2020年度 教養特論 : 日本伝統芸能と音楽(能と狂言)   Special Lecture: Traditional Japanese Theater and Music(Noh and Kyogen)

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文系教養科目
担当教員名
安納 真理子 
授業形態
講義
メディア利用
Zoom
曜日・時限(講義室)
木3-4(W371)  
クラス
-
科目コード
LAH.H316
単位数
1
開講年度
2020年度
開講クォーター
2Q
シラバス更新日
2020年9月18日
講義資料更新日
-
使用言語
英語
アクセスランキング
media

講義の概要とねらい

What are the musical principles, building blocks, and performance practices of traditional Japanese theater and music? How are traditional performing arts transmitted from master to disciple? How are they performed today? This course explores the music and genres of Noh and Kyōgen, which are designated as UNESCO’s Intangible Cultural Heritage, by tracing their origin and development throughout history and by investigating their influences on traditional and contemporary theater forms. The course aims to give students the skills to critically analyze audio-visual recordings of compositions and performances, identify the driving forces onstage, and recognize the space for improvisation within the rigidity of tradition. Students will participate in oral transmission of the instruments and Noh singing and dancing, integrating theoretical knowledge and practical skills.

到達目標

Upon completion of the course, students will have an appreciation of traditional Japanese theater and performing arts. They will understand the characteristics of Japanese theater and music and will be able to discuss them with colleagues in academic and non-academic settings.

実務経験のある教員等による授業科目等

該当する 実務経験と講義内容との関連(又は実践的教育内容)
An instructor with work experience as a performer will provide hands-on experience in the performing arts, based on practice in the field that fosters critical thinking and encourages creativity and self-expression.

キーワード

traditional Japanese theater and music, Japanese performing arts, Noh, Kyōgen

学生が身につける力(ディグリー・ポリシー)

専門力 教養力 コミュニケーション力 展開力(探究力又は設定力) 展開力(実践力又は解決力)

授業の進め方

The course focuses on class discussions. Students are expected to read the appropriate materials before class to prepare for discussion and to write response papers on the reading and class materials. At the end of the term, students will give a presentation on some aspect of traditional Japanese performing arts based on the paper they will submit on the last day of class. (Note: Syllabus is subject to change based on the level, needs, and actual number of students.)

授業計画・課題

  授業計画 課題
第1回 1. Introduction to course 2. Overview of traditional Japanese theater and music identify course aims; acquire basic knowledge on traditional Japanese theater and music
第2回 Noh: History, genres, performers, costumes, and masks understand Noh’s history, genres, performers, and performative aspects
第3回 1. Analysis of Noh Plays 2. Noh structure and analysis of Noh Izutsu 3. Analysis of New Noh and English-language Noh analyze traditional and contemporary Noh plays; identify aspects of traditional and contemporary elements in performances
第4回 1. Noh Transmission: Instruments and music 2. Kyōgen: History and characters 3. Final paper proposal due: 75- to 100-words experience oral transmission of Noh instruments from teacher to student; comprehend Kyōgen’s history and characters; prepare paper proposal
第5回 1. Noh transmission: Utai (chant) and shimai (dance) of Yuya (*Please wear socks!) 2. Kyōgen: Genres, costumes, and masks experience oral transmission of Noh chant and dance; comprehend Kyōgen’s genres, costumes, masks, and performative aspects
第6回 Kyōgen: Analysis of traditional and contemporary performances analyze traditional and contemporary Kyōgen plays; identify aspects of traditional and contemporary elements in performances
第7回 1. Final Presentations 2. Final paper due in class consolidate key concepts; articulate ideas and opinions on issues; demonstrate knowledge of course material; deliver a presentation

授業時間外学修(予習・復習等)

学修効果を上げるため,教科書や配布資料等の該当箇所を参照し,「毎授業」授業内容に関する予習と復習(課題含む)をそれぞれ概ね100分を目安に行うこと。

教科書

Handouts and reading materials will be provided in class and/or uploaded into OCW-i.

参考書、講義資料等

1. Malm, William P. Traditional Japanese Music and Musical Instruments. Tokyo, London, and New York: Kodansha, 2000. (ISBN: 4-7700-2395-2)
2. Salz, Jonah, ed. A History of Japanese Theatre. Cambridge: Cambridge UP, 2016.
3. Hoff, Frank, and Willi Flindt. “The Life Structure of Noh: An English Version of Yokomichi Mario’s Analysis of the Structure of Noh.” Concerned Theatre Japan 2 (Spring 1973): 209-256.
4. Keene, Donald. Nô and Bunraku. New York: Columbia UP, 1990.
5. Tyler, Royall, ed. and trans. Japanese Nô Dramas. London and New York: Penguin, 1992.

成績評価の基準及び方法

Class Participation: 30%
Response Papers and Homework: 30%
Final Paper proposal: 10%
Final Paper and Presentation: 30%

関連する科目

  • LAH.H317 : 教養特論 : 日本伝統芸能と音楽(歌舞伎と文楽)

履修の条件(知識・技能・履修済科目等)

No experience in theater or music is required. Skills in reading and discussing materials in English are needed.

その他

Attendance at the first class is compulsory for students planning to take this course. It is recommended that students take this course in sequence with (LAH.H317) Special Lecture: Traditional Japanese Theater and Music (Kabuki and Bunraku).

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