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Bibliografía Música Japonesa y su contexto

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Horacio Curti



  1. Generales de Música

  2. Historia

  3. Estética, arte y cultura

  4. Religión & filosofía

  5. Referencia Literatura

  6. Shakuhachi

  7. Shomyo

  8. Shamisen

  9. Biwa

  10. Koto

  11. Gagaku

  12. Artes Escénicas

  13. Música Rural y “Popular”

  14. Referencias generales

  15. Bibliografía

  16. Música Contemporánea

  17. Reportes

  18. Tradición

  19. Género

  20. Internet


Generales de Música


  • AA. VV., Garland Encyclopedia of World music. East Asia, Routledge, New York, London, 2002

  • AA. VV., Japanese Musical Traditions, in The World of Music, WOM 46, 2004-2

  • AA. VV., New Grove dictionary of music and musicians, MacMillan Publishers Limited, USA, 2001

  • AA. VV., Nihon no ongaku (rekishi to riron), Kokuritsu Engeki Geino Kanshoza, Tokio, 1974 (Música Japonesa -Historia y Teoría)

  • AA. VV., Toyo ongaku sensho, Toyo Ongaku Gakkai, Tokio, 1950 (Selección de Escritos sobre la Música del Lejano Oriente)

  • AA. VV., Studien zur traditionellen Musik Japans, Band 1 to 11, Barenreiter edition, Kassel, 1986 a 2007

  • De Ferranti, Hugh, Japanese Musical Instruments, Oxford University Press, USA, 2000

  • Eckardt, Hans, Japanische Musik, in Musik in Geschichte und Gegenwart, Kassel and Basel, Baerenreiter, 1960. 1722-1752 p.

  • Fukushima Kazuo, (ed.), Nihon ongakushi kenkyu, Tokyo, 1996, Research Archive for Japanese Music (Estudios en Historia de la Música Japonesa)

  • Harich-Schneider, Eta, A History of Japanese Music, Oxford University Press, London,1973

  • Hirano Kenji, (ed.), Nihon ongaku daijiten, Heibonsha, Tokio, 1989 (Enciclopedia de Música Japonesa).

  • Hirano Kenji y Fukushima Kazuo, (eds.), Sources of Early Japanese Music, Benseisha, Tokyo, 1978

  • Iba Takashi. Nihon ongaku gairon. Tokyo: Koseikaku Shoten, 1928. (Introducción a la Música Japonesa)

  • Kikkawa, Eishi, (ed.), Hogaku hyakka jiten, Tokyo: Ongaku no Tomosha, 1984. (Enciclopedia de Música Tradicional Japonesa)

  • Kikkawa, Eishi, (ed.), Nihon ongaku no bitekikenkyu. Tokyo: Ongaku no Tomosha, 1984. (Estudios sobre la Estética de la Música Japonesa).

  • Kikkawa, Eishi, (ed.), Nihon ongaku no rekishi. Osaka: Sogensha, 1965. (Historia de la Música Japonesa)

  • Kishibe Shigeo, The Origin of the K'ung-hou (Chinese Harp), TOYO ONGAKU KENKYU (Journal of the Society for Research in Asiatic Music), Nos 14/15, December 1958. p. 1-51.

  • Kishibe Shigeo, The Origin of the P'i-p'a with Particular Reference to the Five-stringed P'i-p'a Preserved in the Shosoin, The Transactions of the Asiatic Society of Japan, Second Series, Vol. XIX, December 1940 p. 259-304.

  • Kishibe Shigeo, The traditional music of Japan, The Japan Foundation- Ongaku no Tomosha,Tokyo,1982,1984,M

  • Koizumi Fumio. Nihon no oto: sekai no naka no Nihon ongaku. Tokyo: Seidosha, 1977. (Sonidos del Japón: la Música Japonesa en el Contexto Mundial).

  • Koji ruien, Vols. 43, 44 (marcados como Parte I y II). Goto Ryoichu, ed. Kyoto: Koji Ruien Kankokai, 1931. (Selección de Textos Antiguos).

  • Konakamura Kiyonori. Kabu ongaku ryakushi. Tokyo: Yoshikawa Hanshichi, 1888. 2 vols. Reprint Iwanami Shoten, 1964. (Breve Historia de la Música para Cantos y Danzas).

  • Landy Pierre, Musique du Japon, Les Traditions Musicale, V. Buchet/ Chastel, 1970. 327 p.

  • Machida Kasho (et. al.), Japanese Music and Drama in the Meiji Era, Vol. III of Japanese Culture in the Meiji Era edited by Komiya Toyotaka, Tokyo, Obunsha, 1956

  • May Elizabeth, The Influence of the Meiji Period on Japanese Children's Music, Berkley and Los Angeles, University of California Press, 1963

  • Malm, William P., Traditional Japanese music and musical instruments, Kodansha International, Japan, 1959 (2000)

  • Malm, William P., Six Hidden Views of Japanese Music, University of California Press, Berkeley, USA, 1986

  • Malm, William P., Practical Approaches to Japanese Music, in The Garland Library of Readings in ethnomusicology, Vol. 2. Kay Kaufman Shelemay, ed. New York: Garland, 1990.

