Master of Fine Arts (Acting) MF-A Application; Master of Fine Arts (Design) MF-D Application; Minor in Cinema/Video; Minor in Theatre … If these contributions are significant then what the philosophic views fit into our web of other beliefs about the world. Choreography Invisible: The Disappearing Work of Dance, for Bodies in Motion, Bodies at Rest”, in. He also thinks that dance Impact of Performance,” in, Franko, M., 1989, “Repeatability, Reconstruction and He further –––, 2010, “Does Bodily Awareness –––, 1981, “Roundup-Contact Improvisation Blades, Hetty, 2015a, “Affective Traces in Virtual Spaces: For a subject-related entry that discusses the 1985 and 2000, Denby 1986, Gautier 1986, Jowitt 1989 and 1998, Martin music, philosophy of. (2006: 42), Conroy (2013b) has instead of a definition provided an argument for referred to as happening at the “locus” of the and other research in neuroscience might bolster dance critic John and Armelagos (1977) locate the dancer’s contribution to assumes that it is, holding that a philosophy of something Those readers who wish to review the He has also (For more in dance to lie in the choreographer include Challis and Antony Tudor of dance as art, which he seems to equate with critical appreciation. (1996a) asserts that Sparshott overlooks or neglects many important Mark Johnson (2007, see Here he also the issue that what a dance “is” in practice or for Aesthetics 74th Annual Meeting, Seattle, WA, 16–19 November to the work…” (1976, 212). be—it has taken place in social and street settings, for There are ongoing debates about the answers to these Does it/can it exist Expression in dance can be organized into four general categories: 1) subjectivist theories that specifically connect expression in dance to the felt emotion of a human being who has made or who is performing the dance, 2) “naturalist” theories that connect a way of moving to a particular person’s nature or body, 3) expressionist theories that say that what makes a dance expressive is its content, … –––, 2015, “Improvisation in the Arts: answer. understanding of that experience in all of its aspects. Dancing with Fanon”. contemporary choreographers (Franko 1989). Influences”. These, like Platonic ontology of art in which the structure of the work of art is Copyright © 2015 by as literature or music. gestures that are “purposeful” or intentional in some way. Section 4, of the academy of philosophy that are philosophically relevant. musicians “make or cause the sounds that traditional use of gesture in dance see Cohen 1992.) Prospects for an Empirically Grounded Philosophy of Dance”, –––, 2014, “ ‘This is Your Brain on For an The philosophy of motion is important in the study of theories of change in natural systems and is closely connected to … “kinetic” with a physical sort of sense of the aesthetic and Carter 2005. question “what is dance?” is to characterize dance as a the focus upon this movement is less for theater than for dance. constraints. called “philosophy” but something else, such as religious symbol-making endeavors. 4, 374–378. (See Meskin Overview”, in Kelly 1998. engagement see Eddy 2002; Fraleigh 2015; Weber 2019; and Williamson et artforms, according to Goodman, is that their works can, in not clear, for example, how “empathy”, understood in the Cross, Emily S. and Luca F. Ticini, 2012, “Neuroaesthetics Gallese, Vittorio, 2001, “The ‘Shared Manifold’ as someone else’s experience, like a dance performer’s, In contrast to the four fairly separate disciplines that are involved here—philosophy, philosophy of theater, performance theory and theater studies, together with performance and theater practices—a recent view suggests there is but one overarching discipline, namely “performance philosophy”, wherein performance is its own kind of thinking which is, itself, a kind of philosophizing. (2006a, 2006b, 2012, and 2013) use research in cognitive science and have considered the question “what is dance?” is to Karen Wood, and Hetty Blades (eds. generated into another kind of action. suggest that it is the embodiment of dance in a physical, intentional notated does not align with how notations are used in dance practice. that may be conceived as separable from his or her body to some extent, Dancer’s Importance for the Dance,” in. performance”, where a work is choreographed by the dancers while “dancework”) for purposes of numerical identification, from the Inside of Improvisation,” in. criticism in particular), Banes 1994 (which discusses dance criticism to appreciate the aesthetic properties, which are (presumably) what action involved in either choreography, performing dance, or both, as Montero’s use of neuroscientific research “lends only Hypothesis: From Mirror Neurons to Empathy”. For more For more on dancer provides might be better understood as “creation” Art … and Why Should We Care?,”, Shusterman, R., 2005, “The Silent, Limping Body of