著者
牧野 英三
出版者
奈良教育大学
雑誌
奈良教育大学紀要. 人文・社会科学 (ISSN:05472393)
巻号頁・発行日
vol.29, no.1, pp.115-136, 1980-11-25

At the Shunie performed at the Nigatsudo Hall of the Todaiji Temple, the Jimmyocho, which is supposed to have originated with the Engishiki, is recited immediately after the Shoya period every day during the fortnight's ritual, following the Jobun of the Kanjoku recited by the officiating priest, Daidoshi. The chanting of the Jimmyocho, of which seven common priests (Hirashu) take charge as chanters (Yomiyaku) by turns, takes place for the purpose of inviting the gods omnipresent throughout Japan, amounting to over 13,700, to the ceremonial hall of the Shunie, and calling on them to help carry out the religious cerermony, Gyobo, uneventfully. It is not, however, until he is confined in the Nigatsudo Hall for the religious devotion for the third year that the Hirashu is qualified for the Yomiyaku. There are two ways of chanting-Hombushi, orthodox recital, and Hikiage, informal recital. The Hombushi is recited for the first seven days, Johichinichi, and the Hikiage for the latter seven days, Gehichinichi. However, on the days with rather lots of rituals, such as the fifth and seventh days during the Johichinichi, the Hikiage is recited. The Jimmyocho is divided into nine sections. The first section is recited rather slowly to anicety. The tempo of the recitation is accelerated gradually from the second section on, until it comes to its audible limit, especially in the fifth to the seventh section. In the eighth section the tempo is decelerated to that of the first part. In the recitation of the Goryo in the ninth section the scale is toned down, and the whole recitation comes to the finish in stillness. The time required for chanting varies from twenty to twenty-eight minutes according to the Hombushi or the Hikiage, and the Yomiyaku, etc. The note of the melody of the Jimmyocho and the pattern of each section are shown on the following pages. (The music is based on what was taped by the late Daisojo Kokai Kitagawara, former Betto of the Todaiji Temple, in 1958.)

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