Noh as Requiem Archive

  • Kanze Kiyokazu is the twenty-sixth grand master of the illustrious Kanze School of dancers and singers in the noh theater. Many noh plays recount the tales of the deceased, whose souls appear before priests and monks to seek salvation. A noh play can itself be considered a requiem for departed souls.

    Charity Noh

    Kanze Kiyokazu is the twenty-sixth grand master of the illustrious Kanze School of dancers and singers in the noh theater. Many noh plays recount the tales of the deceased, whose souls appear before priests and monks to seek salvation. A noh play can itself be considered a requiem for departed souls.

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  • Kanze Kiyokazu is the twenty-sixth grand master of the illustrious Kanze School of dancers and singers in the noh theater—a traditional Japanese stage art born over six centuries ago. Many noh plays recount the tales of the deceased, whose souls appear before priests and monks to seek salvation. A noh play in itself can be considered a requiem for departed souls.

    Noh as Requiem

    Kanze Kiyokazu is the twenty-sixth grand master of the illustrious Kanze School of dancers and singers in the noh theater—a traditional Japanese stage art born over six centuries ago. Many noh plays recount the tales of the deceased, whose souls appear before priests and monks to seek salvation. A noh play in itself can be considered a requiem for departed souls.

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