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FEUILLET
MUSIC NOTATION
NOTATIONS
DANCE NOTATION
LABANOTATION
CLOG
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SCORE
NOTATION SYSTEM
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USEFUL
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DOCUMENTATION
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LABAN
REPRESENT
CONSTITUTES
EXIST
NOTATION
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Definitions

  1. The notation is a memory aid. (Web site)
  2. Notation is a method for recording movements and dances.
  3. Notation was no longer limited to the documentation of dance steps alone, but sought to capture the complexity of the whole body movement. (Web site)

Feuillet

  1. Several pages of dances written in the dance notation system devised by Feuillet are included. (Web site)
  2. SUMMARY This ballroom dance for one couple, preserved in Feuillet notation, was choreographed by English dancing master Mr. Isaac (c. (Web site)
  3. Feuillet notation, which so beautifully aided dancers in learning the early Baroque dance repertory, was not efficient for notating the larger group dances. (Web site)
  4. The Feuillet system of notation was based on tract drawings that traced the pattern of the dance. (Web site)

Music Notation

  1. Choreography and dance techniques can be written down as dance notation which is analogous to music notation. (Web site)
  2. It is composed and written using music notation, and as a rule is performed faithfully to the score.
  3. Notational systems in music Music notation as an information technology For thousands of years, early musicians composed new music using their instincts. (Web site)

Notations

  1. Dancing manuals contemporary with the notation (1680s) are lacking, so we must speculate on the exact technique of the steps. (Web site)
  2. But like the Folk mode, the mode mediated by notation has quantitative limits, and in our own century these limits have become obstructively clear.

Dance Notation

  1. Feuillet's Chor-graphie ( 1700) set out a method of dance notation and established the term chor-graphie for the writing, or notating of dances.
  2. See also: choreographic technique, dance notation, choreographer. (Web site)
  3. Raoul Feuillet and Pierre Beauchamp used an adaption the word chorea to describe dance notation.
  4. Post a question or answer questions about "Action stroke dance notation" at WikiAnswers. (Web site)
  5. ISBN 3-89924-057-X Hutchinson Guest, A. (1989) Choreographics: a comparison of dance notation systems from the fifteenth century to the present. (Web site)

Labanotation

  1. Linda made a career out of researching and teaching Labanotation, the art and science of dance notation. (Web site)
  2. Labanotation is a type of notation that captures dance movements on paper, similar to how musical notation captures musical performances. (Web site)

Clog

  1. The earliest full notation of a Welsh clog dance.
  2. On the clog side there is a notation for a Lancashire dance collected by Julian Pilling.

System

  1. The music can be performed entirely from memory, from a written system of musical notation, or some combination of both.
  2. At present, there are two systems of notation in general use, Labanotation and Benesh notation. (Web site)
  3. The notation system would be the design document. (Web site)
  4. Rewards act as the core building block of our notation system. (Web site)
  5. By using the notation system as a critical part of development, you build into the team strong structures that encourage a more agile form of design. (Web site)

Musical Notation

  1. Oral tradition and notation Main article: Musical notation.
  2. The system of musical notation is a pattern system used for recording items of exact definition and dimension. (Web site)
  3. In musical notation, a bar or measure is a segment of time defined as a given number of beats of a given duration. (Web site)
  4. The Schoyen Collection: Music (scans of medieval musical notation) Bauska castle - location of Medieval Music festival.
  5. Music Theory - self-teaching guide -- Music Theory -- chords, scales, musical notation, motives, chord changes, musical structure, harmony, composition.

Score

  1. Their various movements are observed and notated separately and then synchronized in the notation score. (Web site)
  2. The DNB Collection in OSU's Rare Books and Manuscripts is the largest collection of dance notation scores in a university library in the world.

Notation System

  1. This system has been developed and perfected by the Dance Notation Bureau, which was founded in New York in 1940 and introduced the term in 1953. (Web site)
  2. A. Benesh Notation is a system of recording dance movements similar to music notes. (Web site)
  3. This essay describes a game play notation system that can be used to record and analyze any game. (Web site)
  4. Attempts have been made by ethnomusicologists and dance ethnologists to develop specific notation systems for such purposes. (Web site)
  5. General guidance on how to start clog dancing, a resume of some of the various styles and a simplified description on the notation system employed.

