プレーズ・オン・ステージ」からのベスト・セレクション。
Contains eighteen out-standing dramas taken from the landmark four-volume series Kabuki Plays On Stage.

Full Description


Masterpieces of Kabuki contains eighteen outstanding dramas taken from the landmark four-volume series Kabuki Plays On Stage. Together they cover the entire spectrum of kabuki drama from 1697 to 1905, the period during which kabuki's dramaturgy flourished prior to the onset of Western dramatic influence. Major playwrights, chronological periods of playwriting, and a variety of play types (history, domestic, and dance dramas) and performance styles are represented. All but one are in the current repertory and regularly staged. The volume includes introductions to each play and a new general introduction highlighting kabuki's historical development and relating the plays to their performance context. As the subtitle implies, the plays are translated as if ""on stage."" Stage directions indicate major scenic effects, stage action, costuming, makeup, music, and sound effects. In some cases, complex stage actions such as stage fights are given in detail. The plays collected here are all marvelous examples of dramatic writing, intended to be acted on the stage before audiences. They reveal kabuki's eras of brilliance and bravado, villainy and vengeance, darkness and desire.

Table of Contents

PREFACE                                            ix
INTRODUCTION 1
JAMES R. BRANDON AND SAMUEL L. LEITER
1697 Just a Minute!
Shibaraku 16 (18)
ICHIKAWA DANJURO I, TRANSLATED BY
KATHERINE SALTZMAN-LI
1730 The Stone-Cutting Feat of Kajiwara
Kajiwara Heizo Homare no Ishikir
FROM Miura no Osuke Kobai Tazuna
The Plum-Blossom Reins of Miura no Osuke 34 (46)
HASEGAWA SENSHI AND MATSUDA BUNKODO,
TRANSLATED BY WILLIAM LEE
1745 Summer Festival: Mirror of Osaka
Natsu Matsuri Naniwa Kagami 56 (24)
NAMIKI SOSUKE ET AL., TRANSLATED BY JULIE
A. IEZZI
1766 Japan's Twenty-Four Paragons of Filial
Piety
Honcho Nijushiko 80 (20)
CHIKAMATSU HANJI ET AL., TRANSLATED BY
PAUL M. GRIFFITH
1777 The Precious Incense and Autumn Flowers of
Sendai
Meiboku Sendai Hagi 100(18)
NAGAWA KAMESUKE ET AL., TRANSLATED BY
MATTHEW JOHNSON
1781 The Revenge at Tengajaya
Katakiuchi Tengajayamura 118(22)
NAGAWA KAMESUKE ET AL., TRANSLATED BY
ALAN CUMMINGS
1796 A Message of Love from Yamato
Koi Tayori Yamato Orai 140(18)
NAMIKI SHOZO II AND TATSUOKA MANSAKU,
TRANSLATED BY JAMES R. BRANDON
1799 The Picture Book of the Taiko
Ehon Taikoki 158(22)
CHIKAMATSU YANAGI ET AL., TRANSLATED BY
SAMUEL L. LEITER
1813 The Scandalous Love of Osome and Hisamatsu
Osome Hisamatsu Ukina no Yomiuri 180(18)
TSURUYA NANBOKU IV, TRANSLATED BY VALERIE
L. DURHAM
1823 Kasane
FROM Kesa Kakematsu Narita no Riken
A Surplice-Hanging Pine and the Sharp Sword 198(14)
of Narita
TSURUYA NANBOKU IV AND MATSUI KOZO II
(TEXT), KIYOMOTO SAIBEI (MUSIC),
TRANSLATED BY MARK OSHIMA
1836 Masakado
FROM Yo ni Uto Soma no Furugosho
Filial Love at the Abandoned Soma Palace 212(44)
TAKARADA JUSUKE (TEXT), KISHIZAWA SHIKISA
V (MUSIC), FUJIMA KANJURO II AND
NISHIKAWA SENZO II (CHOREOGRAPHY),
TRANSLATED BY LEONARD C. PRONKO
1851 The Tale of the Martyr of Sakura
Sakura Giminden 224(18)
SEGAWA JOKO III, TRANSLATED BY ANNE
PHILLIPS
1860 The Three Kichisas and the New Year's
First Visit to the Pleasure Quarters
Sannin Kichisa Kuruwa no Hatsugai 242(14)
KAWATAKE MOKUAMI, TRANSLATED BY KEI
HIBINO AND ALAN CUMMINGS
1877 The Woman Student
Onna Shosei Shigeru
FROM Fujibitai Tsukuba no Shigeyama
The Widow's Peak Shaped Like Mount Fuji, 256(22)
The Lush Greenery of Mount Tsukuba
KAWATAKE MOKUAMI, TRANSLATED BY VALERIE
L. DURHAM
1883 The Fishmonger Sogoro
Sakanaya Sogoro
FROM Shin Sarayashiki Tsuki no Amagasa
Moonlit Umbrella at the Dish Palace, New 278(32)
Version
KAWATAKE MOKUAMI, TRANSLATED BY FAITH
BACH
1892 The Dropped Robe
Suo Otoshi 294(16)
FUKUCHI OCHI (TEXT), KINEYA SHOJIRO III
(NAGAUTA), TSURUZAWA YASUTARO (TAKEMOTO),
ICHIKAWA DANJURO IX AND FUJIMA KAN'EMON
II (CHOREOGRAPHY), TRANSLATED BY JULIE A.
IEZZI
1893 The Mirror Lion, A Spring Diversion
Shunkyo Kagami Jishi 310(12)
FUKUCHI OCHI (TEXT), KINEYA SHOJIRO III
(MUSIC), ICHIKAWA DANJURO IX AND FUJIMA
KAN'EMON II (CHOREOGRAPHY), TRANSLATED BY
PAUL M. GRIFFITH
1905 A Sinking Moon over the Lonely Castle
Where the Cuckoo Cries
Hototogisu Kojo Rakugetsu 322(15)
TSUBOUCHI SHOYO, TRANSLATED BY J. THOMAS
RIMER
GLOSSARY 337(6)
SELECTED BIBLIOGRAPHY 343(4)
CONTRIBUTORS 347(2)
INDEX 349(5)
LIST OF PLAYS IN KABUKI PLAYS ON STAGE 354