NamesMatsumoto, Jōshō (Dancer)Tamaki, Antei (Musical director)Lander, Joan (Videographer)Burns, Dennis (Videographer)Weber, Cinda (Videographer)Japan Studies Institute: Performing Arts of Okinawa (Performer)University of Hawaii at Manoa (Presenter)
Asia Dance Project Video Archive
Dates / OriginDate Created: 1976-08-12
Table of ContentsCONTENTS. - Okinawan Eisa, group dances traditionally performed in connection with the O-Bon festival. The dances include: Chunjun Nagari, Sauen Bushi, Yesa Bushi, Yokatsu Kaijō Meguri, Asadōya Yunta, and Asadōya. Performance in Andrews Amphitheatre, August 12, 1976, featuring the Higa Masutada Minyo Club/Okinawa. - Studio rehearsal, in costume, of Eisa dances performed on Reel 1, with modifications in transitions between dances and some special formations. Performed by Sue Maynard, Bea Shimabukuro, Shizuko Shiroma, Zensho Mijo, Joan Shimabukuro, Joyce Isa, Lori Teruya, and Caryn Kaya. - Jōshō Matsumoto performs Eisa dances Chunjun Nagari, Sauen Bushi, and Yesa Bushi in a studio demonstration.
Library locationsJerome Robbins Dance DivisionShelf locator: *MGZIDF 6437Shelf locator: *MGZIC 7-358 (former)
TopicsDance -- Okinawa
GenresFilmed danceFilmed performances
NotesVideotaped for the Asia Dance Project, JDR 3rd Fund by Joan Buehring, Dennis Burns, and Cinda Weber during an out-of-door performance at the Andrews Amphitheatre, University of Hawaii at Manoa, on August 12, 1976, and in summer workshop rehearsals. Dance director: Jōshō Matsumoto. Music director: Antei Tamaki. Sponsored by the Japan Studies Institute: Performing Arts of Okinawa and the University of Hawaii Endowment for Japanese Studies, as part of a Festival of Ethnic Music and Dance.Additional physical form: For program notes, see: *MGZR Japan Studies Institute: Performing Arts of Okinawa. [Clippings]
Physical DescriptionVideotape reelExtent: 2 videotape reels (97 min.) : sound, black and white ; 1/2 in.
Type of ResourceMoving image
IdentifiersRLIN/OCLC: NYPY797066822-FNYPL catalog ID (B-number): b12158180Universal Unique Identifier (UUID): a84a90a0-7dcf-0134-75ee-00505686a51c
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