Bunraku
noun Etymology: Japanese Date: 1920 Japanese puppet theater featuring large costumed wooden puppets, puppeteers who are onstage, and a chanter who speaks all the lines

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  • Bunraku — (jap. 文楽; auch: 人形浄瑠璃 Ningyō Jōruri) ist eine traditionelle, japanische Form des Figurentheaters. Inhaltlich werden von Bunraku und Kabuki ähnliche Themen aufgegriffen, denn beides sind Theaterformen, die aus der gleichen gesellschaftlichen… …   Deutsch Wikipedia

  • bunraku — ● bunraku nom masculin (mot japonais) Au Japon, spectacle traditionnel de marionnettes. bunraku [bunʀaku] n. m. ÉTYM. XXe; mot japonais. ❖ ♦ Didact. Théâtre japonais de marionnettes, issu d un style de narration accompagné au biwa, le joruri,… …   Encyclopédie Universelle

  • Bunraku —   das, , Ningyo Jōruri [ dʒo ], eine der japanischen Formen des Puppentheaters, gehört zu den traditionellen Bühnenkünsten Japans (japanisches Theater). Das Bunraku besteht aus der Rezitation eines epischen Gedichts (Jōruri), vorgetragen vom Tayu …   Universal-Lexikon

  • bunraku — BUNRÁKU s. n. Teatru tradiţional japonez de marionete. (< engl. bunraku) Trimis de raduborza, 04.06.2006. Sursa: MDN …   Dicționar Român

  • bunraku — bunràku m DEFINICIJA kazal. japansko pučko kazalište s velikim lutkama koje pokreću vidljivi glumci pjevači, prati ih glazbenik na samisenu ETIMOLOGIJA jap.: književno (kazališno) uživanje ← kin. ≃ wen le …   Hrvatski jezični portal

  • bunraku — ☆ bunraku [boon′rä′ko͞o΄ ] n. [Jpn, after U. Bunrakuken, 19th c. reviver of the traditional puppet show] a form of puppet show in Japan with nearly life size puppets, each operated by two or three on stage puppeteers, while dialogue and narration …   English World dictionary

  • Bunraku — Le théâtre de marionnettes Ningyo Johruri Bunraku * P …   Wikipédia en Français

  • Bunraku — This article is about the traditional form of Japanese puppet theatre. For the 2011 film, see Bunraku (film). A bunraku puppet s head. This particular puppet is a head used in Sanbaso performances. Bunraku (文楽 …   Wikipedia

  • Bunraku — Para la película, véase Bunraku (película). El teatro de marionetas Ningyo Johruri Bunraku Patrimonio Cultural Inmaterial …   Wikipedia Español

  • bunraku — /boon rah kooh/, n. (sometimes cap.) a form of Japanese puppet theater in which puppeteers, dressed in black and visible to the audience, manipulate large puppets to the accompaniment of a chanted narration and musical instruments. [1915 30; <… …   Universalium

  • bunraku —    In Japanese art tradition, a kind of puppet theater in which each puppet is animated by three black clad puppeteers. Bunraku has been practised in Japan at least since the 17th century …   Glossary of Art Terms

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