みはからい

English translation: placement of a pause

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Japanese term or phrase:みはからい
English translation:placement of a pause
Entered by: casey

08:17 Sep 14, 2006
Japanese to English translations [PRO]
Art/Literary - Music
Japanese term or phrase: みはからい
能囃子の≪みはからい≫がここで意図されている。

The "what" of Noh music is intentional? All I can find for 見計らい is "open" "at one's discretion" or "for review".
casey
United States
Local time: 04:13
pause
Explanation:
That means that, unlike the European way of thinking, there was no single person who controlled everything - the unique Japanese "mihakarai" or the placement of a pause - but rather, each member played by listening to the other members, depending on the particular situation at the time. Indeterminate music is precisely that kind of music.

That means that, unlike the European way of thinking, there was no single person who controlled everything - the unique Japanese "mihakarai" or the ...
www.arttowermito.or.jp/music/ichiyanagi05.html - 21k
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Explanation:
That means that, unlike the European way of thinking, there was no single person who controlled everything - the unique Japanese "mihakarai" or the placement of a pause - but rather, each member played by listening to the other members, depending on the particular situation at the time. Indeterminate music is precisely that kind of music.

That means that, unlike the European way of thinking, there was no single person who controlled everything - the unique Japanese "mihakarai" or the ...
www.arttowermito.or.jp/music/ichiyanagi05.html - 21k

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