  • Mueller, Friedrich W.K., Einige Notizen ueber die Japanishce Musik, Mitteilungen der Deutschen Gesellschaft fuer Natur-und Voelkerkunde Ostasiens, I, fasc. 6, 1876.

  • Nelson, Steven G., Musical notation of Japan, Ueno Gakuen University, Tokyo, 1983

  • Piggott, Francis Taylor, The music and musical instruments of Japan, Batsford - Da Capo Press, 1893 (1971)

  • Robert Gunther, (ed.), Studien zur traditionelle Musik Japans, Basel, Barenreiter, 1979-

  • Takano Tatsuyuki, Nihon Kayoshi, Shunjusha, Tokyo, 1926 (1938) (Historia de la Música Vocal del Japón).

  • Tamba, Akira, Músicas tradicionales de Japón, de los orígenes, al siglo XVI, Akal, Madrid,1997

  • Tamba, Akira, La musiques classique du Japon du XV siècle à nos jours, Publications Orientalistes de France, France,2001

  • Tanabe Hisao, Hogakuka no tame no ongaku riron, Hogakusha, Tokio, 1977 (Teoría Musical para Músicos Japoneses).

  • Tamba, Akira, Hogaku yogo jiten, Tokyodo Shuppan, Tokio, 1975. (Diccionario de Terminología Musical Japonesa).

  • Tamba, Akira, Nihon gakki jiten, Soshisha Shuppan, Tokio, 1964 (Instrumentos Musicales del Japón).

  • Tamba, Akira, Nihon no ongaku, Bunka Kenkyusha, Tokyo, 1954 (Música Japonesa).

  • Tsukamoto, Kyodo (ed.), Kinko Techo (Notes of Kinko), No Editado, Japan, 1937

  • Wade, Bonnie, Music in Japan, Experiencing Music, Expressing Culture, Oxford University Press, New York, 2005

Historia




  • A.A.V.V., Japanese History, 11 excerpts reflect on the past, bilingual books Kodansha International, Japan, 2006

  • Anesaki, Masaharu,History of Japanese Religion,Rutland, VT: Charles E. Tuttle,Tokyo,1963-1933

  • Bunce, Willliam K.,Religions in Japan: Buddhism, Shinto, Christianity,Rutland, VT: Charles E. Tuttle,,1955

  • Hall, John W. & Mass, Jeffrey P. (Editors),Medieval Japan. Essays in Institutional History,Stanford University Press,Stanford, CA,1974,Historia Japón

  • Morris, Ivan,The world of the shining Prince -court life in ancient Japan-,Oxford University Press,England,1964

  • Whitney Hall, John,Historia Universal del Siglo XXI. El Imperio Japonés. Vol. 20, Siglo XXI Editores, 1985

Estetica, arte y cultura




  • Barthes, Roland, El imperio de los signos, Gedisa, Barcelona, 2004

  • Benedict, Ruth, El crisantemo y la espada, Alianza editorial, España, 2006 (1946)

  • Buckley, Sandra (ed.), Encyclopedia of Contemporary Japanese Culture, Routledge, London, 2002

  • Caeiro, Luis, Cuentos y Tradiciones japonesas - I. El mundo Fantástico, Hiperion, España, 2001 (1993)

  • García, Ana Crespo, El Zen en el arte contemporáneo, Mandala Ediciones,Madrid, 1997

  • Frederic, Louis, Japan Encyclopedia, The Belknap Press of Harvard University Press, London, 2002 (1996)

  • Gutierrez, Fernando, El Zen y el arte japones, Guadalquivir ediciones, Sevilla, 1998

  • Izutsu, Toshihiko & Toyo, The Theory of Beauty in the Classical Aesthetics of Japan, Nijhoff, The Hague, 1981

  • Keene, Donald, Japanese Aesthetics, in Philosophy East and West, Vol. 19, No. 3, Symposium on Aesthetics East and West (Jul., 1969), pp. 293-306

  • Lanzaco Salafranca, Federico, Los valores estéticos en la cultura clásica japonesa, Verbum, Madrid, 2003

  • Lanzaco Salafranca, Federico, Introducción a la cultura japonesa. Pensamiento y religión, Universidad de Valladolid, Valladolid, 2000

  • Naumann, Nelly, Antiguos mitos japoneses, Herder, Barcelona, 1999

  • Tierney, Lennox, Wabi Sabi. A new look at Japanese Design,Gibbs Smith, Publisher, Layton, UT,1999

