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A Language for Movement: Video

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Material Type: Animation
Technical Format: Video
Date Added to MERLOT: January 27, 2013
Date Modified in MERLOT: January 27, 2013
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Submitter : Inma Alvarez

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"A Language for Movement" (1996) is part of an Open University series entitled "Seeing through Mathematics". This 25 minute programme shows how notation can help the recording and reconstruction of dances. It focuses in particular on the work of Rudolf Laban and his system of notation known as Labanotation and how we can enjoy... More

Keywords:
CCCEED, Jean Johnson-Jones, Nijinsky, creativity, mathematics, choreology, geometry, Afternoon of a Faun, JISC digitisation and content, David Bintley, Rudolf Laban, Labanotation, Benesh notation, Ann Hutchinson Guest, Tina Curran, dance, notation, Warren Lamb

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Primary Audience: College General Ed, Graduate School, Professional
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Language: English
Cost Involved: yes Source Code Available: unsure
Accessiblity Information Available: unsure Copyright: yes
Creative Commons: no

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