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- n. A form of Japanese contemporary dance.
- adj. Pertaining to butoh.
- Japanese 舞踏 (butō). The trailing “h” is to indicate the pronunciation – compare bokeh. (Wiktionary)
“Kazuo Ohno, 103, a founder of an experimental modern dance style called butoh that took hold in Japan after World War II and uses dark, grotesque imagery, painstakingly slow movement and themes of despair and desolation to reflect the atrocities of war, died June 1 of respiratory failure at a hospital in Yokohama, Japan.”
“Trudi is an aficionado of the dance style called butoh, and the performance reminds her of the interests she forsook to raise a family.”
“Awhile ago Rojaks told me 'butoh' in Malay means 'ass.”
“Givenchy combined the bizarre extremes of the Japanese 'butoh' dance movement, with elaborate 'plumage' embroidery and fluorescent embellishments based on the construction of robot-toys, the polar opposite of Elie Saab 's extravagant red carpet Chantilly lace gowns, encrusted with crystals, and aimed at Hollywood royalty like Cameron Diaz and Scarlett Johansson.”
“Place Vendôme, for example, took inspiration from the traditional Japanese art of 'butoh', and the late master of this dance art, Kazuo Ohno.”
“I think they played all of the new album,: ankoku butoh:, as well as a few older songs.”
“My thanks to Kenji Schwartz of Seattle, for sending me a copy of The Sauropods: Evolution and Paleobiology, and to William and Monica for sending me a copy of the new Faith and the Muse CD,: ankoku butoh:.”
“Butoh is a term shortened from '' ankoko butoh, '' which means '' dance of utter darkness. '”
“I went to a Japanese Festival where I saw a butoh procession, bought some first flush sencha (picked only 2 weeks ago!) an had a picknick with friend while listening to taiko drummers.”
“Friday night I spent at the Getty Center, where a few hundred invited guests watched butoh dancers slowly, very slowly moving through the arrival plaza while striking one contorted pose after another.”
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