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Fue-zutsu (笛筒)

A tube-shaped container for a nō-kan (Noh flute). On stage, it is attached to the player's right hi...

Fujita-ryū (藤田流)

One of the Noh flute schools. The founder of the school was Fujita Seibee Shigemasa (1600 (Keichō 5)...

Fukkyoku (復曲)

Around 200 Noh plays are performed as “current pieces”. The existing Noh pieces are based on the “ka...

Fukuō-ryū (福王流)

A Noh school of waki actors. The founder of the school, Fukuō Kamiemon Moritada (1521-1606), was a S...

Furyu (風流)

See "Furyū" ...

Furyū (風流)

Okina (properly referred to as shikisanban) has been called “Noh, yet not Noh,” as it is a special p...

Fushi Kaden (風姿花伝)

See "Fūshi Kaden"...

Fushi (節)

A form of vocal referring to vocal parts with melody, or such a melody itself. The part without melo...

Fūshi Kaden (風姿花伝)

Fūshi Kaden is the treatise on Noh written by one of its great founders, Zeami, based on his father,...


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