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Dancing: The Pleasure, Power, and Art of Movement

Looks at the history of dance, dance around the world, and influential dancers and choreographers of the past and present. The literature of dance history has been enhanced with the publication of this extensively researched, well-written, and richly illustrated title, which is the companion volume to an eight-part series scheduled for public television beginning in April Rhoda Grauer, executive producer for the series, enlisted the assistance of many scholars, performers, advisers, and researchers, as well as the talents of Jonas, a veteran staff writer for The New Yorker , in this collaborative effort.

The examples span six continents and include Japanese kabuki and bugaku , Balinese wayang wong , Native American tribal dance, Indian bharata natyam , ballet, and modern dance. The expansive research is underscored by illustrations, nearly half of which are in color. With innovative research and visuals to be savored, Dancing is highly recommended for both general and specific collections. Copyright Reed Business Information, Inc. Convert currency. Add to Basket.

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I was scared if I got the hands wrong or the movements wrong or everything wrong and that would be disrespectful to the culture. I have a high regard for dances of the ethnic groups more than the modern dances of this generation and the least I would want to do is do their dance wrong and show disrespect. I still believe I got everything wrong though. A lot has already been said about dance in the preface to the first chapter. Below are some that caught my attention. And like language, dance has power. And I believe, like language, dance varies per culture.

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Looks at the history of dance, dance around the world, and influential dancers and choreographers of the past and present. The literature of dance history has been enhanced with the publication of this extensively researched, well-written, and richly illustrated title, which is the companion volume to an eight-part series scheduled for public television beginning in April Rhoda Grauer, executive producer for the series, enlisted the assistance of many scholars, performers, advisers, and researchers, as well as the talents of Jonas, a veteran staff writer for The New Yorker , in this collaborative effort. The examples span six continents and include Japanese kabuki and bugaku , Balinese wayang wong , Native American tribal dance, Indian bharata natyam , ballet, and modern dance. The expansive research is underscored by illustrations, nearly half of which are in color.

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Dancing: The Pleasure, Power, and Art of Movement

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Looks at the history of dance, dance around the world, and influential dancers and choreographers of the past and present. The literature of dance history has been enhanced with the publication of this extensively researched, well-written, and richly illustrated title, which is the companion volume to an eight-part series scheduled for public television beginning in April Rhoda Grauer, executive producer for the series, enlisted the assistance of many scholars, performers, advisers, and researchers, as well as the talents of Jonas, a veteran staff writer for The New Yorker , in this collaborative effort. The examples span six continents and include Japanese kabuki and bugaku , Balinese wayang wong , Native American tribal dance, Indian bharata natyam , ballet, and modern dance. The expansive research is underscored by illustrations, nearly half of which are in color.

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