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  1. Ballet and Modern Dance: A Concise History by Jack Anderson, 1993-02-01
  2. Modern Bodies: Dance and American Modernism from Martha Graham to Alvin Ailey by Julia L. Foulkes, 2002-09-09
  3. The Dancer Prepares: Modern Dance for Beginners by James Penrod, Janice Gudde Plastino, 2004-07-02
  4. The Vision of Modern Dance: In the Words of Its Creators
  5. The Rise and Fall and Rise of Modern Dance by Don McDonagh, 1990-11
  6. Modern Educational Dance by Rudolf Laban, 1988-05
  7. Ailey Ascending: A Portrait in Motion by Alvin Alley America Dance Theater, 2008-10-29
  8. Ballet and Modern Dance (Second Edition, Revised)(World of Art) by Susan Au, 2002-06-17
  9. Modern Dance, Negro Dance: Race in Motion by Susan Manning, 2006-10-04
  10. Basic Concepts in Modern Dance: A Creative Approach (Dance Horizons Book) by Gay Cheney, 1989-08-01
  11. Harnessing the Wind: the Art of Teaching Modern Dance by Jan Erkert, 2003-01-24
  12. Modern Dance in Germany and the United States: Crosscurrents and Influences (Choreography and Dance Studies Series) by Isa Partsch-Bergsohn, 1995-04-01
  13. Terpsichore in Sneakers: Post-Modern Dance (Wesleyan Paperback) by Sally Banes, 1987-06-15
  14. Dance Technique of Lester Horton by Marjorie Perce, Ana Marie Forsythe, et all 1992-05-01

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7. Modern Dance - Wikipedia, The Free Encyclopedia
The social and artistic upheavals of the late 1960s and 70s provoked even more radical forms of modern dance. Modern dance today is much more sophisticated in technique and
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    In the early 1900s European and American dancers started to rebel against the rigid constraints of Classical Ballet . Shedding the authoritarian controls surrounding classical ballet technique, costume, and shoes, these early modern dance pioneers focused on creative self-expression rather than on technical virtuosity. Modern dance is a more relaxed, free style of dance in which choreographers use emotions and moods to design their own steps, in contrast to ballet's structured code of steps. It has a deliberate use of gravity, whereas ballet is rigid in its technique. Classical ballet is the basic building blocks for all dance types and thus modern dance also uses technique.
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    In Europe Mary Wigman Francois Delsarte Émile Jaques-Dalcroze ... Rudolf von Laban developed theories of human movement and expression, and methods of instruction that led to the development of European modern and

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OK, you can relax. Here it is, at long last, my report on a bunch of mostly non-balletic dance events in the New York area in recent weeks. "Mostly" because while I made mention of Christopher Wheeldon's Morphoses at City Center in an Oct. 8 posting, there was also some ballet in the non-annual Fall for Dance pop-pourri programs, again at City Center. I missed most of these, being out in California or up at our country place. Still, the one program I did see included an utterly anodyne account of Balanchine's "Tchaikovsky Pas de Deux" by Sara Webb and Connor Walsh of the Houston Ballet. One of the more piquant series in this early fall was a festival called Crossing the Line. This was yet another production of the French the Alliance Francaise in New York, as backed by French state money. The reason we see so much French stuff is that the French still take cultural diplomacy seriously. The Americans did too, at the onset of the Cold War, but our politicians soon lost interest in winning the hearts and minds of arts lovers. Crossing the Line kicked off with yet another deft, amusing, annoying, thought-provoking endeavor from Jerome Bel, the uncontested master of French dance conceptualism. This was supposedly called "The Last Performance," billed as a "response to a poorly received performance he had done." But he decided at extreme short notice, he said to cook up a new lecture-demo consisting of recollections from an observer's (his own) point of view of performances he had seen. Conceptualists make good critics, and Bel could be a terrific critic if he weren't so busy teasing us with his thinking and his acting out of his thinking. His talk was amusing, punctuated by his own deft movement illustrations. It made one, even those ones of us who have done it for a living, think about what it meant to watch a performance. It was not his best work, but it was plenty good enough.

