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Cote : 792.809421 B219c 2019

"When Robin Howard saw the Martha Graham Dance Company at their first London appearance in 1954 he was ‘bowled over as he had been by no other theatrical experience’. For him it was the beginning of a passion and a vision that did indeed change the face of British dance, although it held enormous sacrifices for him along the way.

In 1966 The London School of Contemporary Dance, as it was originally called, started modestly, in a one-studio premises down a cul-de-sac in London’s West End. It was the first in Europe to be authorised to teach the Graham technique, opening new horizons in British dance, and it was the star performer and teacher from Martha Graham’s school and company, Robert Cohan, who presided over the fledgling School.

This account is the first to trace the journey of Howard’s pioneering enterprise which has had such far-reaching effects. In 1969 London Contemporary Dance School moved to its new and much-expanded home, The Place, in Euston, and 2019 marks 50 years since its arrival. Howard’s vision has produced an abundance of dancers, choreographers, and teachers. It continues to inspire new generations of dancers and students in the ever-changing world of contemporary dance, and this account hears from those who have inspired and been inspired during those 50 turbulent, precarious, pioneering and adventurous years."--P.[4] de la couv.

Comprend une bibliographie et des notes bibliographiques à la fin de chapitres.
Comprend un index.
"When Robin Howard saw the Martha Graham Dance Company at their first London appearance in 1954 he was ‘bowled over as he had been by no other theatrical experience’. For him it was the beginning of a passion and a vision that did indeed change the face of British dance, although it held enormous sacrifices for him along the way.

In 1966 The London School of Contemporary Dance, as it was originally called, started modestly, in a one-studio ...

London Contemporary Dance School ; Enseignement ; Danse contemporaine ; Angleterre ; 20e siècle ; Howard, Robin ; Graham, Martha, 1894-1991 ; Technique Graham

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Cote : 792.8092 P359d 2015

"Kenny Pearl's vaslty enjoyable auto-biography (...) is a candid account of his 13-year stint in the Big Apple. His descriptions of his intimate encounters with both (Martha) Graham and (Alvin) Ailey, two of the world's great dance icons, are just one of the many pleasures of the book.."--P.[4] de la couv.

Comprend des notes bibliographiques.

Pearl, Kenny ; Danseurs professionnels ; Biographies ; New York ; Martha Graham Dance Company (Compagnie de danse) ; Graham, Martha, 1894-1991 ; Ailey, Alvin, 1931-1989

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Cote : 792.8611 R462r 2007

"Dance is a uniquely significant art form, whose primary material is not simply 'the body', but energy as it is used and experienced in movement. Energy is central to discourses of modernity and modernism, in which choreographers and dancers can actively intervene through their innovative use of energy. Mary Wigman, Martha Graham, and Merce Cunningham are key choreographers of the twentieth and twenty-first centuries, whose rhythmic innovations challenged and established norms of energy usage in their socio-cultural contexts, enabling their contemporaries to engage differently with dominant economics of energy.
This book explores the rhythmic innovations of these choreographers by combining discussion of cultural contexts with close analysis of specific dance works. Uses of energy in dance are described and analysed with the aid of concepts drawn from Rudolf Laban's writings, and are theorised with reference to historical, social and cultural contexts and to phenomenological and poststructuralist approaches to the embodied subject, constructing the argument that choreographical innovation - including recent work using digital technologies - involves a process of 'kinesthetic imagination"--P.[4] de la couv.

Comprend des notes bibliographiques à la fin du volume ainsi qu'une bibliographie.
Comprend un index.
Comprend un glossaire.
"Dance is a uniquely significant art form, whose primary material is not simply 'the body', but energy as it is used and experienced in movement. Energy is central to discourses of modernity and modernism, in which choreographers and dancers can actively intervene through their innovative use of energy. Mary Wigman, Martha Graham, and Merce Cunningham are key choreographers of the twentieth and twenty-first centuries, whose rhythmic innovations ...

Force (esthétique) ; Rythme ; Wigman, Mary, 1886-1973 ; Graham, Martha, 1894-1991 ; Cunningham, Merce, 1919-2009 ; Phénoménologie ; Danse moderne

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Cote : BL 792.864 G741d 2006

"John Deane's photographs of the twenty-first century's Martha Graham Dance Company, presented on the following pages, represent a fresh, clear-eyed, highly sophisticated, faux-naïve, contemporary look at young dancers dancing some of the great twentieth-century works created by the legendary American choreographer Martha Graham. The photographs were taken during the past three years."--P. ix.

Comprend une bibliographie.

Martha Graham Dance Company (Compagnie de danse) ; Photographies ; Graham, Martha, 1894-1991 ; Pièces chorégraphiques

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Cote : 792.8611 G741 2002

Compilation de témoignages écrits par des danseurs ayanté été formé par M. Graham.
Comprend une bibliographie.

