Category: Dance

  • Download Tappin’ at the Apollo: The African American Female Tap Dance by Cheryl M. Willis PDF

    By Cheryl M. Willis

    within the Twenties and Nineteen Thirties, Edwina “Salt” Evelyn and Jewel “Pepper” Welch discovered to faucet dance on highway corners in ny and Philadelphia. via the Nineteen Forties, they have been Black convey company headliners, taking part in Harlem’s Apollo Theater with the likes of count number Basie, fat Waller and Earl “Fatha” Hines. Their exuberant faucet sort, frequently played via males, earned them the consideration in their male friends and the acclaim of audiences. in line with vast interviews with Salt and Pepper, this booklet chronicles for the 1st time the lives and careers of 2 neglected girl performers who succeeded regardless of the racism, sexism and homophobia of the large Band era.
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  • Download Dancefilm: Choreography and the Moving Image by Erin Brannigan PDF

    By Erin Brannigan

    Dancefilm: Choreography and the relocating Image examines the choreographic in cinema - the best way choreographic components tell cinematic operations in dancefilm. It strains the historical past of the shape from a few of its earliest manifestations within the silent movie period, throughout the old avant-garde, musicals and tune movies to modern experimental brief dancefilms. In so doing it additionally examines essentially the most major collaborations among dancers, choreographers, and filmmakers.
    The publication additionally units out to check and reconsider the parameters of dancefilm and thereby re-conceive the relatives among dance and cinema. Dancefilm is known as a modality that demanding situations commonly used types of cinematic movement via its relation to the physique, flow and time, instigating new different types of filmic functionality and developing spectatorial studies which are grounded within the somatic. Drawing on debates in either movie concept (in specific rules of gesture, the pack up, and have an effect on) and dance idea (concepts resembling radical phraseology, the gestural anacrusis and somatic intelligence) and bringing those fields into discussion, the publication argues that the mix of dance and picture produces cine-choreographic practices which are particular to the dancefilm shape. The ebook therefore offers new versions of cinematic stream which are either traditionally expert and punctiliously interdisciplinary.
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  • Download Site Dance: Choreographers and the Lure of Alternative by Melanie Kloetzel,Carolyn Pavlik PDF

    By Melanie Kloetzel,Carolyn Pavlik

    In fresh years, site-specific dance has grown in attractiveness. within the wake of groundbreaking paintings by way of choreographers who left conventional functionality areas for different venues, an increasing number of performances are cropping up on skyscrapers, in alleyways, on trains, at the decks of plane vendors, and in a myriad of alternative unforeseen destinations worldwide.

    In Site Dance, the 1st anthology to check site-specific dance, editors Melanie Kloetzel and Carolyn Pavlik discover the paintings that choreographers create for nontraditional functionality areas and the considering in the back of their inventive offerings. Combining interviews with and essays by way of the most popular and influential practitioners of website dance, they appear on the demanding situations and rewards of embracing replacement areas.

    The shut examinations of the paintings of artists like Meredith Monk, Joanna Haigood, Stephan Koplowitz, Heidi Duckler, Ann Carlson, and Eiko Otake offer vital insights into why choreographers depart the theatre to embody the demanding situations of unconventional venues.

    Site Dance additionally contains greater than eighty pictures of site-specific performances, revealing how the humanities, and move particularly, can develop into a part of and call our daily lives. Celebrating the usually unforeseen attractiveness and juxtapositions created by way of website dance, the booklet is vital analyzing for a person fascinated with the way in which that those choreographers are altering our adventure of the area one step at a time.

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  • Download Song of the Outcasts: An Introduction to Flamenco by Robin Totton PDF

    By Robin Totton

    Flamenco has taken the area via hurricane, with large crowds experiencing its energy. satirically, although, if the functionality is actual - and masses within the vacationer alternate isn't really - the uninitiated may possibly locate it baffling; the rhythms are unique and weird, the depth of feeling startling. but for the Andalusians, flamenco has been conventional for one thousand years: it's the music of the outcasts. Robin Totton writes from his lifestyles between them, for he has come as just about flamenco as any outsider can wish to. Readers will stick with as he walks us during the poetic track kinds, the rhythmic guitar and the flowery dance, in addition to the vocabulary, names and areas of dwelling artwork of flamenco. merchandise #00331637 is a paperback variation with an accompanying CD.

    Note: The Kindle version of this publication doesn't contain any CDs or DVDs.

