Atuta Shrine Bugakucourt dances and music May 1, 2016

【Video】Atuta Shrine Bugakucourt dances and music

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Toka Shinji January 11
Hosha Shinji January 15
Kinen-sai March 17
Bugaku May 1
Eyoudo Shinji May 4
Shinyotogyo Shinji May 5
Atsuta Shrine Festival June 5

Bugaku is court music which consists of traditional Japanese dance and music. It is classified into such as two kinds, "Togaku" which descended from the China continent and "Komagaku" which descended from the Korean Peninsula and the kingdom of Balhae. Music and dance of India and Vietnam is also contained in "Togaku".

Enbu

Enbu is performed at the beginning of Bugaku(music and dance) in order to exorcise the stage. It is reported that the situation of King Wu of Zhou (about BC 1050) prayed for the victory to gods.

Manzairaku

Manzairaku is performed with "Taiheraku" at the time of a happy event.

Engiraku

Fujiwara Tadafusa built music and Imperial prince Atsuzane made dancing in Engi 8(908) of the reign of Emperor Daigo.

Kishunraku

It is reported that this Bugaku is the work of Shukuko of Chen China (557-589) or Emperor Yang of Sui of Sui China (581-618). This music and dance can be performing, when a shrine is relocated .

Shikite

The ambassador of the kingdom of Balhae visited Japan at the Heian period (794-1185). It is told that he wished visiting again and this music was made.

Kocho

It is reported that when Uda retired emperor was seeing a child's sumo wrestling in Engi 8(906), Fujiwara Tadafusa built music and Imperial prince Atsuzane made dance. This lovely dancing expresses appearance that butterflies fly in quest of flowers.

Genjoraku

It is reported that Emperor Xuan Zong of the Tang dynasty(618-907) ordered making this work after he suppressed the rebellion, or a man of western regions of China with the custom of eating a snake expressed the appearance when he found a snake and was pleased.

Batou

Butetsu was a priest of the country, Rinyu which suited the Indochinese Peninsula southeast part. . It is told that when Butetsu visited Japan in Tempyou era (729-749), he descended this music and dance. The child who lost his father attacked by the fierce animal went into the mountain and achieved the father's revenge. It is told that this Bugaku Batou is expressing that situation.

Chogeishi

Chogeishi is performed by the last of Bugakucourt dances and music. There is no dancing at the performance.

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  • Enbu

    Enbu

  • Enbu

    Enbu

  • Manzairaku

    Manzairaku

  • Manzairaku

    Manzairaku

  • Engiraku

    Engiraku

  • Engiraku

    Engiraku

  • Kishunraku

    Kishunraku

  • Shikite

    Shikite

  • Kocho

    Kocho

  • Kocho

    Kocho

  • Genjoraku

    Genjoraku

  • Genjoraku

    Genjoraku

  • Batou

    Batou

  • Batou

    Batou

  • Chogeishi

    Chogeishi

  • Chogeishi

    Chogeishi

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