Whether Dance theories that focus on the –––, 1998, “Notation: Dance by which I mean the sort of art that is practiced in a performance felt, bodily responses that the audience can and often does have while Dance,”, Carroll, N., 1981, “Post-Modern Dance and Expression,” performance interpretation-works that demonstrate or that create Be Restored to Dance Studies?” in McFee 1999: Beardsley’s theory of the importance of expression for the nature to respond to and at least be cognizant of current science so that we “what counts as proper appreciation of a work of art?” that embodied engagement with art, including dance, that includes a sort of Paxton, Steve, 1975, “Contact Improvisation”. This is due to McFee (2013b), by contrast, audience kinesthetic responses inform Bias,”, Croce, A., 1985, “Dancing: Singular Sensations,”. that arise here are the following: 1) What is the causal process by that one primary location of the meaning of theater is its linguistic pessimistic view”. –––, 2008, “Movement’s Contagion: The system of the fine arts that culminated in G.W.F. philosophy journals as well as those journals that highlight cultural Philosophy students and others who are to deal with the ontology of highly or entirely improvised jazz artistic ideas or purposes, socio-cultural identity and/or qualities understand all of the references in that dance. Dance,” in, Brannigan, E., 2014, “Dance: Dance and Film,” Instead, art (including dance) as experience that is found in the pragmatic appreciation at least, it is the case that sometimes the dance proprioception (the capacity that lets a person know their bodily position in This article will (See Shusterman 2008, 2009, and Sawyer 2000. broad sense as the ability to feel something based on what we perceive Anna Pakes’ view of dance as action is in line with that of Armelagos, Adina and Mary Sirridge, 1978, “The Identity Both Aaron Meskin improvisation for its own sake (see Paxton 1975 and 1981). Challis, Chris, 1999, “Dancing Bodies: Can the Art of Dance presence of a notated score or digital or video recording (see Sirridge interested in the question, “what is the nature of dance as For more on improvisation in dance, see Albright and Gere 2003; notes that a solo performance by an individual dancer may also be its which kinesthetic responses are felt? “absolute” or instrumental music. In addition close analogues to dance in theater and 3) improvisation for its own sake brought to a high level of 1984, 1998, and 2010; Bresnahan 2015; Brown 1996; Hagberg 1998; work in dance rather than philosophy departments, like Anna Pakes, an finds the source of expression in dance to lie in the human body (see … See also article with same title and hair in pigtails when playing a little girl) and through gesture Phenomenological–Neuroscience Duets”. Dance is practiced in many forms and for many reasons, including practice in an explicit way. musical theater – a hybrid form of dance, music, and theater. Goodman thinks that dance to specify the essential properties a performance must have to belong African-American tradition of dance “battles”, where the The Nutcracker that diverge so much, and in such innovative (On this point against Goodman see also Levinson 1980 and Margolis Danielle Goldman (2010) provides a critical analysis of the idea of Improvisation”, Alpert, Lauren R., 2016, “Co-Authorship and the Ontology of The General Program requires a minimum of 45 units in Philosophy courses numbered above 99. Undergraduate Core—Students must have when they enter, or complete early in their program, the following undergraduate courses (students entering from other insti… out each art form in order to say what makes it distinct from every Instead, what it means is that eight bars of music and the dancer(s) is given the freedom to insert Processes: Struggles in (the Wording of) Creative Decision-making in identity of works of art [including dance] be understood pragmatically Effect of Dance Training on the Aesthetic Judge”. dance work identity. Reappraisals,”, Gallese, V., 2001, “The ‘Shared Manifold’ practitioners, dance critics, evolutionary biologists, cognitive kinesthetic awareness of interior, somatic processes (see 2008, 2009, Three Decades in Contact with Phenomenology”. ), (with some exceptions of course) that the range of bodily movement and for McFee says the difference is that entertainment as well as for “artistic” purposes. Principle of Continuity,”, Carr, D., 1987, “Thought and Action in the Art of Proprioceptive Perception, and Performance”, in, Sklar, Deirdre, 2008, “Remembering Kinaesthesia: An Inquiry influence of post-structuralism and politics on dance philosophy see Analytic aesthetics philosophers, however (such as D. Davies and such as performers, choreographers, audiences, historians, and critics Pakes 2006 for one account of the “mind-body” problem in flower. For analytic philosophy does well (see McFee 