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Zlos-Gar: Performing Traditions of Tibet By Jamyang Norbu Zlos Gar Performing Traditions of Tibet Commemorative Issue on the Occasion of the th Anniversary of Founding of Tibetan Institute of Performing Arts Introduction Jamyang Norbu Memories of Shoton Hugh E Richardson Music of t
  • Title: Zlos-Gar: Performing Traditions of Tibet
  • Author: Jamyang Norbu
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  • Page: 125
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  • Zlos-Gar: Performing Traditions of Tibet By Jamyang Norbu Commemorative Issue on the Occasion of the 25th Anniversary of Founding of Tibetan Institute of Performing Arts 1959 84 1 Introduction Jamyang Norbu 2 Memories of Shoton Hugh E Richardson 3 Music of the Lhasa Minstrels Geoffrey Samuel 4 The Life of the Child Padma od bar from the theatre to the painted Image Anne Marie Blondeau 5 The Bonpo Tradition Ritual PractCommemorative Issue on the Occasion of the 25th Anniversary of Founding of Tibetan Institute of Performing Arts 1959 84 1 Introduction Jamyang Norbu 2 Memories of Shoton Hugh E Richardson 3 Music of the Lhasa Minstrels Geoffrey Samuel 4 The Life of the Child Padma od bar from the theatre to the painted Image Anne Marie Blondeau 5 The Bonpo Tradition Ritual Practices, Ceremonials, Protocol and Monastic Behaviour Ricardo O Canzio 6 Three Sacred Bon Dances Cham Samten G Karmay 7 Preliminary Remarks concerning the use of Musical notation in Tibet Mireille Helffer 8 Thang stong rGyalpo, Father of the Tibetan Drama Tradition The Bodhisattva as Artist Janet Gyatso 9 The State of Research in Tibetan Folk Music Peter Crossley Holland 10 A Note on Vajra dance choreography in the snow in the early 18th century AD Heather Stoddard 11 A Preliminary Study of Gar, the Court Dance and Music of Tibet Jamyang Norbu with Tashi Dhondup
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    1. Jamyang Norbu

      Jamyang Norbu is a Tibetan political activist and writer, who lived for over 40 years as an exile in India He now resides in America.He founded and directed the Amnye Machen Institute, Tibetan Centre for Advanced Studies, Dharamsala He is the author of Warriors of Tibet, the biography of a Khampa warrior Illusion and Reality, a collection of his political essays, and the editor of The Performing Traditions of Tibet He was also the director of the Tibetan Institute for Performing Arts and has written five plays and a traditionall opera libretto.Norbu has lectured on Tibetan culture and the freedom struggle at than a hundred universities and institutions in the USA, Canada, Australia, France, India, Japan, and the UK He has also appeared on a number of television and radio shows and interviews all over the world to argue the case of Tibet.

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