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    10. Modern Dance - What Is Modern Dance
    Modern dance is a dance style that rejects many of the strict rules of classical ballet, focusing instead on the expression of inner feelings.
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    Modern dance Photodisc / Getty Images zSB(3,3) Born in the early 20th century, modern dance is a dance style that centers on a dancer's own interpretations instead of structured steps, as in traditional ballet dancing. During the 1900's, European dancers began rebelling against the rigid rules of classical ballet. Turning against the structured techniques, costumes and shoes of ballet, these dancers favaored a more relaxed, free style of dancing. Modern dance pioneers often danced in bare feet and revealing costumes. In the United States, several dance pioneers paved the way for American modern dance, including the legendary Martha Graham.
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    Modern dance encourages dancers to use their emotions and moods to design their own steps and routines. It is not unusual for modern dancers to invent new steps for their routines, instead of following a structured code of technique, as in ballet. Another characteristic of modern dance in opposition to ballet is the deliberate use of gravity. Whereas classical ballet dancers strive to be light and airy on their feet, modern dancers often use their body weight to enhance movement. A modern dancer rejects the classical ballet stance of an upright, erect body, often opting instead for deliberate falls to the floor.

    11. Pavane - History, Dance, Modern Use
    A stately dance of the 16th 17thc, probably of Italian origin; the name may derive from the town of Padua. It was often linked to a livelier dance, generally in triple time

    12. Julia Sasso : Choreographer, Performer, Educator ; Julia Sasso Dances
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    13. Dance, Modern Atlanta - Dance, Modern At Postal Code 30310, United States | Even
    Dance, Modern in Atlanta at Postal code 30310, United States. A dance form combining strong technique with free expression using influences and inspirat

    14. Spotlight Biography: Modern Dance
    Modern Dance. Traditionally, European and American theatrical dance centered on ballet. However, in the early twentieth century, it became fashionable in dance circles to rebel
    Modern Dance Traditionally, European and American theatrical dance centered on ballet. However, in the early twentieth century, it became fashionable in dance circles to rebel against the strictures of tradition. The first two well-known American dancers to break away from classical ballet were Isadora Duncan and Ruth St. Denis. Although their styles differed, Duncan and St. Denis's unconventional approaches opened the door to a new era in dance history: the American modern dance movement of the 1920s. Leaders of this movement, some of whom are listed below, based their works on personal experience, using their bodies as instruments to express such emotions as passion, fear, joy, or grief. Rather than adhering to a set form and a limited range of gestures, as in ballet, the dancer created form as an outgrowth of his or her own communicative impulses. Over time, modern dance has reconciled itself to other traditional dance forms. Perhaps nothing has helped to integrate various styles of dance more than American musical comedy, which draws on ballet, modern, tap, and ethnic folk dancing. In addition, with the advent of television and improved transportation after World War II, audiences and dancers alike have benefited from a greater exposure to dance styles from all over the world. Dancers today use a broader range of techniques, styles, and source materials than ever before.
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    16. Jump Jump Dance Dance - Modern Eyes On Vimeo
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    17. Dance: Modern Dance Turkey Bloomsbury Theatre London - The Independent (London,
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    18. Paufve | Dance
    Paufve dance is a modern dance company based in Oakland, California under the artistic direction of choreographer Randee Paufve, with choreography which communicates through the language of the body, viscerally and intuitively connecting to other human beings.
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    19. Arts Performing Dance Modern
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    20. Jane Franklin Dance
    Jane Franklin Dance, a modern dance company based in Arlington, Virginia (just outside Washington, DC), is a delicious blend of dance, theater and humor.
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        The Mouse of Amherst
        The Mouse of Amherst , adapted from the book by Elizabeth Spires
        A performance for children by Jane Franklin Dance
        with projected animation by Bryan Leister and music by Paul Musso and Mark Sylvester. Jane Franklin Dance presents a performance for children, The Mouse of Amherst, An unlikely friendship develops between Emily Dickinson and a lively mouse.  Children learn that everyone can write about their feelings and even a mouse can create poetry.  Adapted from the book by Elizabeth Spires, this engaging new work will the spark imagination and delight children and adults.  Tickets, $15 and $10 for children under 10, are available online below, by phone at 703-933-1111.
        $15 General Admission Sat Dec 4 11 am Sat Dec 4 1 pm Sun Dec 5 1 pm
        $10 Children under 10 years Sat Dec 4 11 am Sat Dec 4 1 pm Sun Dec 5 1 pm
        Jane Franklin Dance is looking for Young Dancers, ages 7 -11, for a performance for children

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