Guitar

  1. Written notation varies with style and period of music, and includes scores, lead sheets, guitar tablature, among the more common notations.
  2. With guitar tablature, standard notation, vocal melody, lyrics, chord names and guitar chord diagrams. (Web site)
  3. I have found that ordinary guitar tab staff notation sometimes will be displayed uncorrectly on article sites.

Elements

  1. The notation system for music is what encompasses all the functional elements required for the performance of same. (Web site)
  2. There aren't any 'notation'-style schemes that describe the elements of writing, however, which actually work.

Useful

  1. That said, I wonder how useful the notation system would really be. (Web site)
  2. Personally I think that it would be more useful to get people who do not teach or use notation to say why and then address their response.

Record

  1. The debate about the necessity of dance notation is pertinent in an age where it proves quicker and cheaper to record a performance on a Camcorder.
  2. These include a form of notation called "choreology." There are two systems of notation by which choreologists record choreography.

Research

  1. Scores and books on many different systems of notation are available for research.
  2. Dancers learn to research dance history, write and read basic dance notation.

Documentation

  1. Another purpose of dance notation is the documentation and analysis of dance in dance ethnology. (Web site)
  2. Notation. Dance notation, preservation and documentation.

Medium

  1. Second, Notation is a medium which encourages and reinforces a specializing division between Composer and Performer.
  2. Thirdly, notation is primarily a medium of the EYE, not of the EAR. It is thus subject to the laws which govern visual systems of representation.

Movement

  1. Eshkol-Wachman Movement Notation and DanceWriting are also in use, but to a lesser extent. (Web site)
  2. This text aims to give the reader a impression how the notation looks like and how the notation analyses movement.
  3. Benesh Movement Notation was devised by Rudolf and Joan Benesh and first published in 1956.
  4. In dance, notation is the translation of four-dimensional movement (time being the fourth dimension) into signs written on two-dimensional paper. (Web site)
  5. Dance notation approaches the body and its movement in an analytic, abstract, and systematic way, using specific symbols for documenting movement. (Web site)

Method

  1. Notation Method for recording movements and dances.
  2. The piece was reconstructed from Saint-L--on's own method of dance notation known as La St--nochor--graphie. (Web site)

Rules

  1. Yours certainly goes a little deeper into the theory and how topography and rules affect the notation. (Web site)
  2. I wholeheartedly agree on the need for a game design notation, and the use of verbs, tokens, rules, actions, risks and rewards to describe a game design. (Web site)

Laban

  1. Rudolf van Laban, a Hungarian-born choreographer and dance theorist, developed his system of notation in the 1920s. (Web site)
  2. The choreographer Rudolf Laban developed theories of movement which remain important, and a comprehensive notation system.
  3. I think people in the Laban community may not always agree on the definitions of Labanotation and Motif Notation, and how they differ.
  4. Its members practise the system of movement and dance notation originated by Rudolf Laban, known as Kinetography Laban or Labanotation. (Web site)

Represent

  1. If we don---t represent the player---s interaction, our game notation is meaningless. (Web site)
  2. A system of figures or symbols used in a specialized field to represent numbers, quantities, tones, or values: musical notation. (Web site)

Constitutes

  1. Like notation, recording constitutes a qualitative advance, and in its innate potential is the negation of notation.
  2. Unusual events Part of using the notation system correctly is understanding what constitutes a meaningful event and logging it appropriately. (Web site)

Exist

  1. Many types of dance notation exist but none are widely used. (Web site)
  2. Prosody does not exist for telling the poet how to read aloud; it exists because it is a notation system for sonic qualities in words. (Web site)

Notation

  1. But what Danc introduces here is not a notation or a design tool. (Web site)
  2. There is no simple eight-level scale and meter notation of writing. (Web site)
  3. Danc has skipped the actual notation in favor of measuring the result of the game. (Web site)
  4. Music notation does not note the emotive impacts or whatever of a piece of music. (Web site)
  5. Most of his songs are dhrupadic in structure, being composed in four stanzas and are to be sung according to the notation set. (Web site)

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