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In the Noh play Tsunemasa the story was about the happening at the night of the salvation of Tsunemasas soul Tsunemasa a certain prince of the House of Taira who had died in the Battle of the Western While Tsunemasa was still in the world he really enjoyed playing his lute the Green Hill Therefore the priest Gyokei was bidden by his master to dedicate the lute to Buddha and to perform a liturgy of flutes and strings for the salvation of Tsunemasas soul The sound of prayers brought the ghost of Tsunemasa back to the world and appeared in a visible shadow However no one in there could see him because Tsunemasa was ashamed of the woes that consumed him Another Noh play Youchi Soga was about Soga Goro and Soga Juro decided to carry out their revenge at the night when they went hunting They ordered their servants Danaburo and Onio to return to Soga to deliver their letters and mementos to their family At first their servants refused their request because they wished to die with their masters However in the action of the assassination Juro was killed by the Shoguns soldiers and later Goro was also bound the soldiers In these two Noh plays both protagonists also deal with the lives and sufferings of warriors For example according to the story of Tsunemasa Tsunemasa had been killed in the battle so he was still suffering the woes that consuming him Therefore the priest performed a liturgy for the salvation of his soul In the Youchi Soga play the Soga brothers were also suffering the woe of losing their father That woe forced them to take revenge on their fathers murderer and these was just a warriors life After Joro was killed Goro was suffering another lose of brother Although both protagonists in these two Noh plays also deal with sufferings of the woe of warriors these two plays are quite different
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