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Studia Choreologica IV Studia Choreologica Vol. IV (2002)
ed. by Roderyk Lange

ISSN 1508-1354
liczba stron: 146, ilustracje
wymiary: 146 x 210 mm
okładka: miękka, laminowana
cena: 50,00 zł

This volume contains three studies concerned with the adaptation of dance folklore for the stage.
Naira Kilichyan analyses the various approaches to “The Armenian Folk Dance on Stage”, which were developed in various periods from the 1930s onward. There was concurrently a serious dance research initiated in Armenia. The observations made by the author of the article are universally valid.
Bernard Kwilimbe discusses in his article the process of transferring indigenous African dance to staged performances. He draws attention to the problems encountered in these endeavours, and points out the specific type of movement technique inherent in African dance. This leads his thoughts “Towards a Dance Theatre in Malawi”.
Gergana Panova analyses “The Bulgarian Folk Dances at Home and Abroad”. This is the result of a thorough sociological research conducted both in Bulgaria and in the German speaking countries (Germany, Austria and Switzerland). A variety of social and personal functions of the dance surface from the interviews conducted in conjunction with practical dance sessions.

horeologia, kinetografia, notacja ruchu, notacja tańca, zapis tańca, taniec, taniec współczesny, taniec historyczny, taniec ludowy, warsztaty taneczne, Instytut Choreologii w Poznaniu, Poznań, analiza ruchu, eksploracja przestrzeni, rekonstrukcja tańców, Roderyk Lange, warsztaty, taniec w Poznaniu, badania nad tańcem, Knust, Laban, letnie warsztaty taneczne, warsztaty taneczne w Poznaniu