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Studia Choreologica II Studia Choreologica Vol. II (2000)
ed. by Roderyk Lange

ISSN 1508-1354
liczba stron: 116, ilustracje
wymiary: 146 x 210 mm
okładka: miękka, laminowana
cena: 50,00 zł

The second volume of this series contains three studies concerned with various issues of choreological investigation: the study by Ioannis Prantsidis contains an analysis of the cultural processes of dance, within a rural community, which was originally based in Northern Thrace (now in Bulgaria). Part of its population resettled in Macedonia (Greece) in 1925. This gave the author a unique chance to conduct comparative analysis between these two villages. The discourse is based on field work, conducted by the author between 1990 and 1995.
Monika Fink investigates “Children’s Balls – Social Dance – Ballroom Dancing”, during the eighteenth and nineteenth centuries, in various countries in Europe and America. The author concludes that these balls did not include any dancing appropriate to the children’s age. Instead, the children were taught the current social dances of adults, and were directed to imitate them exactly.
The actor and scholar, Zvika Serper, is a specialist in various genres of Japanese theatre and dance. He studied, for long periods, the traditional performing arts in Japan, and, uniquely, appeared there in leading theatre roles. In his article, he analyses Maurice Béjart’s choreography “The Kabuki”, which was commissioned by the Tokyo Ballet Company. In this choreography, some traditional conventions of Japanese theatre were creatively fused with Western balletic elements.

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