  • Saito, Yuriko, The Japanese Aesthetics of Imperfection and Insufficiency, in The Journal of Aesthetics and Art Criticism, Vol. 55, No. 4 (Autumn, 1997), pp. 377-385

  • Suzuki, Daitsenz S., El Zen y la cultura japonesa, Ediciones Paidos Iberica, España,1996

  • Varley, Paul, Japanese Culture, University of Hawaii Press, USA, 2000 (1973)

  • Waley, Arthur, Zen Buddhism and its relation to art, Londres, 1922

Religión & filosofía




  • Chadwick, Richard, Vida y Enseñanzas Zen de Shunryo Suzuki, La liebre de marzo, Barcelona, 2001

  • Cornu, Philippe,Diccionario Akal del Budismo,Akal,Madrid,2004 (2001),Budismo

  • Deshimaru, T., La practica del Zen,Kairos-Troquel

  • Deshimaru, T., Preguntas a un maestro Zen,Kairos-Troquel,Buenos Aires,1992

  • Dogen,Cuerpo y Espiritu- La transmision de las Enseñanzas del Buda,Paidos,Barcelona,2002 (1998)

  • Harrigel, Eugen, Zen en el arte del tiro con arco, Kier, Buenos Aires, 2003

  • Holtom, Clarence Daniel,Un estudio sobre el Shintoo moderno,Paidos - Orientalia,Barcelona,2004 (1938)

  • Lowenstein, Tom, The vision of the Budha, Little, Brown and Company, USA, 1996

  • Matsunaga, Daigan y Alicia, Foundation of the Japanese Buddhism Vol I & II, Buddhist books International, Tokyo, 1974

  • Nobutaka, Inoue (ed.), Shinto . A Short History,Routledge Curzon, London, 2003 (1998)

  • Senzaki, Nyugen & McCandless Ruth S., La flauta de hierro - Antologia de 100 Koans Zen, Edaf, Madrid, 2001

  • Suzuki, Daitsenz S., Budismo Zen, Kairos-Troquel, Buenos Aires, 1993

  • Suzuki, Daitsenz S., Ensayos sobre budismo Zen. Tercera Serie, Kier, Buenos Aires,1973,R

  • Suzuki, Daitsenz S., Introducción al budismo Zen, Kier, Buenos Aires,1973,R

  • Suzuki, Daitsenz S., Ensayos sobre budismo Zen. Primera Serie,,,,

  • Suzuki, Daitsenz S., Ensayos sobre budismo Zen. Segunda Serie,,,,

  • Suzuki, Daitsenz S., El Buda de la luz infinita - Las enseñanzas del Budismo Shin, Paidos, Barcelona, 2001 (1998)

  • Suzuki, Shunryo, Mente Zen, Mente de principiante, Troquel, España

  • Tomohiro, Matsuda (Ed. In chief), A Dictionary of Buddhist terms and concepts, Nichiren Shoshu International Center, Tokyo,1983


Referencias Literatura


  • Hoffmann, Yoel, Poemas japoneses a la muerte, DVD poesia, Barcelona, 2001 (1986)

  • Keene, Donald (comp. & ed.), Anthology of Japanese Literature, Grove Press, Inc., New York,1955

  • Revon, Michael (ed.), Antología de la literatura japonesa (desde los orígenes hasta el Siglo XX), Círculo de Lectores, Spain, 2000

  • Rodriguez-Izquierdo, Fernando, El Haiku Japones, historia y traducción, Hiperion Poesia, Madrid, España, 2001 (1972)

  • Shirane, Haruo (ed.), Early Modern Japanes Literature (An Anthology 1600 - 1900), Columbia University Press, New York, 2002

  • Shikibu, Murasaki, Genji Monogatari, Torre de Viento, Palma de Mallorca, 2000 (1941,1650)

  • Yoshida, Kenko, Tsurezuregusa - Ocurrencias de un ocioso, Hiperion, España,1996 (1986)

Shakuhachi




  • Ando, Yoshinori, Development of the method for designing a Shakuhachi of any desired pitch temperament, 1981-2

  • Berger, Donald Paul. "The Shakuhachi and the Kinko Ryu Notation" en Asian Music, 1-2, 1969.

  • Blasdale, Christopher,The Shakuhachi: A manual for learning,Tokyo: Ongaku no Tomosha,Tokyo,1988,M

  • Borris Siegfried, Musikleben in Japan, Kassel, Basel, Paris, London and New York, Baerenreiter, 1967.

  • Fritsch Ingrid, Die Solo-Honkyoku der Tozan-Schule, Studien zur traditionellen Musik Japans, Band 4, Kassel, Basel, Tours, and London, Baerenreiter, 1979. 241 p. (Modern age)

  • Gould, Michael, y Taniguchi Yoshinobu. How to Play Classical Shakuhachi. Willits, CA: Tai Hei Shakuhachi, 1996.

