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Title Dance on its own terms : histories and methodologies / edited by Melanie Bales and Karen Eliot.

Publication Info. New York : Oxford University Press, [2013]


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 University of Saint Joseph: Pope Pius XII Library - Standard Shelving Location  793.3 D173D    Check Shelf
Description vi, 448 pages : illustrations ; 24 cm
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references and index.
Contents Part one: In the moment of re-creation and performance -- Introduction to Part one -- Dancing the canon in wartime: Sergeyev, de Valois, and Inglesby and the classics of British ballet / Karen Eliot -- Reimagining Le boeuf sur le toit / Ann Dils -- Reframing the recent past: issues of reconstruction in Israeli contemporary dance / Deborah Friedes Galili -- The body censored: dance, morality, and the production code during the golden age of the film musical / Betsy Cooper -- "Single ladies" is gay: queer performances and mediated masculinities on YouTube / Harmony Bench -- Part two: Within the body and mind of the dancer and choreographer -- Introduction to Part two -- La cosmografia del minor mondo: recovering dance theory to create today's baroque practice / Catherine Turocy -- Touchstones of tradition and innovation: Pas de deux by Petipa, Balanchine and Forsythe / Melanie Bales -- Pavlova and her daughters: genealogies of contingent autonomy / Carrie Gaiser Casey -- Joined-up fragments in A wedding bouquet: Ashton, Berners and Stein / Geraldine Morris -- Kaddish at the Wall: the long life of Anna Sokolow's "Prayer for the dead" / Hannah Kosstrin -- Developing the American ballet dancer: the pedagogical lineage of Rochelle Zide-Booth / Jessica Zeller -- Part three: In the shape of written records -- Introduction to Part three -- Recording the Imperial Ballet: anatomy and ballet in Stepanov's notation / Sheila Marion with Karen Eliot -- Musical expression in the Bournonville-Løvenskjold La sylphide variation / Rebecca Schwartz-Bishir -- Archives of embodiment: visual culture and the practice of score reading / Victoria Watts -- Reading music, gesture, and narrative in Mark Morris' Dido and Aeneas / Rachael Riggs-Leyva -- What's in a dance?: the complexity of information in writings about dance / Candace Feck.
Subject Dance -- History.
Dance -- Research.
Dance -- Methodology.
Tanz. (DE-588)4059028-8
Methode. (DE-588)4038971-6
Added Author Bales, Melanie.
Eliot, Karen, 1957-
ISBN 9780199939985 (hardback)
0199939985 (hardback)
9780199940004 (paperback)
0199940002 (paperback)
Standard No. 40022471605
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