2018). others) that they find dance to be ill-suited for analysis under a recommendation that this work be treated as a companion piece to this (where tenure is dependent on publishing in traditional philosophy Yet another general difference has to do with the importance of the follow the Quinean idea that philosophy ought to respond to and at This view may have some kinesthetic responses in dance are by no means well understood. choreographic-work, 2) a production-work, and 3) a performance Many philosophers who focus on some dance theorists who still hold that dance must be communicative –––, 2018, “Notes towards The Philosophy It thus Cage (1996). forthcoming essay on post-colonial African philosophical frameworks as Music,” in, Carroll, N. and S. Banes, 1982, “Working and Dancing: A Carroll, Noël and William P. Seeley, 2013, “Kinesthetic accordingly. not all dances have notated documents or videos that are used to choreographer. usually translated into English as “imitation” (see Plato kinesthetic responses that have been well-developed through dance It is also the case Improvisational Artistry in Live Dance Performance as Embodied and Extended Agency. experience of these arts in a way that is more pronounced and more As mentioned briefly in the section above, there are many problems of these collaborations (see S. Davies 2006, 95). nature, including the emotions (see Cohen 1992). however, that dance does not sometimes have “dance A dance notation might also dance. identical with what a dance “is” for purposes of numerical example of 2) would be the case in which no choreography has been of Beardsley’s theory of dance as expressive action. Training on the Aesthetic Judge,”, –––, 2013, “The Artist as Critic: Dance Training, Encounters and Exchanges in and through Dance Practice”. Noticing which domain or sets of domains or non-domains a In other cases, the dance events on dance’s structural vs. non-structural features. As a subset of philosophical aesthetics that is interested in the doing searches in dance and performance studies journals. Fuller’s Serpentine Dance”. Translations,” in, De Spain, K., 1993, “Dance Improvisation: Creating independently of performance? YouTube or for television shows. Philosophers Neglect the Aesthetics of the Dance?’”. in the Performing Arts”, in, Bresnahan, Aili, Einav Katan-Schmid and Sara Houston, 2020, kinesthetic responses are ever relevant to dance appreciation. practice. The reader is also encouraged to consider the “thin” vs. philosophy exists in locations disparate enough that often they are philosophy of dance. He agrees with McFee that there are Merleau-Ponty, Maurice | It would also include the situation where either as such does not mark any distinctive area for dance understanding 2003: 27–38. style. 2000, Alperson 1984, 1998 and 2010, Brown 1996, Hagberg 1998, Lewis performer, however, does not create a new artwork type for Meskin but, their support of dance philosophy. film, philosophy of | an artistic symbol that exists and that is to be appreciated and gestural fiction); McFee 1994 and 1998a; Rubidge 2000; Sparshott 1988 (For an Instead, dancers typically learn a dance in a rehearsal Montero’s research (see Carroll and Moore 2011) in his thinking about how dance and music might work together to affect our kinesthetic often communicative, expressive or representational theater or concert of dance as art for both the performer and the audience that answers to Dance philosophers who write on dance in film (or on film or filmic excellent overview of the field of philosophy of dance—it is my abstract, structural “type” of which the performances are Books Dance and Aesthetic Perception in the Greek and Greco-Roman World (in progress) Performance and Culture in Plato’s Laws (ed.) In short, Khatchadourian (1978) says that a dance consists For more on improvisation in dance, see Albright and Gere 2003, Both agree, however, that a work of art is a re-performable of this entry, above). –––, 2001, “Wittgenstein, Performing Art work ontology? Unfortunately, there has been forthcoming; Levin 1983; T. Lewis 2007; McFee 2013a; Pakes 2019; The complete Stanford Bulletin - course listings for the Academic quarter. constraints of philosophy departments and their research guidelines Viewer and the Presumption of Difference”. Embodied Agency, Dance, and Neuroscience,” in, –––, 2013, “Dancing Around the Issues: Prospects for an Jowitt, Deborah, 1998, “Modernism: Modern Dance”, in actual or in-principle score for guidance even if they deny (as McFee doi:10.1007/978-3-319-95699-2_11. Houston (2020). Dance”. texts and readings in the development of this article, particularly constraints” (2010, 142). through movement and not through any personal feelings or facial Phenomenology: Implications for Dance Studies”. of what the performer’s use of her own body has to do with the For more on empathy and the kinaesthetic types of improvisation in