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DNCE 345 Lecture 10: DANCE 345 - Lecture 10
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DV8 Physical Theatre formed in 1986 by Lloyd Newson, artistic director, and three other dancers influenced by the work of Pina Bausch and European dance theatre Philosophy Basedonhumanexperience the company call itself a `...

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DNCE 345
Anna Mouat
DNCE 345 Lecture 9: DANCE 345 - Lecture 9
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Sheusescontemporarydanceandmoderndanceinterchangeably Twyla Tharp 1941 studied ballet, tap, jazz, baton twirling, piano, viola, drums as a child studied with Graham, Cunningham and Nikolais 1963: danced with the Paul Taylo...

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DNCE 345
Anna Mouat
DNCE 345 Lecture 8: DANCE 345 - Lecture 8
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Postmodern Dance (cont) Phase II: AnalyticMetaphoric Postmodern Dance 1973 1980 1. Analytic Postmodern Dance by 1970s, postmodern dance had developed an identifiable style the analytical phase is characterised by rejection...

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DNCE 345
Anna Mouat
DNCE 345 Lecture 7: DANCE 345 - Lecture 7
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Merce Cunningham 1919 2009 (didnt follow in the footsteps of his mentor) 1940 1945 Soloist with Graham company 1944 began to give recitals of own work in collaboration with composer John Cage (created sound scores) (Cunnin...

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DNCE 345
Anna Mouat
DNCE 345 Lecture Notes - Lecture 6: Nahum Sokolow
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JOSE LIMON 1908 1972 born in Mexico, moved to the United States in 1928 studied with Doris Humphrey became a Principal dancer with the HumphreyWeidman company for 10 years 1930 1940 formed his own company: Limon Dance Comp...

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DNCE 345
Anna Mouat
DNCE 345 Lecture Notes - Lecture 5: Marius Petipa
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1 NeoClassicism Another strand of modernism in the 20 century: NeoClassicism. Movefrommoderndancebacktoballet Characteristics of Classicism Order, control, formality, harmony, balance i. first emerged in the writings of th...

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DNCE 345
Anna Mouat
DNCE 345 Lecture 4: DANCE 345 - Lecture 4
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Modern Dance Pioneers of America Martha Graham 18941991 Doris Humphrey 1895 1958 The modern dancers who emerged in the 1920s based their philosophies of modern dance on the following 4 major premises: 1. The new is better ...

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DNCE 345
Anna Mouat
DNCE 345 Lecture 3: DANCE 345 - Lecture 3
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GERMAN EXPRESSIONISM 2 more strands of Modernism: I) Expressionism Characteristics: psychological, introspective, interest in complex emotions and the inner working of the psyche, realistic. German Expressionism: all of th...

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DNCE 345
Anna Mouat
DNCE 345 Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: Sergei Prokofiev, Georges Braque, Henri Matisse
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DIAGHILEV ERA Diaghilevnurturedalotof peopleandsomeof themstartedtheirownballet Diaghilev 1872 1929 neither a dancer, nor a choreographer an impresario: a presenter of artists. brought together the greatest artists of his ...

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DNCE 345
Anna Mouat
DNCE 345 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Isadora Duncan, Greek Dances, Modern Dance
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DNCE 345: Lecture Notes ISADORA DUNCAN 1877 1927 I. PhilosophyInfluences 1. Dance of Ancient Greece Duncan was inspired by Greek dance but did not recreate the dances of ancient Greece What was the connection between her d...

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DNCE 345
Anna Mouat
DNCE 213 Lecture 2: ENROL_LTR (Winter 2016)

Page 1 of 2ENROLMENT SERVICESMacKimmie Library BlockTelephone: 403-210-7625Fax: 403-289-1253Website: www.ucalgary.ca/registrarJanuary 19, 2016To Whom It May Concern:This is to certify the following program and enrolment in...

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DNCE 213
Farideh Jalilehvand
DNCE 345 Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: Graham Technique, New York City Ballet, Doris Humphrey

Modern Dance Pioneers of America -Martha Graham 1894-1991 -Doris Humphrey 1895 – 1958 -The modern dancers who emerged in the 1920’s based their philosophies of modern dance on the following 4 major premises: ...

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DNCE 345
Anna Mouat
DNCE 345 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Isadora Duncan, Ruth St. Denis, Firewalking

ISADORA DUNCAN 1877 – 1927 I. Philosophy/Influences II. 1. Dance of Ancient Greece Duncan was inspired by Greek dance but did not recreate the dances of ancient Greece “We are not Greeks therefore we cannot da...

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DNCE 345
Anna Mouat

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