The Dance Experience Insights into History, Culture and Creativity | Edition: 3
Author: Myron Howard Nadel, Marc Raymond Strauss
publisher: Princeton Book Company
publisher Date: 11/15/2013
Schools: Temple University，University of Wisconsin-Eau Claire，Rutgers,The State University of New Jersey，University of North Carolina at Charlotte
Description: Providing an understanding of the history, evolution, and universality of dance as an art form, this guidebook explores the significance of dance in culture, the relationship of dance to other art forms, the contributions of great pioneering choreographers, dancers, and teachers, and the creative process. Highlighting an extensive range of types of dance—including ballet, modern, jazz, tap, folk, ethnic, and social—this comprehensive collection features a variety of engaging essays written by experts in their respective fields. Students of dance, professionals, instructors, and enthusiasts will learn what to look for during a performance, and how to appreciate dance styles from around the world. This newly revised edition includes five new chapters and an extensive, annotated appendix of film resources giving helpful suggestions for viewing that will enhance the dance experience.