Sanbasō

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Sanbasō - Bandō Kotoji
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A performance of the kabuki dance Sanbaso by Bandō Kotoji, October 6, 2010 Cornell University, Ithaca.
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A performance of the kabuki dance Sanbaso by Bandō Kotoji, October 6, 2010 Cornell University, Ithaca. Sanbasō is the celebratory dance that traditionally opens a kabuki season or marks the opening of a new theatre. Taken from the ritual dance Okina of the noh theater, it is a prayer for prosperity and abundance adapted to the kabuki stage. There are many variations of the dance in the kabuki theatre. This variation is known as the gokoku hōjo, or "prayer for the five grains."
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Japanese Performing Arts Resource Center, Global Performing Arts Consortium, Cornell East Asia Program
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2010-10
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Japanese Performing Arts Resource Center, East Asia Program, Cornell University
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Kabuki; Bandō; Kotoji; dance; Japanese; Sanbasō (三番叟)
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http://www.glopad.org/jparc/?q=en/kabukidance/videos/sanbaso
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video/moving image
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