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Laban For All

Author : Jean Newlove
ISBN : 9781135872137
Genre : Performing Arts
File Size : 65.58 MB
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Rudolf Laban was one of the great theorists and practitioners of movement. In Laban for All, expert teachers of Laban's techniques offer simplified version of his system that can be used by anyone, from beginners to pros. Extensively illustrated with John Dalby's line drawings and diagrams, Laban for All lays out the basic vocabulary of the Laban system and goes on to offer specific exercises. The result is a thorough - and thoroughly practical - grounding in the most important movement system in use today.
Category: Performing Arts

Laban For Actors And Dancers

Author : Jean Newlove
ISBN : 1854591606
Genre : Drama
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Rudolf Laban is to movement what Stanislavski is to acting.
Category: Drama

Every Living Thing

Author : Oded Borowski
ISBN : 0761989196
Genre : Social Science
File Size : 21.58 MB
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Using information from the Bible, ancient Near Eastern documents, anthropology, and archaeology, Oded Borowski synthesizes what we know about the use of animals in Bible times for food, clothing, transportation, and even cultic practices. This comprehensive catalog of animals and their uses is a convenient desk resource for any reader - whether Biblical scholar, archaeology student, or layperson.
Category: Social Science

King Saul

Author : John C. Holbert
ISBN : 9781630872212
Genre : Literary Criticism
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King Saul is based on the Biblical story of the first king of Israel. It retells the story in a fresh way, offering new looks at the three major characters--Saul, Samuel, and David--and the events that brought them together at the very foundation of the nation of Israel three millennia ago. Holbert's retelling reveals how this old story is surprisingly modern as it turns its gaze on power politics, personal rivalries, and religious use and abuse as the life of early Israel unfolds.
Category: Literary Criticism

Surviving A Global Economic Crisis

Author : Hillary Dawes
ISBN : 9781606477304
Genre : Religion
File Size : 34.37 MB
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Our country and the world are going through some very hard economic times, and many people, including Christians, are distressed, and are wondering what is going to happen next. This book seeks to address some of those concerns from both a Biblical and experiential perspective. In this book, you will learn about false economic teachings that are prevalent in the world and church today. You will learn about true Biblical prosperity and the Biblical economy of ancient Israel. You will learn about the Biblical teachings concerning global recessions, and whether a global economic recession will usher in the Anti-Christ.You will have opportunity to dissect some of the most controversial prophecies in the book of Revelation, in order to get an economic forecast for the future. All this and more will be discovered in this book, as I unearth the secrets of surviving a global economic crisis. Are you ready for the meltdown? Hillary Dawes is a Christian writer who hails from Florida. She is a graduate of Florida International University, Miami, Florida, where she received her Bachelors of Science degree. She is a certified Biblical Health Coach, and a Christian Spiritual Teacher in her church. Ms. Dawes is a student of History, especially ancient and Biblical history. Since 2005, she has taken a deep interest in Biblical doctrine as it relates end-time events. She has written numerous articles on the internet, and for public presentations, and has her own blogsite. Ms. Dawes is especially gifted with giving prophetic insights into current Biblical teachings. Ms. Dawes has been a Christian since February 1990, and her writings are inspired from experience as well as from insight. Ms. Dawes can becontacted by: E-mail: daughterofwisdom Blog:
Category: Religion

Dramatic Dance

Author : Darren Royston
ISBN : 9781780933153
Genre : Performing Arts
File Size : 20.18 MB
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Dance is part of the art of theatre, a part which connects to movement, to communication, to improvisation, and to performance. It cannot exist on its own in the context of dramatic performance, but works in conjunction with other elements to enable meanings to be created in performance. Dramatic Dance sets a programme for actors to perform dance as part of the drama, offering several approaches which can contribute to developing this understanding, to training this skill, and always ensuring that the whole active and thinking body and mind are fully engaged with the task of making dance an integral and vital part of theatre. To study dance in this way allows students to develop further their understanding of logic and structure in a dramatic text. Many books deal with one aspect of dance or another: some on dance training, some on dance history, some on Rudolf Laban's ideas, some as dance manuals, and some as academic papers. Dramatic Dance is the first book to act as a comprehensive guide for theatre practice, bringing together these different, complementary disciplines.
Category: Performing Arts