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Studia Choreologica VI Studia Choreologica Vol. VI (2004)
ed. by Roderyk Lange

ISSN 1508-1354
liczba stron: 106, ilustracje
wymiary: 146 x 210 mm
okładka: miękka, laminowana
cena: 50,00 zł

Roderyk Lange writes on “Movement and the Human Body”. The author stresses the necessity to view the expressive manifestations of the human body as a series of continuous changes in space and in time, and not as a line of static poses. The symbolic content is, in fact, embodied in the movement of the human body itself. This is followed by an outline of the development of research methodologies in this field.
Anna Lazarou, Filippos Filippou, Maria Michaltsi, Fani Lazarou, Alkis Raftis.  A project, conducted by a group of researchers based at the Democritus University in Thrace (Greece), concerned with the problem of  “The Mode of Naming Dances. The Socio-Cultural Context of a Macedonian Dance Tradition”. The result of this research demonstrates the fluency of dance names. Therefore, dance names alone cannot be the means of identifying dance types in any seriously intended dance research.
Angel Acuña Delgado writes about “A Symbolic and Contextual Interpretation of the Dance of the Yu’pa in the Mountain Range of Perijá (Venezuela)”. This is based on thorough field-work. The conclusion of this project reveals the meaning of dance as a symbolic expression within a particular cultural context. The great merit of the article is the inherent research model, as applied by the author in collecting and in analysing the data.
Eva Kröschlová, in her article concerning “The Structural Form-Analysis of Les Bouffons (Mattachins) from the Orchésographie by Thoinot Arbeau (1588)”, applies sucessfully, to historical dances, a model of structural analysis, that was developed in the 1960s within dance folklore research.  

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