作品名称 Kochō
作品的其他名称 Kochoo* ([字译] Transliteration) ,
Kochou* ([字译] Transliteration) ,
Kocho ([字译] Transliteration)
作品创作日期 [日本室町时代] Muromachi
作品创作者 Kanze Nobumitsu Playwright
作品的相关表演艺术 [能] Noh
作品的相关形体动作 currently performed noh
创作语言 [日语,日文] Japanese
构造分类 Two acts
剧情 A traveling priest from Mt. Yoshino visits Kyoto, the capital. At an ancient palace he spots extremely beautiful plum blossoms. While he is admiring the beautiful blossoms, a woman approaches him and describes to him events in the past that took place at the palace. She then reveals that she is the spirit of a butterfly who wants to attain enlightenment so she can flit freely among the plum blossoms. A villager, the ai-kyôgen, appears and reaffirms the woman’s identity, the glorious past history of the palace, and the extraordinary beauty of the plum blossoms. In part two the butterfly manages to attain enlightenment thanks to the prayer of the priest. She performs a dance to celebrate her new identity and changes into the Bodhisattva of Song and Dance before disappearing.
附注 *Alternative Romaji (Roman characters) spelling.
作品曾发表于 The Noh Volume III: Woman Noh. Book 1,
Nôgaku: Japanese Nô Plays,
Vierundzwanzig Nô-Spiele

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