Biographies ; Graham, Martha, 1894-1991 ; Danse moderne ; Chorégraphes ; Pédagogues ; Pièces chorégraphiques ; Danseurs ; Etats-Unis ; Technique Graham ; Classe technique ; Enseignement ; Apprentissage

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Cote : 792.8092 B618b 1997

"When Diane Gray, director of the Martha Graham school of contemporary dance in New York city, invited me to teach the workshops for the advanced students in 1987, I knew instantly what it was she wanted from me. It certainly was not to teach a technique class, but rather to share with the students examples of Martha Graham's 'early work'." -- Introduction.

A également contribué: Joyce Greenberg.

Comprend des références bibliographiques.
Comprend un index.
"When Diane Gray, director of the Martha Graham school of contemporary dance in New York city, invited me to teach the workshops for the advanced students in 1987, I knew instantly what it was she wanted from me. It certainly was not to teach a technique class, but rather to share with the students examples of Martha Graham's 'early work'." -- Introduction.

A également contribué: Joyce Greenberg.

Comprend des références bibliographi...

Bird, Dorothy, 1912-1996 ; Biographies ; Graham, Martha, 1894-1991 ; Broadway (New York, N.Y.) ; Danse moderne ; Danseuse ; Enseignement

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Cote : 792.8092 G741L 1995

"This inspirational biography of Martha Graham includes:
- 31 black-and-white photographs of the life and dances of Martha Graham
- Childhood stories from her life in Pennsylvania and California
- Profiles of dance legends such as Ruth St. Denis, Eric Hawkins, Merce Cunningham, and Paul Taylor
- Details of more than 20 of the historical, mythological, and literary dances Graham chorepgraphed and performed
- Description of Graham's unique principles of movement." -- P. [4] de la couv.

Comprend une bibliographie.
Comprend un index.

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"This inspirational biography of Martha Graham includes:
- 31 black-and-white photographs of the life and dances of Martha Graham
- Childhood stories from her life in Pennsylvania and California
- Profiles of dance legends such as Ruth St. Denis, Eric Hawkins, Merce Cunningham, and Paul Taylor
- Details of more than 20 of the historical, mythological, and literary dances Graham chorepgraphed and performed
- Description of Graham's unique ...

Graham, Martha, 1894-1991 ; Danseuse ; Chorégraphes ; Pédagogues ; Etats-Unis ; Biographies ; Danse moderne

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Cote : 792.860904 F834d 1995

"Duncan, Saint-Point, Cocteau, Barbette, Dudley, Sokolow, Ocko, Graham, Cunningham, Dunn, Ohno"--Couv.

"In his revisionary account of the evolution of 'modern dance', Mark Franko questions the common notion that the dancing image reflects a relation of dance to culture. He calls for a historicization of aesthetics that considers the often-ignored political dimension of expressive action. Employing an interdisciplinary approach to dance analysis, Franko draws from performance studies, feminism studies, and cultural theory to study modern dance in relation to sexual, class, and modernist politics, ranging from Isadora Duncan, Martha Graham and Merce Cunningham to less canonical figures, such as Valentine de Saint-Point, left-wing 'revolutionary' dancers of the 1930s, and Douglas Dunn."--P.[4] de la couv.

Comprend une bibliographie et des notes bibliographiques.
Comprend un index.
"Duncan, Saint-Point, Cocteau, Barbette, Dudley, Sokolow, Ocko, Graham, Cunningham, Dunn, Ohno"--Couv.

"In his revisionary account of the evolution of 'modern dance', Mark Franko questions the common notion that the dancing image reflects a relation of dance to culture. He calls for a historicization of aesthetics that considers the often-ignored political dimension of expressive action. Employing an interdisciplinary approach to dance ...

Danse moderne ; Modernisme (art) ; Art et politique ; Aspect politique ; Féminisme ; Identité sexuelle ; Duncan, Isadora, 1878-1927 ; Graham, Martha, 1894-1991 ; Cunningham, Merce, 1919-2009 ; Dunn, Douglas, 1942- ; Saint-Point, Valentine de, 1875-1953 ; Homosexualité

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Cote : 792.8611 G741 1991

Compilation de témoignages écrits par des danseurs ayanté été formé par M. Graham.

Biographies ; Graham, Martha, 1894-1991 ; Danse moderne ; Chorégraphes ; Pédagogues ; Pièces chorégraphiques ; Danseurs ; Etats-Unis ; Technique Graham ; Classe technique ; Enseignement ; Apprentissage

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Cote : 792.8092 G741b 1991

Sous-titre de la page couverture : "An Autobiography".

Graham, Martha, 1894-1991 ; Biographies ; Chorégraphes ; Pièces chorégraphiques ; Danseuse ; Pédagogues ; Etats-Unis ; St. Denis, Ruth, 1880-1968

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