|Statement||by Nona Shurman and Sharon Leigh Clark.|
|Contributions||Schurman, Nona., Dance Notation Bureau (New York, N.Y.)|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||x, 74 p. :|
|Number of Pages||74|
This book details the exercises and styling of modern dance using Laban notation. Laban notation is introduced in part 1 and is used throughout the book to detail the positioning and 5/5(1). Modern Dance Fundamentals [O. Blum] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Books Advanced Search New Releases Best Sellers & More Children's Books Textbooks Textbook Rentals Sell Us Your Books Best Books of the Month. Fundamentals of Modern Dance I (DAN ) This course provides an introduction to the principles and practice of modern dance. Ongoing dance technique classes will incorporate aspects of modern and postmodern dance, dance improvisation, Bartenieff Fundamentals, Pilates mat work, and stretching and relaxation techniques. Skip navigation Sign in. Search.
Genre/Form: Adhesive bindings (Binding) Additional Physical Format: Online version: Schurman, Nona. Modern dance fundamentals. New York, Macmillan . Unlike Jennifer Homans' highly subjective "Apollo's Angels," "Ballet and Modern Dance" is cautious and objective. Even though the last chapter on s to the present day is very lacking (perhaps not her fault; it is difficult to comb through the last An encyclopedic introduction to the history of ballet and modern dance/5. A text book of modern dance exercises and phrases based on Humphrey-Weidman principles developed by company member Nona Schurman. Movements are explained in detail using text, stick figures and Labanotation. An introduction in reading Labanotation is included. Modern Dance Technique Glossary of Terms-- Expanded List. Abdominals: Muscles found on the belly of the body. The abdominals include the rectus abdominus, the obliques, and the transversalis. Abduction: Movement away from the midline on the lateral plane. Adduction: Movement toward the midline on the lateral plane.
Rpt Meas 5th pos air ct arms beg Rft beg with Rft beside Rft ct bk of Rft bkwd body circle counts dance demi-plie dwn to flr end facing frt example foot frt of Rft frt of room ft in lst ftwk fwd diag ct Gallop heel Herbie Hancock hnds hop on Rft Labanotation land on Lft Leap on Lft Leave the floor leg on barre Lft beside Rft Lft in pl Lft x. Each figure is made up of a series of steps or footwork. Think ofit like this, the individual steps are the letters. Combine these steps to form an entire figure—or a word. And on the dance floor, connect these words or figures to say what you want to say with that dance. Here you will find all the coursework for la's Fundamentals of Dance class. Choose a unit below. AS SOCIAL Popular Dance-Swing-Salsa. II. DANCE AS FITNESS Dance Aerobics-Yoga-Strength. III. DANCE AS ART Ballet-Modern Dance. IV. DANCE AS DESIGN The Art of Making Dances. V. DANCE AS ENTERTAINMENT Jazz-Hip Hop-Commercial Dance. Modern dance fundamentals: Nona Schurman's basic technique based on Humphrey-Weidman principles: addendum to Modern dance fundamentals Author: Odette Blum ; Nona Schurman ; Dance Notation Bureau (New York, N.Y.).