A study on documents of performing arts in "Sakakibara-monjo", and on its data base.
Grant-in-Aid for Scientific Research (C).
|Allocation Type||Single-year Grants|
|Research Institution||National Institute of Japanese Literature|
TAKEI Kyozo National Institute of Japanese Literature Research Information Department Associate Professor, 研究情報部, 助教授 (60105567)
|Project Period (FY)
Completed(Fiscal Year 1992)
|Keywords||Sakakibara-monjo / Hirosaki hancho Nikki / Kabuki / Jyoruri / Noh / Data bases / Performing arts / Early pre-modern ages|
「KABUKI」 and 「JORURI」 is the most important performing arts in the early pre-modern ages. The important records about 「KABUKI」 and 「JORURI」 is listed in a feudal lords diary.
Joetsu city library in Joetsu city of Niigata prefecture owned the diary of feudal lord that is the document of Sakakibara family. Many observation records are inscribed in it.
I intended to introduce the observation records to the learned world.
As a result, I obtained the following fruits.
1. I found 88 pieces of the presentation records of 「KABUKI」 and 「JORURI」. It is the first time that many new titles are found.
2. I found about 450 pieces of presentation records of 「NOH」. We can understand the new active area of noh players by this records.
3. I could increase many data to make the data bases that feudal lord family owned presentation records of performing arts.
Research Output (3results)