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U OF CDNCE 345Anna MouatWinter

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

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Duncan was inspired by greek dance but did not recreate the dances of ancient greece we are not greeks therefore we cannot dance greek dances . Dance w
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DNCE 345 Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: Graham Technique, New York City Ballet, Doris Humphrey

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It is intensely individualistic, and leads to a diversity of styles: movement has significance in itself: line, shape, design, rhythm, without literal
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DNCE 345 Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: Sergei Prokofiev, Georges Braque, Henri Matisse

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Diaghilev 1872 1929 neither a dancer, nor a choreographer an impresario: a presenter of artists. brought together the greatest artists of his day: danc
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DNCE 345 Lecture 3: DANCE 345 - Lecture 3

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DNCE 345 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Isadora Duncan, Greek Dances, Modern Dance

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Isadora duncan 1877 -1927: philosophy/influences, dance of ancient greece. Duncan was inspired by greek dance but did not recreate the dances of ancien
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DNCE 345 Lecture 7: DANCE 345 - Lecture 7

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DNCE 345 Lecture 10: DANCE 345 - Lecture 10

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DNCE 345 Lecture 8: DANCE 345 - Lecture 8

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Reverse = doing it on the other side of the body. Retrograde - starting movement on right and mimicking on right and doing it backwards choreographic d
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DNCE 345 Lecture 9: DANCE 345 - Lecture 9

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She uses contemporary dance and modern dance interchangeably. She did the ballet movements and her backup did the modern dance movements. No costumes,
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DNCE 345 Lecture Notes - Lecture 5: Marius Petipa

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Move from modern dance back to ballet i. first emerged in the writings of the ancient greek philosophers ii. spread through a number of written texts k
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DNCE 345 Lecture 4: DANCE 345 - Lecture 4

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New=better; want to transform dance wanted to create "murican dance; express their own heritage individualistic, and leads to a diversity of styles: mo
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DNCE 345 Lecture Notes - Lecture 6: Nahum Sokolow

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This one only had 4 characters based from othello. In 2011 the limon company revived this work. >had a design costume contest (a student won) dimension
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