I am delighted to announce that the website Noh as Intermedia, developed by Jarosław Kapuściński and François Rose (Stanford University, Department of Music) together with Fujita Takanori (Kyoto City University of Arts) is now available.
The website explores the intermedia relationships between various elements of noh (choreography, music, lyrics, etc.) through the analysis of two plays: Hashitomi and Kokaji, performed by shite actors from the Kongō School (Kongō Tatsunori and Udaka Tatsushige). Users can watch the full performance of both plays. The videos are offered with subtitles and with a bookmark system that allows to skip to specific sections (shōdan) within the play. The website also offers a comprehensive database of music and dance patterns.
As a collaborator to this project I would like to congratulate Jaroslaw, François and Taka for their relentless efforts to complete the website. This is a much needed resource which will allow researchers and students of performing arts to access noh theatre, regardless of where they are.
Noh as Intermedia is part of the JPARC Japanese Performing Arts Research Consortium.
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Dear Diego san Thank you for sharing the amazing website: Noh as Intermedia. Thick and Tight had to cancel their visit to Japan this month but hope they can reschedule early next year. Please take care and stay safe. Akiko Yanagisawa
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Grazie Diego per la segnalazione, davvero un lavoro molto interessante!!
A presto mi auguro!