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Laban's legacy

Author: Megan ReiselJean NewloveValerie Monthland Preston-DunlopGeraldine StephensonWarren LambAll authors
Publisher: [Lenox, MA] : Laban Project, [2005]
Edition/Format:   DVD video : NTSC color broadcast system : EnglishView all editions and formats
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A collection of interviews with artists and teachers from the Laban heritage. In "The inner ring" Jean Newlove discusses how actors study movement and the usefulness of Choreutics, Valerie Preston-Dunlop discusses Laban's early years in Europe, Geraldine Stephenson discusses creating dances with meaning and the usefulness of Efforts, Warren Lamb finding meaning in movement patterns and Anne Hutchinson Guest  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Educational films
Filmed interviews
Nonfiction films
Biography
Interviews
Named Person: Rudolf von Laban; Rudolf von Laban
Material Type: Videorecording
Document Type: Visual material
All Authors / Contributors: Megan Reisel; Jean Newlove; Valerie Monthland Preston-Dunlop; Geraldine Stephenson; Warren Lamb; Ann Hutchinson Guest; Sam Thornton; Peggy Hackney; Carol-Lynne Moore; William Forsythe; Laban Project.
OCLC Number: 63270499
Notes: Originally produced in 2005.
Program and biographical notes folded and laid in container.
Credits: Editing and titles by Todd Howard, Howard Digital Media.
Event notes: Interviews conducted between 2000-2001.
Description: 4 videodiscs (ca. 240 min.) : sd., col. ; 4 3/4 in.
Details: DVD-R, NTSC.
Contents: Disc 1, The inner ring : the British protégés/innovators. Jean Newlove : applying choreutics to an actor's training (July 2000 ; ca. 16 min.) ; Valerie Preston-Dunlop, author of Rudolf Laban : an extraordinary life (Aug. 2000 ; ca. 20 min.) ; Geraldine Stephenson : Laban-based choreographer (July 2000 ; ca. 26 min.) --
Disc 2, The inner ring : the British protégés/innovators [continued]. Warren Lamb : evolving Laban's theories through "movement pattern analysis" (May 2000 ; ca. 47 min.) ; Anne Hutchinson Guest, creator of "the language of dance" movement system (June 2000 ; ca. 28 min.) --
Disc 3, The second ring : advancing Laban's framework. Sam Thornton : building a movement choir (Aug. 2000 ; ca. 21 min.) ; Peggy Hackney : mobilizing Bartenieff's work into action (May 2001; ca. 28 min.) --
Disc 4, The second ring : advancing Laban's framework [continued]. Carol-Lynne Moore : exploring metaphysics in Laban's theories(Nov. 2000 ; ca. 28 min.) ; William Forsythe : applying space harmony to choreography (Apr. 2001 ; ca. 26 min.).
Other Titles: Inner ring.
British protégés/innovators.
Second ring.
Advancing Laban's framework.
Rudolf Laban and his language for human movement
Responsibility: the Laban Project ; produced and directed by Megan Reisel.

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A collection of interviews with artists and teachers from the Laban heritage. In "The inner ring" Jean Newlove discusses how actors study movement and the usefulness of Choreutics, Valerie Preston-Dunlop discusses Laban's early years in Europe, Geraldine Stephenson discusses creating dances with meaning and the usefulness of Efforts, Warren Lamb finding meaning in movement patterns and Anne Hutchinson Guest discusses the value of notation. In "the second ring", Sam Thornton shows his process of building a movement choir, Peggy Hackney discusses the development of body concepts in LMA, Carol-Lynne Moore discusses the metaphysical threads in Laban's life and William Forsythe discusses the value of Laban's theories to a dancer's art. Each disc also has introduction and biographies given as text only.

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