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DANCE200 Lecture 2: Jazz LAB Notes Day 2

DANCE 200 Jazz LAB lecture 2: Terms: Chin step touch, Touch, touch pas de boure, Walks (technique of) and arms with step touch, in (Transition) Chass, step tuck jump Important aspects for testing day: Posture Pli Strong Ar...

Dance
DANCE200
Tamara Bliss
DANCE200 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Jazz Dance

Dance 200 Jazz lecture 1: History: African slaves the use of their bodies for rhythm and dance in which they incorporated the entire use of the body, not just the legs. From there dance split into Jazz dance and Tap Danc...

Dance
DANCE200
Tamara Bliss
DANCE200 Lecture Notes - Lecture 10: Ragtime, Chubby Checker, Satan

DANCE 200: The Spectrum of Dance in Society March 25, 2015 Lecture 10: Social Dance READING: Social Dance Social/Ballroom Dance: - they developed from pre class court dances. Dance masters created and taught them to r...

Dance
DANCE200
Tamara Bliss
DANCE200 Lecture Notes - Lecture 8: Murray Louis, La La La Human Steps, Modern Dance

March 11, 2015 Spectrum of Dance in Society Lecture 8: Modern Dance Components, Goals, Composition and Trends READING: Modern Dance SECOND GENERATION MODERN DANCERS 1. GRAHAM – paul taylor, merce cunningham, Twyla ...

Dance
DANCE200
Tamara Bliss
DANCE200 Lecture Notes - Lecture 7: Pointe Shoe, Isadora Duncan, Mary Wigman

DANCE 200: The Spectrum of Dance in Society March 4, 2015 Lecture 7: Modern Dance – Historical Development READING: Modern Dance (Chapter 5) The Historical Development of Modern Dance BALLET Ballet came from folk dances...

Dance
DANCE200
Tamara Bliss
DANCE200 Lecture Notes - Lecture 11: Laban Movement Analysis, Belly Dance, Chiropractic

DANCE 200: The Spectrum of Dance in Society April 1, 2015 Lecture 11: Careers in Dance and Current Issues READING: Careers in Dance The Economics of Professional Modern Dance: Global Coordination 1) draw on ideas and rhy...

Dance
DANCE200
Tamara Bliss
DANCE200 Lecture Notes - Lecture 3: Scottish Sword Dances, Modern Dance, Partner Dance

find more resources at oneclass.com DANCE 200: The Spectrum of Dance in Society January 21, 2015 Lecture 3: Dance as a Reflection of Culture READING: Bugaku and Ballet Slide 31: Folk – Ethnic – Social 1. Statement ...

Dance
DANCE200
Tamara Bliss
DANCE200 Lecture Notes - Lecture 9: Soundscape, Martha Graham, Next

March 18, 2015 Spectrum of Dance in Society Lecture 9: Dancing in the New Millennium READING: Dancing in the New Millennium Next Wave and Post Modern Dance 1. improv and spontaneous movement as choreographic tool.Also ...

Dance
DANCE200
Tamara Bliss
DANCE200 Lecture Notes - Lecture 6: Paris Opera Ballet, Carlotta Grisi, Industrial Revolution

DANCE 200: The Spectrum of Dance in Society February 11, 2015 Lecture 6: Ballet What is ballet? 1) Aform/type/style of dance 2) Involves a long period of formal training (is similar to Olympic athletes training) 3) Has ...

Dance
DANCE200
Tamara Bliss
DANCE431 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Eye Tracking, Fetal Position, Wild Horse

1. DANCE 431 Creative dance combines the mastery of movement with the artistry of expression: it is a combination of technique and expression 1. The language of dance is movement, and the instrument of dance is ...

Dance
DANCE431
Tamara Bliss
DANCE350 Lecture Notes - Sodium Bromide, Sarvepalli Radhakrishnan, Sodium Hydroxide

PRA 0101 Radhakrishnan, Dr. Thottackad Experiment 1: THE PROBLEM OF 9 UNKNOWN SOLUTIONS Performed 2012-09-10 Submi...

Dance
DANCE350
Kurt Illerbrun

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