BALLET AND MODERN DANCE

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Ballet And Modern Dance

Author : Susan Au
ISBN : 0500203520
Genre : Performing Arts
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Ballet and modern dance.
Category: Performing Arts

Ballet Modern Dance

Author : Susan Au
ISBN : 0500202192
Genre : Ballet
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Traces the development of ballet, describes influential choreographers, dances, and dancers, and looks at modern trends in dance.
Category: Ballet

Ballet Modern Dance

Author : Jack Anderson
ISBN : 1439505616
Genre : Performing Arts
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Traces the history of dance from the ancient world to the present and discusses the contributions of influential dancers and choreographers
Category: Performing Arts

The Modern Dance

Author : Selma Jeanne Cohen
ISBN : 0819570931
Genre : Performing Arts
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CONTRIBUTORS: Jose Limon, Anna Sokolow, Erick Hawkins, Donald McKayle, Alwin Nikolas, Pauline Koner, Paul Taylor.
Category: Performing Arts

The Vision Of Modern Dance

Author : Jean Morrison Brown
ISBN : 0871272059
Genre : Performing Arts
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The essential thinking of the most prominent exponents of modern dance.
Category: Performing Arts

Dancing Women

Author : Sally Banes
ISBN : 9781134833184
Genre : Performing Arts
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Dancing Women: Female Bodies Onstage is a spectacular and timely contribution to dance history, recasting canonical dance since the early nineteenth century in terms of a feminist perspective. Setting the creation of specific dances in socio-political and cultural contexts, Sally Banes shows that choreographers have created representations of women that are shaped by - and that in part shape - society's continuing debates about sexuality and female identity. Broad in its scope and compelling in its argument Dancing Women: * provides a series of re-readings of the canon, from Romantic and Russian Imperial ballet to contemporary ballet and modern dance * investigates the gaps between plot and performance that create sexual and gendered meanings * examines how women's agency is created in dance through aspects of choreographic structure and style * analyzes a range of women's images - including brides, mistresses, mothers, sisters, witches, wraiths, enchanted princesses, peasants, revolutionaries, cowgirls, scientists, and athletes - as well as the creation of various women's communities on the dance stage * suggests approaches to issues of gender in postmodern dance Using an interpretive strategy different from that of other feminist dance historians, who have stressed either victimization or celebration of women, Banes finds a much more complex range of cultural representations of gender identities.
Category: Performing Arts

Making Music For Modern Dance

Author : Katherine Teck
ISBN : 9780199743216
Genre : Music
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Making Music for Modern Dance traces the collaborative approaches, working procedures, and aesthetic views of the artists who forged a new and distinctly American art form during the first half of the 20th century. The book offers riveting first-hand accounts from innovative artists in the throes of their creative careers and provides a cross-section of the challenges faced by modern choreographers and composers in America. These articles are complemented by excerpts from astute observers of the music and dance scene as well as by retrospective evaluations of past collaborative practices. Beginning with the careers of pioneers Isadora Duncan, Ruth St. Denis, and Ted Shawn, and continuing through the avant-garde work of John Cage for Merce Cunningham, the book offers insights into the development of modern dance in relation to its music. Editor Katherine Teck's introductions and afterword offer historical context and tie the artists' essays in with collaborative practices in our own time. The substantive notes suggest further materials of interest to students, practicing dance artists and musicians, dance and music history scholars, and to all who appreciate dance.
Category: Music