  • Gutzwiller, Andreas. Die Shakuhachi der Kinko-Schule. STMJ, Vol. 5, 1983.

  • Kitahara, I (et. al.), The Encyclopedia of musical Instruments: The Shakuhachi, Ongakusha,Tokyo,1990

  • Ko, Tanimura, Shakuhachi Encyclopedia of musical Instruments, Tokyo Ongakusha,Tokyo,1990

  • Koyama, Housho, How to make the shakuhachi,KOYAMA, HOUSHO, Japan, 1977

  • Kozuki, Enzan, Shakuhachi seisakuho taizen, Takeda Toshado, Tokio, 1977 (1933)

  • Kozuki, Enzan, The whole method of making shakuhachi,HOOUDO Ltd., Japan, 1983

  • Lee, Riley K.,Yearning for the bell: A study of transmission in the shakuhachi Honkyoku tradition

  • Levenson, Monty H., The Japanese Shakuhachi Flute: Notes on the Craft & Construction

  • Mayers, Dan E. (ed.), Annals of the International Shakuhachi Society, International Shakuhachi Society, Sussex

  • Tanaka, Inzan, Gosenfu kara Shakuhachi no torikata, Ongaku no Tomosha, Tokio, l956

  • Tanimura Ko, (ed.), Shakuhachi Encyclopedia of Musical Instruments, Ongakusha, Tokio, 1990

  • Toya, Deiko, Komuso shakuhachi shinan, Komuso Kenkyukai, Fukuoka, 1984. "Instrucciones para Komuso Shakuhachi."

  • Tukitani, T, Collecting Basic Source Materials for the Syakuhati and constructing a Tentative Database Thereof, Tokyo,1992

  • Tukitani, T & Yamaguti, O (eds.), Toward a Handbook of Syakuhati Study: Classical Syakuhati Honkyoku, the past and the present, Osaka Syakuhati Kenkyutai, Japan, 1990

  • Ueno, Katami, Shakuhachi no rekishi, Kyowa Shuppansha, Tokyo, 1983. "Historia del Shakuhachi."

  • Weisgarber, Elliot, "The honkyoku of the Kinko-ryu" en Ethnomusicology, Vol. 12, No. 3, 1968.

Shomyo



  • Giesen, Walter, Zur Geschichte des buddhistischen Ritualgesangs in Japan, Studien zur traditionellen Musik Japans, Band I, Kassel-Basel, Tours and London, Baerenreiter, 1977

Shamisen

  • Adriaansz, Willem, Introduction to Shamisen Kumiuta, Frits Knuf B. V., Buren, The Netherlands, 1978. 127 p.

  • Atsumi, Seitaro, Hogaku buyo, Fuzambo, Tokyo, 1956. "Dictionary de Música para Danza Japonesa."

  • Crihfield, Liza, Ko-uta:"Little Songs" of the Geisha World, Charles E. Tuttle, Tokyo, 1979

  • Groemer, Gerald, The Spirit of Tsugaru, Harmonie Park Press, USA, 1999

  • Gerstle, C. A., Inobe, K., y Malm, W., Theater as Music. Ann Arbor: Center for Japanese Studies, 1990

  • Gerstle, C. A., Circles of Fantasy. MA, Harvard University Press, Cambridge, 1986

  • Keene, Donald. Bunraku, Kodansha International, Tokyo, 1965

  • Keister, Jay, Shaped by Japanese Music: Kikuoka Hiroaki and Nagauta Shamisen in Tokyo, Routledge, USA, 2004

  • Malm, William, Nagauta: The Heart of Kabuki Music, Charles E. Tuttle, Tokyo, 1963

  • Malm, William, "The Rise of Concert Shamisen Music in Nineteenth-Century Japan" en Recovering the Orient: Artists, Scholars, Appropriations. Bob Haddad (ed.) Reading, U.K., Harwood, 1994

  • Malm, William, Six Hidden Views of Japanese Music, University of California Press, Berkeley, 1986

  • Naoyuki, Suda (et. al.), The birth of Tsugaru shamisen music, Aomori University Press, Japan, 1998

  • Shamisen to sono ongaku. TOS, Vol. 7, 1978. "El Shamisen y su Música."

  • Tokita, Alice, Kiyomoto-bushi: Narrative Music of the Kabuki Theater, STMJ, 2000


Biwa

  • De Ferranti, Hugh. "Composition and Improvisation in Satsuma Biwa" en Musica Asiatica, Vol 6, Cambridge University Press, Cambridge, 1991, 102-27

  • Guignard, Silvain, "Structure and Performance of a Melodic Pattern, Haru Nagashi, in Chikuzenbiwa" en The Oral and the Literate in Music, Tokumaru Yoshiko y Yamaguchi Osamu (eds.), Academia Music, Tokyo, 1986, 273-87

  • Kamisango, Yuko (ed.), Heikebiwa katari to ongaku, Hitsuji Shobo, Tokyo, 1993. "Narración y Música de Heikebiwa."

