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Name TAWATA Shintaryo

Name of dissertation

Japonisme in the 19th century's theatre - the transition of "Japanese-ness" –

Name of author

Tawata Shintaryo

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Publisher

GLIM IR Institution Repository

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Publication date

2016

Presence/absence of peer review

maru

Presence/absence of invitation

Batu

Language of publication used

Japanese

Posting category

Domestic

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Doctoral Thesis(Doctor)

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Individual works

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500001458424

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Summary

From the end of the 19th century to the beginning of the 20th century, stage works representing at Japan have been manufactured in the United States and Europe. But now many of these are not known. These work groups can be named “Japonisme work”, which can be divided into two types. 
The first one, in the style of a conventional theater, and visual elements such as costume and stage equipment, has been directing the "Japanese-ness", such as music and songs to those of Japan it is intended. This is typified "Mikado" by Gilbert and Sullivan and "Madame Butterfly" by Puccini. In order to adopt a superficial “Japanese-ness”, authors were incorporated the sound of Japanese and names real Japanese name to their work.
The other is the style of traditional Japanese theater that brought to the Western theater.
When it comes to Japanese artists are many visit the United States and Europe, another authors were attracted that mimics the style of traditional Japanese theater including “Noh”. Such as written by Yeats "At the Hawk’s well" is an example.

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