Technical Information

Piece
*/d_piece 1000718
Piece Title
Hirakana seisuiki
Notes
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.
Piece > Date
*/d_piece/d_piece.dateid 1018172
Date piece created
1739
Piece > Associated Movement
*/d_piece/d_piece.associatedmovementid 12
Associated Movement(s)
jidaimono (historical play)
Piece > Piece Alternate Name
*/d_piece/r_piece_altname 931
Alternate Title(s)
The record of rise and fall
Piece > Piece Alternate Name
*/d_piece/r_piece_altname 932
Alternate Title(s)
Sakaro
Piece > Piece Alternate Name
*/d_piece/r_piece_altname 1064
Alternate Title(s)
Hiragana seisuiki
Piece > Piece Alternate Name
*/d_piece/r_piece_altname 1065
Alternate Title(s)
Jyōsuiki
Piece > Piece Alternate Name
*/d_piece/r_piece_altname 1066
Alternate Title(s)
Jyosuiki
Piece > Function
*/d_piece/r_piece_creator:functionid 143
Function
Playwright
Piece > Function
*/d_piece/r_piece_creator:functionid 143
Function
Playwright
Piece > Function
*/d_piece/r_piece_creator:functionid 143
Function
Playwright
Piece > Function
*/d_piece/r_piece_creator:functionid 143
Function
Playwright
Piece > Function
*/d_piece/r_piece_creator:functionid 143
Function
Playwright
Piece > Language
*/d_piece/r_piece_language 7
Language
Japanese
Piece > Structure of Piece
*/d_piece/r_piece_structure_division 730
Structure
Five acts (dan): Kajiwara yataka no dan;