  • Kimura, Riro, Higo biwahiki Yamashika Yoshiyuki yobanashi, Sanichi Shobo, Tokyo, 1994. "La Autobiografía de Yamashika Yoshiyuki, intérprete ciego de Biwa."

  • Kishibe, Shigeo, "The Origin of the P'ip'a" en The Transactions of the Asiatic Society of Japan, second series, Vol. 19 (December 1940), 261-304 and plates.

  • McCullough, Helen. Tale of the Heike. Stanford: Stanford University Press, 1988.

  • Otsubo, Sojiro, Chikuzenbiwa monogatari, Asahishinbunsha, Tokyo, 1983 (1929). "El Relato de Chikuzenbiwa."

  • Ruch, Rarbara, "Medieval Jongleurs and the Making of a National Literature" en Japan in the Muromachi Age. John Hall y Toyoda Takeshi, eds., University of California Press, Berkeley, 1977

  • Schmitz, Heinz-Eberhard, Satsumabiwa. STMJ, Vol. 7, 1994

  • Tateyama, Zennoshin, Heike onguku shi, Kimura Anju, Tokyo, 1978 (1910). "Historia de la Música del Heike."

Koto

  • Ackermann, Peter, Studien zur koto-musik von Edo, STMT, Vol. 6, 1986

  • Adriaansz, Willem, The Kumiuta and Danmono, Traditions of Japanese Koto Music, Berkley, University of California Press, USA, 1973

  • Gunther, Robert, y Mabuchi Usaburo, Quellen zur Kammermusik der Edo-Zeit, STMJ, Vol. 3, 1985

  • Ikutaryu sokyoku zenshu, Hogakusha, Tokyo, 1983-84. 4 vols.

  • Johnson, Henry, The Koto: A traditional Instrument in Contemporary Japan, Hotei Publishing, Amsterdam

  • Kikkawa, Eishi, The History of Japanese Koto Music and Ziua, con dos CDs. Tranducción con suplementos de Leonard C. Holvik, ed. de Yamaguti Osamu, Mita Press, Tokyo, 1997

  • Matsuda, Toshu, Sokyoku kashi kaimei, Hogakusha, Tokyo, 1983. "An Elucidation of the History of Koto Vocal Chamber Music."

  • Sokyoku to jiuta, TOS, Vol. 3, 1967. "Música Koto y Jiuta."

  • Tsuge, Genichi, Anthology of Sokyoku and Jiuta Song Texts, Academia Music, Tokyo, 1983

  • Wade, Bonnie, Tegotomono, Music for the Japanese Koto, Greenwood Press, Westport, Conn. and London, 1976

  • Yamadaryu sokyoku gakufu, Hogakusha, Tokyo, 1957-. "Notación de Koto del Estilo Yamada."

  • Yamazaki, Shinko, Yatsuhashiryu koto kumiuta no kenkyu. Kikkawa Eishi, ed., Zenongakufu Shuppansha, Tokyo, 1988. "Un Estudio sobre Kumiuta en la Escuela Yatsuhashi de Koto."

  • Yoshida, Bungo, Nihon no koto, Keisuisha, Hiroshima, 1984. "El Koto Japonés."


Gagaku

  • Eckardt, Hans, Das Kokonchomonshu des Tachibana Narisue als musikgeschichtliche Quelle, Otto Harassowits, Weisbaden, 1956

  • Garfias, Robert, Music of a Thousand Autumns, The Togaku Style of Japanese Court Music, University of California Press, Berkley, Los Angeles and London, 1975

  • Harich-Schneider, Eta, A Survey of the Remains of Japanese Court Music, Ethnos, 1951

  • Harich-Schneider, Eta, The Rhythmical Patterns in Gagaku and Bugaku, E. J. Brill, Leiden, 1954

  • Harich-Schneider, Eta, Roei, The Medieaval Songs of Japan, Sophia University Press, Tokyo, 1965

  • Hayashi, Kenzo, Gagaku, TOS, Vol. 10.

  • Markham, Elizabeth, Saibara, Cambridge University Press, Cambridge, 1983. 2 vols.

  • Murasaki, Shikibu, The Tale of Genji, (trans. by Edward G. Seidensticker), Knopf, New York, 1978

  • Nelson, Steven G., "Gagaku: Its Past and Present" in Gagaku no dezain. Ono Tadamaro (ed.), Shogakukan, Tokyo, 1990

  • Ogi, Mitsuo, Nihon kodai ongaku shiron, Yoshikawa Kobunkan, Tokyo, 1978. "Teoría de la Música Antigua del Japón."

