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Dance imagery for technique and performance

Author: Eric N Franklin
Publisher: Champaign, IL : Human Kinetics, ©1996.
Edition/Format:   Book : EnglishView all editions and formats
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This versatile text and reference provides 583 imagery exercises designed to improve dance technique, artistic expression, and performance. With Dance Imagery for Technique and Performance, you'll explore imagery through 195 improvisational exercises designed to create and communicate different movements; find 314 imagery exercises you can apply during dance class to improve technique; learn how to use imagery to  Read more...
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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Eric N Franklin
ISBN: 0873229436 9780873229432
OCLC Number: 33666652
Description: xiv, 257 p. : ill. ; 28 cm.
Contents: Pt. I. Imagery in Improvisation Exercises. Ch. 1. Basic Movement Images and Exercises. Ch. 2. Imagery and Dance Improvisation --
Pt. II. Imagery in Dance Technique Classes. Ch. 3. Discovering Imagery. Ch. 4. Guidelines for Applying Imagery in a Class Setting. Ch. 5. Floorwork. Ch. 6. Standing, Walking, Running. Ch. 7. Basic Exercises of the Ballet Barre. Ch. 8. Swings, Arches, and Spirals. Ch. 9. The Upper-Body Gesture: Port de Bras, Neck, and Face. Ch. 10. Turns and Pirouettes. Ch. 11. Jumping. Ch. 12. Partnering --
Pt. III. Imagery in Choreography and Performance. Ch. 13. Psychology, Imagery, and Choreography. Ch. 14. Imagery and the Choreographic Process. Ch. 15. Imagery and Performance Quality --
Pt. IV. Rest and Regeneration. Ch. 16. The Art of Touch and Rest Sessions.
Responsibility: Eric Franklin.

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This versatile text and reference provides 583 imagery exercises designed to improve dance technique, artistic expression, and performance. With Dance Imagery for Technique and Performance, you'll explore imagery through 195 improvisational exercises designed to create and communicate different movements; find 314 imagery exercises you can apply during dance class to improve technique; learn how to use imagery to convey information about steps and to clarify the intent and content of a movement; and discover 34 imagery exercises to restore and regenerate the body through massage, touch, and stretching.

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