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Throughout China's history, poems were written to be sung; songs were danced.
... danced processionals (gyodo in Japan), dance opera (Peking and other forms
of Chinese opera), puppet theatre (khoktugaksi in Korea and bunraku in Japan),
In three notable arts instances, however, the performing arts in China and in
Japan can be seen to be closely related to the visual arts. During the Sung
dynasty (960-1279) in China, Northern and Southern schools of painting evolved
that were ...
A black flag whisked across the stage means a storm, a light blue one a breeze A
scene from The White-Haired Girl, a propaganda opera- ballet performed in the
People's Republic of China. or the ocean. Chinese opera is one of the most ...
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