Observations on the importance of the yao/koshi [腰] to the actor in Japanese nô and Chinese jingju (‘Beijing opera’). / Thorpe, Ashley.

Expressions of the Invisible: A Comparative Study of Noh and Other Traditions: Noh Research Studies 3. ed. / Reiko Yamanaka; Michael Watson. Tokyo, 2015. p. 19-40.

Research output: Chapter in Book/Report/Conference proceedingChapter (peer-reviewed)

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Observations on the importance of the yao/koshi [腰] to the actor in Japanese nô and Chinese jingju (‘Beijing opera’). / Thorpe, Ashley.

Expressions of the Invisible: A Comparative Study of Noh and Other Traditions: Noh Research Studies 3. ed. / Reiko Yamanaka; Michael Watson. Tokyo, 2015. p. 19-40.

Research output: Chapter in Book/Report/Conference proceedingChapter (peer-reviewed)

Harvard

Thorpe, A 2015, Observations on the importance of the yao/koshi [腰] to the actor in Japanese nô and Chinese jingju (‘Beijing opera’). in R Yamanaka & M Watson (eds), Expressions of the Invisible: A Comparative Study of Noh and Other Traditions: Noh Research Studies 3. Tokyo, pp. 19-40.

APA

Thorpe, A. (2015). Observations on the importance of the yao/koshi [腰] to the actor in Japanese nô and Chinese jingju (‘Beijing opera’). In R. Yamanaka, & M. Watson (Eds.), Expressions of the Invisible: A Comparative Study of Noh and Other Traditions: Noh Research Studies 3 (pp. 19-40).

Vancouver

Thorpe A. Observations on the importance of the yao/koshi [腰] to the actor in Japanese nô and Chinese jingju (‘Beijing opera’). In Yamanaka R, Watson M, editors, Expressions of the Invisible: A Comparative Study of Noh and Other Traditions: Noh Research Studies 3. Tokyo. 2015. p. 19-40

Author

Thorpe, Ashley. / Observations on the importance of the yao/koshi [腰] to the actor in Japanese nô and Chinese jingju (‘Beijing opera’). Expressions of the Invisible: A Comparative Study of Noh and Other Traditions: Noh Research Studies 3. editor / Reiko Yamanaka ; Michael Watson. Tokyo, 2015. pp. 19-40

BibTeX

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