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Introduction to Dance

by: Vicente Larson

Introduction to Dance DNCE 1000

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Vicente Larson
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This 2 page Class Notes was uploaded by Vicente Larson on Sunday October 11, 2015. The Class Notes belongs to DNCE 1000 at East Carolina University taught by Teal Darkenwald in Fall. Since its upload, it has received 24 views. For similar materials see /class/221331/dnce-1000-east-carolina-university in Dance at East Carolina University.


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Date Created: 10/11/15
Exam 1 Review 91310 Lecture 1 Defining Dance Walter Terry s Definition of Dance Selma Cohen s Guide for Theatrical Dance Rudolph von Laban s contributions movement notation speaddirectionintensity amp 8 basic efforts do not need to memorize all 8 Dance is always changing and the newer styles are a rebellion of traditional movement styles from the past 3 Categories of Dance know examples of each Lecture 2 Dance as Communication Dance a nonverbal language that re ects cultural behaviors how was Laban Movement Analysis used in terms of the election Give an example of how dance is a cultural behavior and how dance is a social behavior know the difference How is dance an effective means of communication How does communication in dance occur How can symbolism be seen in dance Ex Green Table by Kurt Ioos Lecture 3 World Dance Define world dance ritual dance concertpresentational dance and folk dance what are the differences Know the 3 Classical Iapanese dance forms and 1 modern form discussed in class be able to identify each form from the blog site What type of music is used for bugaku Who was bugaku created for How was bugaku innovative in terms of the structure What is the oldest form of theatre in Japan How is noh defined Name two styles of Japanese dance that are performed by males Know the setstage types ofnoh and kabuki Describe the costumes used in noh and kabuki Bugaku amp noh meant for noble people kabuki meant for commoners What was the firsgt commercial theatre in Japan In what Iapanese form do males play female roles When did butoh originate What two forms of dance does butoh combine Be able to identify the 6 characteristics ofAfrican dance How is the music and dance related within African culture What current form of dance has a competitive nature like African dance What do folk dances represent When were folk dances made popular How are folk dances different then world or ritual dance forms Lecture 4 Belly Dance Is belly dance a folk dance ritual dance or world dance form What is the historical significance of belly dance What are the common misconceptions about harems At a marriage celebration in Morocco would the men dance with women Does belly dance change from Village to Village or is it a standardized form that is done throughout the Middle East Name and describe the 5 important points regarding belly dance Is belly dance only for women


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