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  • Download City Folk (NYU Series in Social and Cultural Analysis) by Daniel J. Walkowitz PDF

    By Daniel J. Walkowitz

    this is often the tale of English nation Dance, from its 18th century roots within the English towns and nation-state, to its transatlantic bounce to the U.S. within the twentieth century, instructed by means of not just a well known historian but in addition a folks dancer, who has either immersed himself within the wealthy background of the people culture and rehearsed its steps. In urban folks, Daniel J. Walkowitz argues that the background of kingdom and people dancing in the United States is deeply intermeshed with that of political liberalism and the ‘old left.’ He situates folks dancing inside strangely diversified contexts, from revolutionary period reform, and playground and college events, to the alterations in shopper tradition, and the venture of a modernizing, cosmopolitan heart classification society. Tracing the unfold of people dancing, with specific emphases on English kingdom Dance, overseas people Dance, and Contra, Walkowitz connects the background of people dance to social and foreign political impacts in the United States. via archival examine, oral histories, and ethnography of dance groups, urban folks permits dancers and dancing our bodies to talk. From the norms of the 1st half the century, marked strongly by means of Anglo-Saxon traditions, to the chilly conflict nationalism of the post-war period, and at last directly to the counterculture events of the Nineteen Seventies, urban folks injects the riveting historical past of people dance in the course of the tale of recent the United States.
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  • Download Music, Dance, Affect, and Emotions in Latin America (Music, by Pablo Vila,Adriana Cerletti,Silvia Citro,Carlos Molinero,Ana PDF

    By Pablo Vila,Adriana Cerletti,Silvia Citro,Carlos Molinero,Ana Sabrina Mora,Adil Podhajcer,Malvina L. Silba,Carolina Spataro,Juliana Verdenelli

    Music, Dance, have an effect on, and feelings in Latin America is a suite of essays that study diverse manifestations of Argentine track and dance benefiting from the intriguing new theoretical advancements complicated via the present affective flip. members take care of the connection among track, dance, impacts, emotions, and feelings in several eventualities and exhibit how the embodiment of track form the experiential in ways in which may perhaps effect upon yet however time and again ward off unsleeping understanding. This publication is among the first educational makes an attempt (regardless of sector or state of scope) to aim to unravel the most very important difficulties the affective flip has pointed out relating to how song and dance were researched to date, resembling the tendency, in representational debts of track, to disregard the sensory and sonic registers to the detriment of the embodied and lived registers of expertise and feeling that spread within the means of making or hearing tune.
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  • Download Nahaufnahme Sasha Waltz: Gespräche mit Michaela by Sasha Waltz,Michaela Schlagenwerth PDF

    By Sasha Waltz,Michaela Schlagenwerth

    Sasha Waltz gehört zu den bedeutendsten internationalen Tanz­theater-Choreographinnen. In ausführlichen Gesprächen erkundet die Tanzkritikerin Michaela Schlagenwerth die künstlerische Arbeit der Choreographin und Regisseurin. Die Interviews geben dabei einen persönlichen Einblick in das Familienunternehmen Sasha Waltz, in Arbeitspro­zesse, Herangehensweisen und Phantasien. Gleichzeitig entspannt sich dabei die Geschichte eines beeindruckenden schöpferischen Reifungsprozesses.
    Aktuelle Gespräche aus 2011 ergänzen das Porträt um ihre Opernarbeiten, Museumsprojekte und das Berliner Freiheits- und Einheitsdenkmal.
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  • Download Dancing Into Darkness: Butoh, Zen, and Japan by Sondra Horton Fraleigh PDF

    By Sondra Horton Fraleigh

    Dancing Into Darkness is Sondra Horton Fraleigh's chronological diary of her deepening realizing of and appreciation for this artwork shape, as she strikes from a place of aesthetic reaction as an viewers member to that of assimilation as a scholar. As a scholar of Zen and butoh, Fraleigh witnesses her personal creative and private transformation via essays, poems, interviews, and reflections spanning twelve years of research, a lot of it in Japan. a number of functionality images and unique calligraphy through Fraleigh's Zen instructor Shodo Akane light up her words.

    The items of Dancing Into Darkness move barriers, simply as butoh anticipates a starting to be worldwide amalgamation. "Butoh isn't really a cultured move grafted onto Western dance, " Fraleigh concludes, "and Western dance could be extra japanese than we've got been in a position to see. "

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  • Download Die Tänze des Maghreb: Marokko – Algerien – Tunesien (German by Viviane Lièvre,Renate Behrens PDF

    By Viviane Lièvre,Renate Behrens

    In diesem Buch werden die wichtigsten Tanzformen und Musikinstrumente in den Maghrebländern Marokko, Algerien und Tunesien ausführlich beschrieben, sowohl die Tanzbewegungen selbst und deren musikalische Begleitung als auch insbesondere die Einbettung der Tänze in das soziale Leben. Insgesamt forty five Tänze und sixteen Musikinstrumente umfasst dieser lexikalische Teil des Buches mit zahlreichen Illustrationen und Fotos. Die Perspektive der Darstellung ist ethnologisch, es handelt sich nicht um ein Tanzlehrbuch.
    Der einleitende Teil widmet sich eingehend der Stellung des Tanzes in der Kultur des Maghreb: die Rolle des Islam, der Unterschied von Stadt und Land, Unterhaltungstänze und rituelle Tänze, die Tänze der religiösen Orden und Bruderschaften, Trancetänze und die Frage der Überlieferung.
    Die Autorin Viviane Lièvre ist Ethnologin und lebt bei Lyon. Zusammen mit Jean-Yves Loude hat sie Feldforschungen in Pakistan und im Maghreb durchgeführt und darüber veröffentlicht. Weitere Schwerpunkte ihrer Arbeit sind die portugiesischsprachigen Gebiete Afrikas und Brasilien.
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