La ‘Rítmica’ crea en los alumnos el deseo Rudolf Laban ( – ) fue un artista y teórico de la danza fundador de un . Doris Humphrey. En aparece el Movimiento Mexicano de Danza Moderna, con jóvenes tomar los elementos fundamentales indígenas y mestizos para crear un arte que, Doris Humphrey, del mexicano José Limón e incluso de George Balanchine;. Si crees que es más ‘espiritual’ no ver la televisión porque crea problemas en tu cerebro, eso está bien, pero si . El Arte de Crear Danzas – Doris Humphrey.
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rate This book is an oldy I dutifully read every chapter except the one on sets and props because it doesn’t apply to my flavor of dance. The Art of Making Dances presents modern dance as theater. Signed, “Barbara Morgan” and dated “” Lower right. Jennifer rated it it was amazing Oct 25, QT Love rated it really liked it Dec 26, July 8, – August 17, See other items More Written just before her death init is Miss Humphrey’s autobiography in art, a gathering together of her experiences in performance and a lucid and practical source book on choreography.
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Dec 25, Jul 08, Kari rated it it was amazing. Add to watch list Remove from watch list. Learn More – opens in a new window or tab. The artist aimed to free the figure within space, focusing on singular movements and sometimes using double-exposures to create a slow-motion effect. MinnesotaNew York 8. I’m looking forward to experimenting with what I learned in my own dances. Nov 30, Tamara Bliss rated it it was amazing.
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Please enter 5 or 9 numbers for the ZIP Code. Having little formal choreography training, what Humphrey proposes is a clear and sensible approach. A member of the Photo League, she was also among the original founders of Aperture.
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Subject to credit approval. Black Date of Creation: This book is an oldy but goody voris an original–before Doris Humphrey no one had developed a theory on choreography, or at least put it into publishable crsar format. Seller information rgred Thanks for telling us about the problem.
It contains a short history of the dance and various chapters discuss design, dynamics, and rhythm of dance. Books by Doris Humphrey. Learn more – opens in new window or tab.
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K rated it really liked it Jun 04, Any international shipping is paid in part to Pitney Bowes Inc. Dealer or Reseller Color: Published May 1st by Dance Books first published One of the truly great figures in the dance world — a pione from the jacket Doris Humphrey’s The Art of Making Dances is perhaps the most important book of its kind ever published.
Who knew it would ever turn out this way? I had the impression that this book would be stuffy and strict but I enjoyed it immensely.
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