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Composing While Dancing: An Improviser's Companion [Englisch] [Taschenbuch]

Melinda Buckwalter

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Inhaltsverzeichnis

Introduction

There is Room for You

The Great Break into a Million Pieces

An Overview

How to Use This Book—Getting the Most from your Companion

Composing as Companion?

More Notes on Semantics

You Say Impro, I Say Improv

Chapter 1 Materia Prima

Introduction

Using What's Available: Forti, Dilley, Campbell

Dancing with All You've Got: Sgorbati, Duck

Going Beyond What You Do: Martin

Playing with What's Given: Bull, Reitz, Topf, Overlie, Forsythe

A Closing Thought about Material

Interlude—So many influences, so little time . . .

Chapter 2 Form: Dancing Takes Shape

Introduction

Ritual: Anna Halprin

Performance Practice: Deborah Hay

Ancient Memories: Eiko and Koma

A New Form of Dance: Steve Paxton

Studying Form: Richard Bull

From Chaos to Form through Play: Keith Hennessy

Articulating Forms: Nina Martin

Fostering Form: Penny Campbell

Emerging Forms: Susan Sgorbati

Frames as Forms: Mary Overlie

The Senses as Composers: Lisa Nelson

Forming a Dialogue of Spirit, Nature, and Culture: Suprapto Suryodarmo (Prapto)

Investigating Open Space Improvisation: Barbara Dilley

A Closing Thought about Form

Practices for Further Research

Interlude—Notes to myself: "No room for form with love this strong." (Rumi)

Chapter 3 Time Machines

Introduction

A Chance Encounter: Katie Duck

Options to Glacial Time: Nina Martin

Time Warp: Mary Overlie

Surprise: Min Tanaka

Shaping Time: Dana Reitz

Epic: Nancy Stark Smith

Time to Digest: Nancy Topf

Through the Looking Glass: Steve Paxton

Compressing Time: William Forsythe

A Sense of Time: Barbara Dilley

Back in Time: Lisa Nelson

A Closing Thought about Time

Practices for Further Research

Interlude—Notes to myself: Living Backwards

Chapter 4 Spacial Relations

Introduction

Palindrome: Richard Bull

The Grid: Barbara Dilley

Spherical Space: Paxton

The Global Underscore: Nancy Stark Smith

The Hot Spot: Nina Martin

Listen to the Space: Dana Reitz

Architecture: Mary Overlie

Room Writing: William Forsythe

Exit and Dance: Katie Duck

A Closing Thought about Space

Practices for Further Research

Interlude—Ma

Chapter 5 The Dancing Image

Introduction

The Red Square: Barbara Dilley

The Single Image Score: Lisa Nelson

Complete the Form and Neuro: Nina Martin

Poetic and Anatomical Imagery: Joan Skinner and Marsha Paludan et al.

Dynamic Anatomy: Nancy Topf

Becoming Butoh: Kazuo Ohno

Body Weather: Min Tanaka

Disappearing: Mary Overlie

A Closing Thought about the Dancing Image

Practices for Further Research

Interlude—Invisible Dances with Mary Overlie

Chapter 6 The Possibilities of Music

Introduction

Equals in Process: Judith Dunn and Bill Dixon

Integrated yet Independent: Penny Campbell

An Emerging Duet: Susan Sgorbati

A Dialogue of Forms: Richard Bull

Minimalists: Nancy Topf and Jon Gibson

Magpie Music Dance: Katie Duck

The Music in Movement: Dana Reitz

Carrying the Music: Kazuo Ohno

86 Aspects: Nancy Stark Smith and Mike Vargas

A Closing Thought about Music

Practices for Further Research

Interlude—Notes to myself: Listening

Chapter 7 The Eyes

Introduction

The Five Eye Practices: Barbara Dilley

Engaging the Eyes: Katie Duck

The Kinesthetics of Seeing: Lisa Nelson

The Eyes as an Image of Depth: Nancy Topf

Playing the Field: Nina Martin

Peripheral Vision: Steve Paxton

Cleaning the Windows of Perception: Suprapto Suryodarmo (Prapto)

A Closing Thought about the Eyes

Practices for Further Research

Interlude—Notes to myself: Catch It Out of the Corner of my Eye

Chapter 8 Partnering Science

Introduction

Comparative Anatomy of a Moving Body: Jennifer Monson

Embodying Complexity: Susan Sgorbati

Physics for the Body: Steve Paxton

A Research Proposal: Simone Forti

A Closing Thought about Partnering Science

Practices for Further Research

Interlude—Notes to myself on not knowing

Chapter 9 The Magical Object

Introduction

Taking Instructions from Objects: Lisa Nelson

Re-reify: Mary Overlie

Animate Dancing: Simone Forti

Drawing Dances: Dana Reitz

Wiggle Room: William Forsythe

Bytes: Pooh Kaye

Objects in Space: Nancy Topf

Not Only for Yourself: Min Tanaka

A Closing Thought about Objects

Practices for Further Research

Interlude–The objects begin to speak . . .

Appendices:
Who's Who and What's What in the Improviser's Companion

Dance-Maker Biographical Sketches and Contextual Information

Bibliography

Dance-Maker Selected Bibliographies and Further Reading

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