Dance & It's Audience
Dance & It's Audience DANC 185A
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EXAM 1 REVIEW GUIDE This is only meant to be a guide. Please study readings, notes, videos, etc. to supplement what is on this guide. • Elements and Purposes of Dance • Looking at Dance o Description o Interpretation o Evaluation • Origins of Dance o Dance in Early Greek Society o Isadora Duncan ▪ Influences ▪ General history ▪ Type of movement she performed and choreographed Costume ▪ • Dance Technique • Ballet Dance(Approx. 50% of questions will be about Ballet) o Ballet de Cour (Court Ballet) Italy➔France ▪ ▪ Characteristics and Influences of Court Ballet ▪ Notable people • Louis XIV o Paris Opera Ballet-1713 o Monarchy and Ballet • Jean Georges Noverre o Qualities of Ballet d’Action-1760 o Romantic Era of Ballet ▪ France➔Denmark➔Russia ▪ Qualities of Romantic Ballet ▪ Post French Revolution changes to Ballet • Production and costume changes o La Sylphide, 1832 ▪ Filippo and Marie Taglioni ▪ August Bournonville • 1836, Denmark ▯ ▪ Christian Johannson • 1841, Russia o Imperial Ballet notable people ▪ Marius Petipa ▯ • Mikhail Fokine ▯ o Ballet Russes, 1909-1929 • Serge Diaghilev • Vaslav Nijinsky o Classical Era of Ballet ▯ ▯ ▯ ▯ USA England -Antony Tudor -S. F.Ashton -ABT -The Royal Ballet -Mikhail Baryshnikov -George Balanchine -NYCB
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