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Find more aboutDanceat Wikipedia's sister projects Definitions from Wiktionary Media from Wikimedia Commons News from Wikinews Quotations from Wikiquote Texts from Wikisource Textbooks from Wikibooks Learning resources from Wikiversity . They would include dabke, tamzara, Assyrian folk dance, Kurdish dance, Armenian dance and Turkish dance, among others.[40][41] All these forms of dances would usually involve participants engaging each other by holding hands or arms (depending on the style of the dance). Some work for university programs or other schools that are associated with professional classical dance (e.g., ballet) or modern dance companies. TOP 10 Requests ( ENGLISH only !)- Post here only stuff you cannot find on the blog - For dead links post a comment on the post I Am having too much troubles finding things due to type faults ect. In the 1920s, important founders of the new style such as Martha Graham and Doris Humphrey began their work. and Whitfield, P. A broader concept of rhythm was needed, that which Rudolf Laban terms the "rhythm and shape" of movement that communicates character, emotion and intention,[30] while only certain scenes required the exact synchronisation of step and music essential to other dance styles, so that, to Laban, modern Europeans seemed totally unable to grasp the meaning of "primitive rhythmic movements",[31] a situation that began to change in the 20th century with such productions as Igor Stravinsky's The Rite of Spring with its new rhythmic language evoking primal feelings of a primitive past.[32]. Monthly TOP 10 Requests ( ENGLISH only !)- Post here only stuff you cannot find on the blog - For dead links post a comment on the post I Am having too much troubles finding things due to type faults ect. ^ Lankalibrary.com, "The yakun natima devil dance ritual of Sri Lanka" ^ a b Badley, Bill and Zein al Jundi. The Chinese aesthetic tradition. The early-20th-century American dancer Helen Moller stated simply that "it is rhythm and form more than harmony and color which, from the beginning, has bound music, poetry and dancing together in a union that is indissoluble."[26]. Monthly TOP 10 Requests ( ENGLISH only !)- Post here only stuff you cannot find on the blog - For dead links post a comment on the post I Am having too much troubles finding things due to type faults ect. Princeton University Press. Examples are western ballet and modern dance, Classical Indian dance and Chinese and Japanese song and dance dramas. Share what's new in your life on your Timeline. Members of a dance routine. 2 ^ Minden, Eliza Gaynor, The Ballet Companion: A Dancer's Guide, Simon and Schuster, 2007, p.92 ^ Thoinot Arbeau, Orchesography, trans. The head of the dance would generally hold a cane or handkerchief.[40][42]. 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The motion (in time, space, and with effort) has an inherent and aesthetic value (the notion of appropriateness and competency as viewed by the dancers culture) and symbolic potential."[3] . Princeton Book Co. A dance study curriculum may encompass a diverse range of courses and topics, including dance practice and performance, choreography, ethnochoreology, kinesiology, dance notation, and dance therapy. 161 ^ a b Kariamu Welsh; Elizabeth A. Fats Domino - The Imperial Singles Volume 4- 1959-1961 Tribute To Porky Chedwick Volumes 1 to 26 Authentic Excello R&B Swamp Gold Country ( 2 CD's ) Link Wray - The Pathway Sessions Big Bad Rockabilly Boppers - Vol.10 The Hearts - Lonely Nights Rock And Roll Cowboys Sandy Nelson - Rock & Roll Drum Beat . Bharata Muni's Natyashastra (literally "the text of dramaturgy") is one of the earlier texts. ISBN978-0-8263-2941-7. 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