Liang Xiang


Liang Xiang
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Le 'Liang Xiang (« présentation coulante » dite aussi « pose figée ») est un code de jeu conventionnel de l’opéra chinois.

C’est une pose que prennent les personnages principaux soit à leur entrée en scène ou à leur sortie, soit après une danse ou un combat, ce qui permet à ces personnages d’exprimer leur état d’esprit, notamment à leur première apparition.

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