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Author: Zeami
ISBN: 4770024991
Language: English
Pages: 183 pages
Category: Performing Arts
Publisher: Kodansha International; 1 edition (May 12, 2006)
Rating: 4.2
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The Flowering Spirit is a new translation of Fushikaden, the 15thcentury classic text by Zeami, founder of. .

The Flowering Spirit is a new translation of Fushikaden, the 15thcentury classic text by Zeami, founder of the No theater. Written sometime between 1400 and 1418, Fushikaden became a secret, sought-after guide to life for Zeamis acting troupe. Although Fushikaden is about No drama, Zeami incorporated into his text his philosophical outlook on the art of lifethe wayand how one goes about living according to these principles, providing invaluable teachings on the aesthetics and spiritual culture of Japan. No was the art form of choice for the samurai class; and many of its principles echo those of the martial arts.

The Flowering Spirit is a new translation of Fushikaden, the 15thcentury classic text by Zeami, founder of.

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The Flowering Spirit: Classic Teachings on the Art of Nō. 『風姿花伝』世阿弥, Flowering Spirit by Zeami-- Unless you keep it secret, it cannot be the flower Since written in the 15th century, this has become the most known, profound and mysterious philosophy of art i. 『風姿花伝』世阿弥, Flowering Spirit by Zeami-- Unless you keep it secret, it cannot be the flower Since written in the 15th century, this has become the most known, profound and mysterious philosophy of art in Japan. the essence of our cultural spirit.

The Flowering Spirit is a new translation of Fushikaden, the 15thcentury classic text by Zeami, founder of the No theater

The Flowering Spirit is a new translation of Fushikaden, the 15thcentury classic text by Zeami, founder of the No theater. The Japanese dramatic art of Noh has a rich six-hundred-year history and has had a huge influence on Japanese culture and such Western artists as Ezra Pound and William Butler Yeats.

One of the most important performances of Zeami's career occurred in 1394. At that time, Ashikaga Yoshimitsu visited the Kasuga shrine in Nara and Zeami performed during the visit. It was a significant political event, so Zeami was likely a well known artist then. He gave two significant performances for the Shōgun in 1399, one of which could have been attended by Emperor Go-Komatsu. He eventually reached the stature of a celebrity and wrote a significant amount between 1418 and 1428.

The Flowering Spirit: Classic Teachings on the Art of Nō, Zeami, William Scott Wilson (t., Kodansha International, Tokyo, Japan, 2006, ISBN 4-7700-2499-1 (Fūshi kaden translated). Zeami: Performance Notes, 2008, Tom Hare (t., Columbia University Press, ISBN 978-0-231-13958-8. Zeami Motokiyo - (jap. 世阿弥 元清, 1363; † 1443) war eine wichtige Person des japanischen Nō Theaters. Als Dramatiker, Theoretiker und Schauspieler des Nō trat er bereits als Jugendlicher vor dem Shōgun Yoshimitsu auf. Dieser förderte verschiedene Kunstformen i.

The Flowering Spirit is a new translation of Fushikaden, the 15thcentury classic text by Zeami, founder of the No theater. Written sometime between 1400 and 1418, Fushikaden became a secret, sought-after guide to life for Zeamis acting troupe. Not until the latter part of the 19th century did Fushikaden gradually begin to make its way into the hands of the general public. Although Fushikaden is about No drama, Zeami incorporated into his text his philosophical outlook on the art of lifethe wayand how one goes about living according to these principles, providing invaluable teachings on the aesthetics and spiritual culture of Japan. No was the art form of choice for the samurai class; and many of its principles echo those of the martial arts. Zeami brought his wide-ranging education in Zen Buddhism, his knowledge of classical Japanese poetry, and his exposure to the aristocratic lifestyle to his writing of this classic work. In addition to his impeccable translation, William Scott Wilson has contributed several important adjunct pieces to Zeamis classic workan introduction about the history of No drama, copious notes explaining the background of the book, an appendix containing a translation of one of Zeamis greatest plays, Atsumori, and an afterword that connects No drama with the warrior class.
Comments (3)
Gietadia
One of those books that makes the reader
wonder how he or she could live among the
literate and not encounter the benefit of
a recommendation.

Any type of performance would be well
informed by this book - as would any
scholar, artist, or anyone else seeking
a better understanding about life and
the rituals that bring people together.
Shakar
This book contains a wonderful translation of the original Japanese texts and presents it in an aesthetically pleasing format. Although this volume is slim, it's packed with insights that can be applied to many different pursuits.
Shliffiana
This amazing translation of the art of Noh, is printed in Japan. The hardcover book, although not large - has cream paper, clean typesetting and is altogether elegant. Inside is the original Master's son's handbook on artistry. This combined with Stanislavski's "Life in Art" are, in my opinion - the bibles of artistry. M. Tank