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Guanjiang Shou troupes are one of Taiwan’s most popular zhentou that may be seen all over
Taiwan at traditional folk relig...
官將首,本稱增損二將,是地藏王菩薩的護法,後成為臺灣民俗的一種陣頭,相傳由新莊地藏庵首先開創。

臺灣民間信仰中,青面增將軍與紅面損二將軍原本為天地靈氣所化之仙,後受地藏王菩薩願力之感召,作為護法將軍,
被稱為「諸官將之首」,是為「官將首」。 ...
分辨八家將及官將首的方法
八家將

特徵  陣頭

法器

官將首

腳步

不持羽扇,中尊持三叉尖槍

有明顯的圖案,代表不同聖獸或特性

以白色填底,加上彩色線條,無明顯圖案

以外八字的「八字步 」為主

以高低交叉步 伐前進

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11/20/2013 王文堯 Kaohsiung Taiwan R.O.C
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Beauty of Taiwanese Culture - Guanjiang Shou & Bajiajiang 官將首與八家將

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  • @marcus33 Thank you Marcus, Taiwan's culture has his unique, take a long time to get to know,Have a nice day! ^_^
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  • Very good job Eddie. It seems to be very exotic for me. I appreciate a lot. Thanks for sharing one part of your culture. Have a nice day.
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  • @mireille30100 Good Morning ! Thank you Mireille, music is subject to copyright, my original soundtrack is Taiwan song,the effect not be the same.
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  • Bright colours on a French song ! Thank you Eddie !
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  4. 4. Guanjiang Shou troupes are one of Taiwan’s most popular zhentou that may be seen all over Taiwan at traditional folk religion (Daoist) gatherings. With their fiercely painted faces, protruding fangs and powerful, choreographed performances, they are easily recognized but commonly mistaken for Bajiajiang who, although both Jiajiang troupes, are of different origins. They may be described as underworld police or gods’ bodyguards. Duties: Guangjiang Shou are underworld military leaders with the added responsibilities of protecting the gods in their charge, expelling demons and chasing away plagues. They commonly protect gods in charge of punishing criminals, such as: Kitsbargha, the City God, Emperor Dong Yue, Qingshan Wang, etc. --WE Blog THE WORLD 4
  5. 5. 官將首,本稱增損二將,是地藏王菩薩的護法,後成為臺灣民俗的一種陣頭,相傳由新莊地藏庵首先開創。 臺灣民間信仰中,青面增將軍與紅面損二將軍原本為天地靈氣所化之仙,後受地藏王菩薩願力之感召,作為護法將軍, 被稱為「諸官將之首」,是為「官將首」。 二將軍平日專司監察人間善惡,默默記錄。損將軍青面獠牙,如見惡徒便損 其祿命;增將軍紅面獠牙,若逢善士就增與福壽,故曰「增、損」二大將軍。 每逢地藏菩薩出巡市街,兩將軍則為其開 道,掃蕩鬼氣妖氛。新莊地藏庵遂在廟會慶典中,每遣二人扮演增、損二將軍,衛護菩薩尊輿,漸演變為陣頭,眾廟隨 之。後期,藝師黃秋水又請神意,將增將軍的化身為二位,變為增將軍二位、損將軍一位,三位出陣,更顯佛威。故現 今出陣多為三人,亦有自加引路童子、陰陽司、虎頭鍘等神祇。 官將首為佛門護法,步伐陽剛,口中獠牙,兩鬢長毛; 八家將為陰間差人,步伐陰柔,亦無獠牙、鬢毛。兩者雖似,不可同語。 -- 維基百科 5
  6. 6. 分辨八家將及官將首的方法 八家將 特徵  陣頭 法器 官將首 腳步 不持羽扇,中尊持三叉尖槍 有明顯的圖案,代表不同聖獸或特性 以白色填底,加上彩色線條,無明顯圖案 以外八字的「八字步 」為主 以高低交叉步 伐前進 多以兩兩一組或四人一組,團隊排陣 面譜 大多持有羽扇 以中尊損將抛耍 三叉槍為主,兩旁增 將以繞行巡視為 主 陣勢 6 資料來源 :
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