Choreography and the Specific Image

ISBN-10: 0822957507
ISBN-13: 9780822957508
Edition: 2001
Authors: Daniel Nagrin
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List price: $25.95
Copyright year: 2001
Publisher: University of Pittsburgh Press
Publication date: 8/9/2001
Binding: Paperback
Pages: 288
Size: 8.00" wide x 9.00" long x 0.75" tall
Weight: 1.342
Language: English

Daniel Nagrin has been dubbed "the great loner of American dance" by Dance Magazine. His career as a master dancer/choreographer and teacher spans over four decades -- from Broadway, where he was once voted Best Male Dancer, to films to being a solo concert artist, a lecturer, and an artist-in-residence on the university touring circuit. Mr. Nagrin studied with a variety of modern dance teachers, including Helen Tamiris, Hanya Holm, Martha Graham, and Anna Sokolow. He is currently Professor of Dance at Arizona State University in Tempe.

The Essays
Helen Tamiris and Her Teaching of Choreography
A Method of Teaching Choreography
Choreography and the Specific Image
Improvisation as a Tool for Choreography
"Rules" for Choreography in No Particular Order
The Play of Metaphor
Modern Dance Choreography--Ballet Choreography
Choreography for the Solo Dancer, Choreography for a Group: The Problems and Differences
Abstract Dance versus What?
Words and Song Lyrics
The Stage: The Costumes, The Lights, The Sets, The Sound
Choreography for the Theatre, Musical Comedy and Opera
The Criticism of Choreography
Anecdotal Material
The Ethics of Aesthetics
The Workbook
Workbook Introduction and Outline
Warming Up
Medicine Ball
Outrageous Travel
Goldfish Bowl
Blind Journey
The Rhythm Series
Breath Rhythm
Pulse Rhythm
Inner Rhythm
Dedicate Your Motion
Go Visiting
True Repetition
Evolving Repetition
Uncovering Sources of Movement: The First Steps
Each Alone
Hub Meditation
Gesture Permutations
Gesture Rondo
Sense Memory Sources
The Obstacle
Passing through a Physical Object
Sources of Movement Material
The Mind-Wash
Not Naming
The Other
A Duet
The Duet as a Structure
Finding Gold in "Bad" Habits
Cliche Rondo
Your Familiar
Possessed by a Mannerism
Music Sources of Movement
Ambient Sound
Rhythm Circle
Before, After and On
Who or What Is Alive in the Music?
Riff Cactus
Using Music for Improvisation
Words and Movement
Creating Words
Being Created by Words
Becoming Words
Why Do You Dance?
Props Fantasy
Inside the Outside
Body Contact
Seeing through the Eyes of Another
I Dare You

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