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Language of Dance, No. 1, The Flower Festival in Genzano: Pas de Deux
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edited by Ann Hutchinson Guest, 1918-, in Language of Dance, No. 1 (New York, NY: Gordon and Breach (Publisher), 1987), 62 page(s)
Bournonville's pas de deux from The Flower Festival in Genzano, an important example of the Romantic Ballet heritage, is brought to life through the use of Labanotation. This means of analysing works of dance preserves the choreography of its original form. Handed down over the years from person to person, the pas...
edited by Ann Hutchinson Guest, 1918-, in Language of Dance, No. 1 (New York, NY: Gordon and Breach (Publisher), 1987), 62 page(s)
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Language of Dance, No. 2, Shawn's Fundamentals of Dance
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edited by Ray Cook, fl. 1988 and Ann Hutchinson Guest, 1918-, in Language of Dance, No. 2 (New York, NY: Routledge (Publisher), 1988, originally published 1988), 134 page(s)
This book, edited by Ann Hutchinson Guest, features dance exercises developed by choreographer Ted Shawn. Included is a music score that can be played during the movements, as well as descriptions of the exercises using Labonotation.
edited by Ray Cook, fl. 1988 and Ann Hutchinson Guest, 1918-, in Language of Dance, No. 2 (New York, NY: Routledge (Publisher), 1988, originally published 1988), 134 page(s)
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Language of Dance, No. 4, Ballade by Anna Sokolow
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written by Ray Cook, fl. 1988; edited by Ann Hutchinson Guest, 1918-, in Language of Dance, No. 4 (New York, NY: Routledge (Publisher), 2013, originally published 1993), 166 page(s)
This book, by Ray Cook, is about the choreography of modern dance performer Anna Sokolow, and includes labanotation as well as music notation by Alexander Scriabin.
written by Ray Cook, fl. 1988; edited by Ann Hutchinson Guest, 1918-, in Language of Dance, No. 4 (New York, NY: Routledge (Publisher), 2013, originally published 1993), 166 page(s)
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Language of Dance, No. 4, Tudor's Soirée Musicale
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edited by Ann Hutchinson Guest, 1918-, in Language of Dance, No. 4 (New York, NY: Gordon and Breach (Publisher), 1993), 124 page(s)
This book contains the full Labanotation score of Soiree Musicale with detailed study and performance notes, historical background and photographs. The first Tudor ballet to be made available in published form, Tudor's Soiree Musicale marks the first step towards preserving the work of this internationally celebra...
edited by Ann Hutchinson Guest, 1918-, in Language of Dance, No. 4 (New York, NY: Gordon and Breach (Publisher), 1993), 124 page(s)
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Language of Dance, No. 6, La Vivandière Pas de Six
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written by Ann Hutchinson Guest, 1918-, in Language of Dance, No. 6 (New York, NY: Gordon and Breach (Publisher), 1993), 184 page(s)
World renowned ballet historian Ivor Guest provides the historical background of the piece -- the period, choreography and style. The Study and Performance Notes are the result of productions of the Labanotation, the contemporary dance notation system, and make the choreography accessible internationally to resear...
written by Ann Hutchinson Guest, 1918-, in Language of Dance, No. 6 (New York, NY: Gordon and Breach (Publisher), 1993), 184 page(s)
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Language of Dance, No. 8, The Green Table: Labanotation, Music, History, and Photographs
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written by Kurt Jooss, 1901-1979 and Anna Jooss-Markard; edited by Ann Hutchinson Guest, 1918- and Ray Cook, fl. 1988, in Language of Dance, No. 8 (New York, NY: Routledge (Publisher), 2003, originally published 2003), 421 page(s)
Score, photographs, and production details of one of this century's best-loved ballets. Includes rare archival material. This work brings together the complete dance score of The Green Table--one of the most famous ballets of the 20th century--in Labanotation, along with music notation for the piano accompaniment....
written by Kurt Jooss, 1901-1979 and Anna Jooss-Markard; edited by Ann Hutchinson Guest, 1918- and Ray Cook, fl. 1988, in Language of Dance, No. 8 (New York, NY: Routledge (Publisher), 2003, originally published 2003), 421 page(s)
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