  • Picken, Laurence (ed.), Musica Asiatica, Oxford University Press, Oxford, 1977

  • “Shosoin no gakki” y “Shosoin no men”, Nihon Keizai Shimbunsha, Tokyo, 1967. "Instrumentos Musicales del Tesoro Shosoin" y "Mascaras del Shosoin."

  • Shiba, Sukehiro (ed.), Gosenfu ni yoru gagaku sofu, Kawaigakufu, Tokyo, 1968-72. 4 vols.

  • Togi, Masataro, Gagaku: Court Music and Dance, Weatherhill, New York,1971

  • Wolz, Carl, Bugaku, Japanese Court Dance, Asian Music Publications, Providence, 1971

  • Yamada, Yoshio, Genji monogatari no ongaku, Hobunkan, Tokyo, 1969. "La Música en La Historia de los Genji."

Artes Escenicas



  • AA. VV., The Noh Drama: Ten Plays, Selected and Translated from the Japanese, Vol. 1. Tokyo: Charles E. Tuttle, 1955. Vols. 2 y 3 se titulan “Japanese Noh Drama”. Tokyo: Nippon Gakujutsu Shinkokai, 1959, 1960

  • Ando Tsuruo, Runraku, The Puppet Theater, Performing Arts of Japan I, New York and Tokyo, Walker/Weatherhill, 1970. 272 p.

  • Bethe, Monica, and Brazell, Karen, Dance in the No Theater, Vol. 29. Cornell East Asia Papers. Ithaca: Cornell University China-Japan Program, 1982

  • Bethe, Monica, and Emmert, Richard, Noh Performance Guide, Vol. I. Tokyo: National Noh Theater, 1992

  • Birch, Cyril, Scenes for Mandarins: The Elite Theater of the Ming, Harvard University Press, 1999

  • Brandon, James, Kabuki: Five Classical Plays, University of Hawaii Press, Honolulu, 1992

  • Brandon, James, Malm, W., y Shively, D., Studies in Kabuki, University of Hawaii Press, Honolulu, 1978

  • Brown, Steven, Theatricalities of Power: The Cultural Politics of Noh, Stanford University Press, USA, 2001

  • Clarence Scott, Adophe, The Kabuki Theatre of Japan, Dover Publishers, 1999

  • Crump J.I. and Malm W.P. (ed.), Chinese and Japanese Music-Dramas, Michigan Papers in Chinese Studies, No. 19, Ann Arbor, Center for Chinese Studies, The University of Michigan, 1975. 255 p.

  • De Poorter, Erika, Zeami's Talks on Sarugaku, Hotei Publishing, 2002

  • Emmert, Richard, Hiranori, in Musical Voices of Asia, The Japan Foundation, Tokyo, 1980

  • Emmert, Richard, The Maigoto of No- a Musical Analysis of the Chu no Mai, in Yearbook for Traditional Music, Vol. 15, 1983

  • Ernst, Earle, The Kabuki Theater, University of Hawaii Press, Honolulu, 1956

  • Gerstle, C. A., Inobe, K., y Malm, W. Theater as Music. Ann Arbor: Center for Japanese Studies, 1990

  • Halford, Aubrey, The Kabuki Handbook, Charles E. Tuttle, Tokyo, 1956

  • Hoff, Frank, Song, Dance, Storytelling: Aspects of the Performing Arts in Japan, Cornell University Press, Ithaca, 1978

  • Inoura Yoshinobu and Kawatake Toshio, The Traditional Theater of Japan, Tokyo, The Japan Foundation, 1981. 259 p.

  • Kabuki. TOS, Vol. 12, 1980.

  • Keene, Donald, Noh and Bunraku. Two forms of Japanese Theatre, Columbia University Press, New York, USA,1990(1965,66)

  • Keene, Donald (ed.), Twenty Plays of the Noh Theatre, Columbia University Press, New York, 1970

  • Keene, Donald (trans.), Chushingura - The treasury of Loyal Retainers, Columbia University Press, New York, 1971

  • Keene, Donald (trans.), Major Plays of Chikamatsu, Columbia University Press, New York, 1961

  • Kineya, Eizaemon, Kabuki ongaku shusei, Kabuki Ongaku Shusei Kankokai, Tokyo, 1976 (Una Recopilación de Música Kabuki)

  • Komparu, Kunio, The Noh Theater, Weatherhill, Tokyo, 1983

  • Leiter, Samuel (ed.), Kabuki Encyclopedia, Greenwood Press, London, 1979

  • Malm, William P., Nagauta, The heart of Kabuki Music, Tuttle, Tokyo,1963

  • Masakatsu, Gunji, Kabuki, Kodansha International, Tokyo, 1985 (1969)

  • Masakatsu, Gunji, Buyo, The Classical Dance, Performing Arts of Japan III, New York, Tokyo and Kyoto, Weatherhill/Tankosha, 1970. 207 p.

