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DANCE AND THE PERFORMATIVE Valerie Preston-Dunlop & Ana Sanchez-Colberg
This book articulates the dynamic with which a practitioner-based research has grown, is growing, and is applied, integrating the three concepts in its title: the interaction of spectator and performer in performative dance, discussed through a dance specific (or choreological) perspective which has developed out of and beyond the seminal research of Rudolf Laban. It includes essays by Frank Werner, Paula Salosaari, and Sarah Rubidge.
PHYSICS AND THE ART OF DANCE Kenneth Laws
Written by a physicist with professional dance training, Physics and the art of dance explains how dancers can achieve better, safer performances through an understanding of physics in motion. Using simple, non-technical terms, the author combines his knowledge of both physics and dance to describe how the laws of gravity, momentum, and energy affect dancing bodies.
PASSIONS, BEAUTIFUL MUSIC FOR BALLET CLASS VOLUME 5 Nigel Gaynor
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