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Looking at Contemporary Dance free pdf This Guide provides the reader with a chronological survey of contemporary dance. It is studded with references to Internet sources to satisfy readers who may not have access to live performances. Rather than illustrating this book with photographs - Google, YouTube, Vimeo and similar sites have become the illustrators. Focusing on dance innovation from the late 19th century to today, this history provides the reader with accessible information on the major contributors to the art. Organized chronologically by the decades in which innovators were born or dance organizations were founded, it covers more than 110 choreographers, companies, institutions, and dancers from both modern dance and ballet, and from around the world. Readers can view clips of dances from over 220 Internet search addresses that illustrate the text. Video-graphics are provided at the end of each chapter for viewing complete dances and documentaries.

About Marc Raymond Strauss

Marc Raymond Strauss, Ph.D. (Texas Woman's University), is professor of dance and theatre at Southeast Missouri State University. He is co-editor with Myron Howard Nadel of The Dance Experience: Insights into History, Culture and Creativity, 2nd Edition. He is the author of The Dance Criticism of Arlene Croce and Hitchcock Nonetheless, among other books. Myron Howard Nadel, M.A. (Columbia Teachers College), is professor of dance at the University of Texas at El Paso. He was founding Chair of the Dance Department at the University of Wisconsin, Milwaukee, and Coordinator for Musk Theatre at Carnegie Mellon University. A graduate of the Juilliard School, Nadel wrote the first edition of The Dance Experience and is co-editor with Marc Strauss of the second edition.

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Author : Marc Raymond Strauss
Publisher : Princeton Book Company
Data Published : 01 November 2012
ISBN : 0871273543
EAN : 9780871273543
Format Book : PDF, Epub, DOCx, TXT
Number of Pages : 208 pages
Age + : 15 years
Language : English
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