  • Matsuyama, Yoshio, Studien zur No-Musik, Beitraege zur Ethnomusikologie 8, Hamburg, Karl Dieter Wagner, 1980. 407 p.

  • Miyake, Koichi, Fushi no seikai, Hinoki Shoten, Tokyo, 1955

  • Miyake, Koichi, Jibyoshi seikai. Hinoki Shoten, Tokyo, 1954

  • Miyake, Koichi, Shidai kara kiri made no utaikata, Hinoki Shoten, Tokyo, 1952

  • Mochizuki, Tainosuke, Kabuki no geza ongaku, Engeki Shuppansha, Tokyo, 1975 (La Música en la Transescena del Kabuki)

  • Morita, Misao, Yokyoku mai hyoshi taisei, Yoshida Yokyoku Shoten, Osaka, 1914

  • Nakamura, Yasuo, Noh, The Classical Theater, Performing Arts of Japan IV, New York and Tokyo, Walker/Weatherhill, 1971. 248 p.

  • Ortolani, Benito, The Japanese theatre : from shamanistic ritual to contemporary pluralism, Princeton University Press, Princeton, New Jersey, 1995

  • Rath, Eric, The Ethos of Noh: Actors and Their Art, Harvard University Press, 2004

  • Sekine, Masaru, Zeami and his Theories of Noh Drama, Colin Smythe, Great Britain, 1985

  • Tamba, Akira, La structure musicale du nô, Éditions Klincksieck, France, 1974

  • Tamba, Akira, The Musical Structure of Noh, Tokai Unviersity Press, Japan, 1975

  • Tan, G. Jessica, (et. al.), Chinese Opera, Abbeville Press, 2001

  • Toita Yasuji, Kabuki, The Popular Theater, Performing Arts of Japan II, New York, Tokyo and Kyoto, Weatherhill/Tankosha, 1970. 247 p.

  • Yokyoku, hyakuban y Nishino Haruo, (ed.), Iwanami Shoten, Tokyo, 1998

  • Zeami, Kandensho: A secret book of Noh Art, Union Services Co, Japan, 1975

  • Zeami, Fushikaden - tratado sobre la práctica del teatro Noh y cuatro dramas Noh, Trotta, Madrid, 1999

Música Rural y “Popular”



  • Chun, Allen (et. al.) (ed.), Rafashioning Pop Music in Asia, Routledge Curzon, London, 2004

  • Fujisawa, Morihiko, Hayariuta hyakunenshi, Daiichi Shuppansha, Tokyo, 1951. "Cien Años de Música Popular."

  • Groemer, Gerald, Bakumatsu no hayariuta, Meicho Shuppan, Tokyo, 1995.

  • Hughes, David. " 'Esashi Oiwake' and the Beginnings of Modern Japanese Folk Song" en The World of Music, Vol. 34, 1992

  • Koizumi Fumio, Nihon dento ongaku no kenkyu, Ongaku no Tomosha, Tokio, 1957. "Un Estudio sobre la Música Tradicional del Japón."

  • Kojima Tomiko y Fujii Tomoaki, Nihon no oto no bunka, Daiichi Shobo, Tokyo, 1994. "La Cultura del Sonido Japonés."

  • Misumi Haruo, Minzoku no geino, Kawade Shobo, Tokyo, 1964. "Artes Escénicas Folclóricas."

  • Nihon minyo daijiten, Asano Kenji (ed.), Yuzankaku, Tokio, 1983. "Enciclopedia de Canciones Rurales Japonesas."

  • Nihon minyo taikan, Nihon Hoso Shuppan Kyokai, Tokyo, 1953-."A General Survey of Japanese Folk Songs."

  • Nihon no minyo to minzoku, TOS, Vol. 1, 1967, "Canciones Rurales Japonesas y los Grupos Etnicos."

  • Nishiyama Matsunosuke, Edo Cultulre: Daily Life and Diversions in Urban Japan, 1600-1868, trad. de Gerald Groemer, University of Hawaii Press, Honolulu, 1997

  • Philippi, Donald, Songs of Gods, Songs of Humans, Tokyo University Press, Tokio, 1975

  • Potter, John, The Power of Okinawa, Roots music from the Ryukus

  • Soeda Tomomichi, Enka no Meiji Taisho shi, Tosui Shobo, Tokio, 1982. "Historia de las Canciones Populares en los periodos Meiji y Taisho."

  • Soeda Tomomichi, Ryukoka Meiji Taisho shi, Tosui Shobo, Tokio, 1952. "Historia de la Música Popular de los periodos Meiji y Taisho."

