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Danc 101 Week 8 notes

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These notes cover exactly what Flach covers in class. You can sit back, relax, and not write a thing in class if you have these notes.
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Cindy Flach (P)
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Date Created: 09/22/16
Dance 101 – Lecture Outline – Week Eight TEXT: CHAPTER SIX – MODERN DANCE VIDEO: NEVER STAND STILL (JACOB’ PILLOW DOCUMENTARY); DANCING IN THE LIGHT  Toy Giggs  Imitation of an ostrich  Ideal body type was long limbs and very strong muscles (great muscle deprivation in the body) ALVIN AILEY; A TRIBUTE TO ALVIN AILEY The Second Generation Martha Hill (1900-1995)  Did not have a company, or her own school  Began teaching at Bennington college and then went to the Julliard school to teach  Julliard school is the top school for arts (music, dance, theater) American Dance Festival  Martha Hill started the American Dance Festival  Was at Julliard School in NY, but moved to Duke University (Chapel Hill, NC) Anna Sokolow (1915-2000)  Important choreographer that Alvin Ailey studied with but studied with denishawn originally  Choreographed “Rooms” – about isolation Jose Limon (1908-1972) –  Technique emphasizing balance, speed, control  “The Moor’s Pavane” - North African ‘moor’ Erick Hawkins (1917-1994)  Martha graham’s first husband  First male in Graham’s company  Formed his own company  Technique based on ease and free flow of movement (like water rushing) Lester Horton (1906-1953)  California choreographer  Major teacher of Alvin Ailey  Alvin Ailey was Lester’s best student with the most potential and possibilities in dance  Gave his company over to Alvin when he died American Indian (Native American) cultural influences Technique requires a strong torso and uses both symmetrical and asymmetrical styles Katherine Dunham (1909-2006)  Combined African dance to modern, contemporary, and Native Caribbean dance  Went to the Caribbean to do the “in the field” research where she studied native culture and dance  She moved to NY and got involved with choreographing Broadway pieces  Dunham choreographed “Negro Rhapsody,” (first black piece of dance) “Barrelhouse Blues,” (slow, jazzy piece of dance) and “Stormy Weather”  A researcher and a scholar in the field of Anthropology Black Concert Dance Talley Beatty (1923-1996)  “The Road of the Phoebe Snow”; “Mourner’s Bench” (dance done on a bench; very slow, interpretative movement; repetitive moves; lots of straightened legs and arms; a lot of Martha Graham’s contraction and release technique; motif – motion - of a fluttering arm) Pearl Primus (1919-1994)  “Strange Fruit” – a poem about lynching o Talks and tells a story while the girl dances and imitates what he says Alvin Ailey (1931-1990) (Extra Credit*)  Studied with Martha Graham, George Balanchine, Anna Sokolow, Katherine Dunham (auditioned for a musical), Charles Weidman, etc. to absorb all of their techniques  Went to NY and was supposed to return to California but ended up falling in love with NY and stayed there to start his own company  Alvin Ailey American Dance Theatre o In NY overlooking the Hudson River  Two major influences were Lester Horton and Katherine Dunham  Played lots of sports and then started gymnastics where he met a dancer who introduced him to Lester Horton  Started dancing at 18 yrs old  Choreographed “blood memories” – has to do with black roots in Texas  Wanted to produce a social statement about how great African Americans are (how the love theirselves, entertain, dance, etc.)  Choreographed “Revelations” (a suite of spirituals) o Spirtuals were:  Pilgrims sorrow  Take me to the water  Move members move  “Cry” (dance Ailey created as a birthday present for his mother)  “For Bird With Love”, “Night Creatures” Judith Jamison  After Alvin Ailey died, Jamison took over the American Dance Theatre  Ailey’s leading dancer, very tall  Choreographed “Divining” (discovering water) Donald McKayle (1930---)  “Rainbow ‘Round My Shoulder” (chain gang – no women in CG; cyc – background changes color to demonstrate different times of the day; very intense movements) Bill T. Jones  Narrated Jacob’s Pillow featured in DVD  “D-Man in the Waters” o About the AIDS epidemic o There is a motif (motions of the arms – swimming motions)


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