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Balance Study-Horton Technique
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Students will learn how to find their center of gravity or apply a greater sense of control of center. This study varies the weight and lift of the body in or to maximize the use of the center. Students wil learn how flow, breathe, dynamics and use of space can lead to an enhanced understanding of movement technique.

Subject:
Dance
Material Type:
Lesson
Provider:
YouTube
Author:
Kat Worthington
Date Added:
02/26/2019
Horton Technique: Flat Back Series
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In this lesson, the flat back sequence will help lengthen and strength the torso of the dancer. In addition to the lenthening and strengthing the torso, the flat back sequence will help students to understand how to engage the core muscles to improve upon strength and appliation of the core in dance technique.

Subject:
Dance
Material Type:
Lesson
Provider:
YouTube
Author:
Copious Dance Theatre
Date Added:
02/26/2019
Martha Graham Appalachian Spring Part 3/4
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This part contains the following movements of the piece:
7th movement: Celebration of marriage and newfound relationships. This is the iconic use of the 'Simple Gifts' theme that arguably makes this music piece famous.
8th movement: Fast and manic. The revivalist warns the newlyweds of the perils of evil on the frontier.
9th movement: Dramatic and deep. The husbandman seeks guidance from the pioneer woman.
10th movement: Fast and folksy as before: A return to the flock admiring the preacher.

Subject:
Dance
Material Type:
Lesson
Provider:
YouTube
Author:
Danceonfilm
Date Added:
02/26/2019
Martha Graham Appalachian Spring Part 4/4
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This part contains the following movements of the piece:
11th movement: Fast and manic. The bride worries about her impending life on the frontier. We see her suggesting childbirth and rearing.
12th movement: Slow and calm. The husbandman comes to the bride to console her with his newfound guidance.
13th movement: Dramatic replaying of the theme. The "Simple Gifts" tune is played once again dramatically as all the characters celebrate the coming of the husband and wife to the frontier.
14th movement: Slow and resolute: The characters' recessional. We leave the bride and husbandman to their newfound future.

Subject:
Dance
Material Type:
Lesson
Provider:
YouTube
Author:
Danceonfilm
Date Added:
02/26/2019
Martha Graham's Appalachian Spring Part 2/4
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This part contains the following movements of the piece:
4th movement: Quite fast. The Revivalist and his flock. Folksy feeling suggestions of square dances and country fiddlers.
5th movement: Still faster. Solo dance of the Bride presentiment of motherhood. Extremes of joy and fear and wonder.
6th movement: Very slowly (as at first). Transition scene to music reminiscent of the introduction.

Subject:
Dance
Material Type:
Lesson
Provider:
YouTube
Author:
Danceonfilm
Date Added:
02/26/2019