  • Yano, Christine, Tears of Longing, Nostalgia and the Nation in the Japanese popular song (Enka), Harvard University Asian Center, USA, 2002

Referencias generales


  • AA.VV., Sources of Japanese Tradition. Volume 1. From Earliest times to 1600, Columbia University Press, New York, 2001 (1958)

  • AA.VV., Sources of Japanese Tradition. Volume 2 – part 1. 1600-1868, Columbia University Press, New York, 2006

  • AA.VV., Sources of Japanese Tradition. Volume 2 – part 2. 1868-2000, Columbia University Press, New York, 2001 (1958)

  • Allen, Mathew, Identity and Resistance in Okinawa, Rowman & Littlefield Publishers INC,Maryland, USA, 2002,

  • Aston, W.G. (transl), Nihongi. Chronicles of Japan from the earliest times to A.D. 697, Tuttle, Vermont, Tokyo, 1993 (1972)

  • Chamberlain, Basil Hall (transl.), The Kojiki, Records of ancient matters, Tuttle, Vermont, Tokyo, 1986

Bibliografía



  • K.H.S. Bibliography of Standard Reference Books for Japanese Studies, Kokusai Bunka Shinkokai, Tokyo, 1960

  • Kishibe, Shigeo, Ethnomusicology in Japan, Asian Culture Quarterly, Vol. VII, No. 2, Summer 1979, Taipei. p. 28-37.

  • Kishibe, Shigeo, Chapter on music in K.B.S. Bibliography of Standard Reference Books for Japanese Studies with Descriptive Notes, Vol. VI (B), Kokusai Bunka Shinkokai, Tokyo, 1960. p. 121-172.

  • Matsushita, hitoshi (compilador), A Checklist of Published Instrumental Music by Japanese Composers, Academia Music LTD, Japan, 1989

  • Mitani, Yoko and Kishibe, Shigeo, An Annotated Catalogue of Major Record Albums and Music Books in Staff Notation of the Traditional Music of Japan, Music and the World, Magazine of the Japanese National Committee of International Music Council, No. 2, 1976. p. 17-36.

  • Tsuge, Genichi, Japanese Music: An Annotated Bibliography, Garland, New York, 1986

  • Waterman, R.A., Lichtenwanger, W., Herrmann, V.H., Poleman, H.I. and Hobbs, C., Bibliography of Asiatic Music, V. Central East Asia, B, Japan, NOTES, Music Library Association, Second Series, Vol. VII, No. 2, March, 1950. P. 265-279

Música Contemporánea




  • AA. VV., Contemporary Music Review, Volume 8, part 2. Flute and Shakuhachi, Harwood academic publishers, Switzerland,1994

  • Eppstein, Ury, The Beginnings of Western Music in Meiji Era Japan, The Edwin Mellen Press, USA, 1994

  • Galliano, Luciana,Yogaku. Japanese Music in the Twentieth Century, Scarecrow Press, INC., USA, 2002 (1953)

  • Matsushita, Hitoshi, A checklist of Published Instrumental Music by Japanese Composers, Academia Music Ltd., 1989

  • Takemitsu, Toru, Confronting Silence, Fallen Leaf Press, California, USA, 1995

Reportes




  • AA.VV., Tradition and its Future in Music: Report of SIMS 1990, Osaka, Mita Press, Japan, 1991

  • AA.VV., Musical Voices of Asia: Report of Asian Traditional Performing Arts 1978, Heibonsha Limited Publishers, Japan, 1980


Tradición


  • Sato, Soso, Soul of Japan: Introducing Traditional Japanese Arts to the New Generations, Keio University Press, Japan, 2005

Genero




  • AA.VV., Performing Japanese Women, número especial de Women & Performance: journal of feminist theory, Vol.12, No. 1, Issue 23, 2001

Internet




  • www.shakuhachi.es

    • Pagina personal de Horacio Curti conteniendo información sobre su actividad profesional y sobre el shakuhachi y la música japonesa

  • www.shakuhachi.com

    • Pagina comercial de Monty Levenson, constructor de shakuhachi en USA, donde pueden adquirirse muchos materiales relacionados con el shakuhachi y la música japonesa

  • www.casaasia.es

    • Institución relacionada con Asia en cuanto a negocios y cultura. Posee una agenda de actividades, bases de datos sobre temas relacionados con Asia y una mediateca con una respetable colección de libros, grabaciones de audio y video de materiales relacionados con Asia-Pacifico

  • http://www.japonartesescenicas.org/

    • Pagina con información sobre música y artes escénicas de Japón

  • http://www.jpf.go.jp/e/jfic/lib/index.html

    • Catalogo de la biblioteca de la Japan Foundation en Tokio, contiene una muy buena colección de materiales relacionados con Japón incluyendo música

  • http://www.shakuhachisociety.eu/

  • http://www.ugr.es/~feiap/

    • Foro Español de investigación sobre Asia Pacífico

  • http://www.rutadeseda.org/presentacion.html

    • Pagina sobre el arte escénica Noh, conteniendo glosario de términos, informaciones y textos de obras de Noh tanto en japones como en traducción al Ingles





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