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Cote : 792.8015 S571w 1977

"My dance is a version of a scene, one in many versions. I finish every season thinking I haven't dug enough into the diversity of what I see, I've lingered too long over my loves, haven't made enough opportunities to discuss about some dancers because what they dance is trivial. Similarly, what I've selected to put in this book, out of all I've written, is not broadly representative or always fully explained. I've try rather to give a sense of the flow and interaction of a world viewed from one place, my place - even though that place shifts a little bit too, from time to time."--P. xvi.

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"My dance is a version of a scene, one in many versions. I finish every season thinking I haven't dug enough into the diversity of what I see, I've lingered too long over my loves, haven't made enough opportunities to discuss about some dancers because what they dance is trivial. Similarly, what I've selected to put in this book, out of all I've written, is not broadly representative or always fully explained. I've try rather to give a sense of ...

Critique de danse ; Ballet ; Danse moderne ; Danse contemporaine ; Etats-Unis ; Ailey, Alvin, 1931-1989 ; Balanchine, George, 1904-1983 ; Cunningham, Merce, 1919-2009 ; Graham, Martha, 1894-1991 ; Limon, José, 1908-1972 ; Robbins, Jerome, 1918-1998 ; Taylor, Paul, 1930- ; Tharp, Twyla, 1941- ; Brown, Trisha, 1936- ; Appréciation ; Presse

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Cote : 792.860973 B215t 1979

"To Americans today, modern art already seems old-fashioned. By the middle of the twentieth century, the modern novel, painting, sculpture and music had reached their heights, and a new generation of writers, artists, and composers - as well as of critics - was facing a crisis of form and content at the very root of the arts. The same was true of moderne dance - a term that encompasses a range of individual styles and idioms wich had already, since its beginnings at the turn of the century, suffered a multitude of changes, splits, and variations. We still use the term modern dance to refer indiscriminately to an enormous variety of concert art dance that is not rooted in the 'danse d'école' (i.e. ballet). Modern dance identifies itself as aesthetic, whereas revue and musical theater dancing know themselves to be entertaining."--Introduction.

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"To Americans today, modern art already seems old-fashioned. By the middle of the twentieth century, the modern novel, painting, sculpture and music had reached their heights, and a new generation of writers, artists, and composers - as well as of critics - was facing a crisis of form and content at the very root of the arts. The same was true of moderne dance - a term that encompasses a range of individual styles and idioms wich had already, ...

Histoire ; Postmodern dance ; Childs, Lucinda, 1940- ; Rainer, Yvonne, 1934- ; Paxton, Steve, 1939- ; Brown, Trisha, 1936- ; Gordon, Davis ; Hay, Deborah, 1941- ; Monk, Meredith, 1943- ; King, Kenneth, 1948- ; Dunn, Douglas, 1942- ; Forti, Simone,1935- ; Judson Church ; Etats-Unis ; Forme (esthétique) ; Chorégraphes ; Danseurs

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