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us: Zeami, 1363-1443


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    • us: Motokiyo Zeami, 1363-1443
    • us: Seami Motokiyo, 1363-1443
    • us: Zeami Motokiyo, 1363-1443
    • us: Kanze, Motokiyo, 1363-1443
    • us: Kwanze, Motokiyo, 1363-1443
    • us: Kanze, Zeami Motokiyo, 1363-1443
    • us: Yūzaki, Motokiyo, 1363-1443
    • us: Kanze, Saburō, 1363-1443
    • us: Ze-ami, 1363-1443
    • us: Searni Motokijo, 1363-1443
    • us: Motokijo, Searni, 1363-1443
    • us: Dzėami Motokië, 1363-1443
    • us: Dzėami, 1363-1443
    • us: Motokiyo, Zeami, 1363-1443
    • us: Motokijo, Zeami, 1363-1443
    • us: 世阿弥彌, 1363-1443
    • us: 世阿弥, 1363-1443
    • us: 世阿彌, 1363-1443
    • us: 禅阿弥, 1363-1443
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        Seami, 1363-1443
    • Sources

      • found: His Seami jūrokubushū hyoshaku, 1940-
      • found: His Predanie o t͡svetke stili͡a (Fusi kadėn), ili, Predanie o t͡svetke (Kadėnsë), 1989: t.p. (Dzėami Motokië)
      • found: The damask drum, p1989: insert, p. 7 (Zeami Motokiyo) p. 17 (Zeami Motokijo)
      • found: Zeami. Atsumori, 1995: p. 4 (Zeami Motokiyo (1363?-1443?))
      • found: The spirit of Noh, 2013: ECIP t.p. (Zeami [in rom.]) data view (Zeami Motokiyo; author of the Fusi-kaden) )
      • found: WIkipedia, 01-28-2016: (Zeami Motokiyo (世阿弥 元清?) (c. 1363-c. 1443), also called Kanze Motokiyo (観世 元清?); a Japanese aesthetician, actor, and playwright; his father, Kan'ami, introduced him to Noh theater performance at a young age, and found that he was a skilled actor; Kan'ami was also skilled in acting and formed a family theater ensemble; iIn 1374, Zeami received patronage and made acting his career; after the death of his father in 1385, he led the family troupe, a role in which he found greater success; the exact number of plays that he wrote is unknown, but is likely between 30 and 50; he wrote many treatises about Noh, discussing the philosophy of performance)
      • found: RETRO
    • LC Classification

      • PL792.S4
    • Editorial Notes

      • [Machine-derived non-Latin script reference project.]
      • [Non-Latin script references not evaluated.]
    • Change Notes

      • 1980-04-03: new
      • 2016-01-28: revised
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