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Looking at Dances: A Choreological Perspective on Choreography

Looking at Dances



Preston-Dunlop, Valerie (1998)
London: Verve


Detailed Description

Does a dance communicate? What? How? Are all dances meaningful? Do spectators see what a choreographer sees?

"The strands of the dance medium like locks of hair plait into one meaningful whole. The interlock is all."

The interlock is what this book explores from the choreographer and performers' perspective with every genre in contemporary dance theatre in mind.

Valerie Preston-Dunlop is an internationally recognised lecturer, teacher, and author on dance.

She is currently Adviser for Postgraduate Studies and Research at the Laban Centre in London

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