• 工作坊:變動中的沖繩藝能:從士族的武術到大眾的舞踊」

  • 沖繩舞踊原本是琉球王國的王府在接待中國使節與薩摩藩時,由居於高位的士族演出,並無專業表演者。1872年琉球成為日本的領土後,王府結束,原本作為外交工具的舞踊和組踊由下級武士繼承學習、表演,逐漸發展成娛樂市場中大眾喜愛的型態。


    琉球武術「本部流」由王族親授,本部御殿手的「取手」跟琉球舞踊有許多共通之處。本次將邀請「本部流」的本部直樹老師等人,與琉球舞踊兩大流派(玉城流、渡嘉敷流)的藝術家實際演出,並由板谷徹教授現場解說。
  • 工作坊地點:國立臺北藝術大學戲劇學系T205教室
    工作坊時間:2018年9月29日至9月30日,晚上6:30-9:00
    講師:板谷徹(沖繩藝術大學音樂學部名譽教授)、細井尚子(日本立教大學異文化溝通學部、文學研究科教授,亞洲地域研究所所員)
    沖繩本部流武術專家:本部直樹、新崎文子
    琉球舞踊玉城流舞蹈家:中曽根律子、平良冨士子
    琉球舞踊渡嘉敷流舞蹈家:棚原由理子

    三線演奏家:田渕愛子
  • Workshop:

  • The Changing Traditional Okinawan Arts Performances--From the Martial Arts of the Warrior Class to the Dance of the Public


    Traditional Okinawan Dance originated from the court dance in Ryukyu king’s palace, performed by high-ranking warriors while receiving Chinese ambassadors and Satsuma messengers and there were no professional dancers in the beginning. But after Ryukyu became a part of Japanese territory in 1872 and Ryukyu king’s palace ceased to exist, court dance and kumiodori (組踊), which had once been performed to help diplomacy, were passed down to lower-ranking warriors for them to learn and perform and gradually developed to become a popular form of entertainment in the entertainment market. 
  • The Ryukyu martial arts, Motobu-ryu, were taught by the royal family members themselves. The Torite (取手) of Motobu Court Martial Arts (本部御殿手Motobuudundi) shares many similarities with Ryukyu Dance. In this workshop, we have invited MOTOBU Naoki and other experts of Motobu-ryu and artists of two schools of Ryukyu dance, TAMAGUSHIKU and TOKASHIKI, to do performances, and Prof. ITAYA Toru will give on-site interpretations. 
  • Venue:Classroom T205 in the Department of Theatre Arts, Taipei National University of the Arts
    Timel:On the evenings of September 29th and 30th 2018 From 6:30 p.m. to 9:00 p.m.
    Interpreter:ITAYA Toru (Professor Emeritus of the Faculty of Music in Okinawa Prefectural University of Arts)
    Okinawan Motobu-ryu Martial Arts Experts:MOTOBU Naoki, ARASAKI Fumiko
    Dancers of TAMAGUSHIKU school of Ryukyu dance:NAKASONE Ritsuko, TAIRA Fujiko
    Dancer of TOKASHIKI school of Ryukyu dance: TANAHARA Yuriko   

    Sanshin Artist: TABUCHI Aiko