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Dance Composition (Theatre Arts (Routledge…

Dance Composition (Theatre Arts (Routledge Paperback))

by Jacqueline M. Smith-Autard

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Dance composition - the discipline that translates ideas into dances - is an important part of dance education. This book, a bestseller for over twenty years, is a practical guide to creative success in dance making and is invaluable for all those who are interested in dance composition, from secondary school to university. This fifth edition has been revised and updated to include a new chapter exploring creative processes in relation to composing dances.

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Dance composition is an important part of dance education because it is the discipline that translates ideas into dances. This book explores essential guidelines and thus contributes to a greater understanding of dance composition as a discipline.

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