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Название произведения Hirakana seisuiki
Иное название произведения The record of rise and fall ([Перевод] Translation) ,
Sakaro ([Часть целого произведения] Title for individual scene or act of piece) ,
Hiragana seisuiki ,
Jyōsuiki ,
Jyosuiki
Дата создания [1739] 1739
Автор (Профессия) Takeda Izumo [Драматург] Playwright ,
Miyoshi Shōraku [Драматург] Playwright ,
Bunkōdō [Драматург] Playwright ,
Takeda Izumo II [Драматург] Playwright ,
Asada Kakei [Драматург] Playwright
Вид искусства Puppetry, Kabuki
Творческий метод jidaimono (historical play)
Язык (-и) [Японский] Japanese
Структура произведения Five acts (dan): Kajiwara yataka no dan;
Примечания Jidaimono. Bunraku and kabuki It was first performed at Takemoto za in Osaka in April, 1739. "Hirakana" means it made "Genpei seisuiki" easy to understand. "Sakaro" is a popularized name used in kabuki that comes from the scene at the end of the third act in which Matsuemon shows his skills at rowing.
Произведение опубликовано в (Страницы) Kabuki Plays on Stage Volume 1: Brilliance and Bravado, 1697-1766

Associated Items

Взаимосвязанные произведения 1979Feb10, Kokuritsu shōgekijō, Bunraku, Hirakana seisuiki ,
1977Jul09, Asahi-za, Bunraku, Hirakana seisuiki ,
1976Mar19, Kokuritsu shōgekijō, Bunraku, Sonezaki shinju
Performances of the piece 1004198, 1005803, 1005847, 1005848, 1005849, 1005850, 1005851, 1005852, 1005853, 1005854, 1005855, 1005856, 1005857, 1005858, 1005859, 1005860, 1005861, 1005862, 1005863, 1005864, 1005865, 1005866, 1005867, 1005868, 1006550, 1006551, 1006552
Components associated with piece 1005896, 1005897