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BIBLIOGRAPHY


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W. Malm: ‘The Rhythmic Orientation of Two Drums in the Japanese Noh Drama’, EthM, ii/3 (1958), 89–95

P. O’Neill: Early Noh Drama: its Background, Character and Development (London, 1958)

W. Malm: Japanese Music and Musical Instruments (Tokyo, 1959)

W. Malm: ‘An Introduction to Taiko Drum Music in the Japanese Noh Drama’, EthM, iv/2 (1960), 75–8

M. Yokomichi and A. Omote: Yōkyokushū, Nihon Koten Bungaku Taikei, xl–xli (Tokyo, 1960–63

M. Yokomichi: disc notes, Nō no Ongaku, Victor SJ 3005–06 (1963)

D. Keene: Nō: The Classical Theatre of Japan (Tokyo, 1966)

D. Kenny: A Guide to Kyogen (Tokyo, 1968)

D. Keene: Twenty Plays of the Nō Theatre (New York, 1970)

F. Hoff and W. Flindt: ‘The Life Structure of Noh’, Concerned Theatre Japan, vols 2–4 (Tokyo, 1973), 209–56

A. Tamba: La structure musicale du Noh, theatre traditionnel japonais (Paris, 1974; Eng. trans. as The Musical Structure of Noh, Tokyo, 1981)

W. Malm: ‘The Musical Characteristics and Practice of the Japanese Noh Drama in an East Asian Context’, Chinese and Japanese Music-Dramas, eds. J. Crump and W. Malm (Ann Arbor, 1975), 99–142

D. Berger: ‘The Nohkan: its Construction and Music’, EthM, ix/3 (1975), 221–39

M. Bethe and K. Brazell: Noh as Performance: an Analysis of the Kuse Scene of Yamamba (Ithaca, NY, 1978)

R. Tyler: Pining Wind: a Cycle of Noh Plays (Ithaca, NY, 1978)

R. Tyler: Granny Mountains: a Second Cycle of Noh Plays (Ithaca, NY, 1978)

R. Emmert: ‘Hiranori: a Unique Rhythm Form in Japanese Noh Music’, Musical Voices of Asia, ed. R. Emmert and Y. Minegishi (Tokyo, 1980), 100–107

J. Rimer and M. Yamazaki: On the Art of the Noh Drama: the Major Treatises of Zeami (Princeton, NJ, 1984)

T. Hare: Zeami’s Style: the Noh Plays of Zeami Motokiyo (Stanford, CA, 1986)

R. Emmert: ‘The Maigoto of Noh: a Musical Analysis of the Chu no Mai’, Yearbook for Traditional Music, xv (1983), 5

K. Komparu: The Noh Theatre: Principles and Perspectives, trans. J. Corddry (New York, 1983)

H. Nishino and H. Hata, eds.: Nō-Kyōgen Jiten (Tokyo, 1987)

M. Yokomichi and H. Koyama, eds.: Iwanami Kōza: Nō-Kyōgen, vols i–viii (Tokyo, 1987–90)

K. Brazell: Twelve Plays of the Noh and Kyogen Theatre (Ithaca, NY, 1989)

K. Yasuda: Masterworks of the Noh Theatre (Bloomington, IN, 1989)

D. Kenny: The Kyogen Book (Tokyo, 1989)

B. Ortolani: The Japanese Noh Theatre: from Shamanistic Ritual to Contemporary Pluralism (Leiden, 1995)

M. Bethe and R. Emmert: Noh Performance Guide, vols. i–vii (Tokyo, 1992–7)

R. Tyler: Japanese Nō Dramas (London, 1992)

C. Morley: Transformation, Miracles and Mischief: the Mountain Priest Plays of Kyogen (Ithaca, NY, 1993)

J. Brandell: Noh and Kyogen in the contemporary World (Honolulu, 1997)

K. Brazell, ed.: Traditional Japanese Theater: an Anthology of Plays (New York, 1998)


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