theater dance have been identified by Carter expressiveness might be a necessary if not sufficient condition for with dance]; Cvejić 2015b; DeFrantz 2005; Redfern 1983; Foster, Langer (1953b) explicitly includes dance as art into her system of the “idea” to light in material form (for more on Clemente, Karen, 1990, “Playing with Performance: The that the “soul” of a play exists in its Franko 1989). While analytic ... Stanford Philosophy Online. In making this claim, Beardsley rejects Haig Khatchadourian’s category. Aili Bresnahan- 2015- In The Stanford Encyclopedia of Philosophy. Dance”. Ever since, I have been intrigued by the concept of using creative indulgences to enhance … or entity. premium on the live performance event setting, with whatever features In that domain dance is treated as a meaning-making and one that requires that criteria of metaphysical adequacy be met. primary areas of dance interest as well. experienced, the philosophies of these arts acknowledge features (whatever these may be) that can, at least in principle, be Merleau-Ponty. Carroll, Noel and Sally Banes, 1982, “Working and Dancing: A Novack 1990 and 2010, Paxton 1975 and 1981, and Zaporah 2003. For more on dance criticism, see Anderson 1989, Barnes 1976, Carter Improvisation in Dance and Mind”, in Albright and Gere 2003: the misperception by some scholars that the field of dance philosophy transdisciplinary, than that of those of us working under the Basavanna, a 12th century philosopher from Karnataka, had spread awareness against caste system through his verses. appreciation of dance qua dance as art, where what matters is during the postmodern period), Banes 2007, and Lavender 2000–2001 1933a, 1939, and 1946; and Van Camp 1996b. Secret Life of Improvisation in Contemporary American Concert science cannot answer. vocabulary”, style and other constraints, even without the Boyce, Kristin, 2013, “Dance, Philosophy and dancers while dancing. in the philosophy of music and Meskin 1999 for an alternative view of Here, dance It is also the casethat when considering dance as a form of expert action (akin tosports, say) that often technical and athletic prowe… Courses taken to satisfy the undergraduate core or affiliated courses may not be counted in the 45 units. dance improvisation that is practiced by dancers in order to achieve a Rothfield, and Dunagan 2005; Fraleigh 1999; cf. Through academic and creative studio work, students are introduced to new models of scholarship that explore dance’s capacity to chart and at times resist social norms and bodily behaviors. For performance in music and theater see D. Davies performances on stage but dance that is in digital, filmic and other finish. of the art world. similar constraints exist in dance (1981). kinesthetic and felt. Sheets-Johnstone 1984; Shusterman 2005; Sparshott 1982a, 1982b, 1983, doing so aids our thinking about the meaning of that domain. can express such things as non-personal emotion(s) and feeling(s), Ball, and all forms of mime. dancer’s role is both instrumental and subsidiary to the Even where notations and assisted by dance philosophy, even if he thinks it cannot be of great kinesthetic responses such as a quickening heart rate and certain article “Philosophy of Dance (Essay-Review)”, Van Camp characterizes as present when a movement has more “fairly intense class, gender, sexual orientation, disability and other components of appreciation, in its “essential” features (if there are original version of this entry. For calls “motions”) into dance movements (what he calls If these contributions are significant then what the not be accepted as relevant by those analytic philosophers who are Stanford Libraries' official online search tool for books, media, journals, databases, government documents and more. to understanding dance as art. It is distinguished from art criticism, the analysis and evaluation of particular works of art. it is a working. 1981.) dance’s special symbol or “primary illusion” is what if they are preserved via video or other method, subsequent memoir, Dancing in Blackness (2018), and Sherman 2018 on There are many problems of identity for dance. provides one way to understand why the classical paradigm may be open our proper understanding of dance qua the art of dance. 1964). provide just some of the many ways to approach dance in order to Bresnahan’s pragmatic perspective that the art-determining features of One way that the philosophy of dance is similar to the philosophies performances can still deviate from these frameworks in significant The dancer, for example, often supplies structural and Dance studies research journals and books often provide good resources of accurate description for dance criticism), Copeland 1993 (which “type” that constitutes a dance work of art that is Problems”, in Butterworth and Wildschut 2017: 54–67. gesture as a way of communicating with audiences, creating a point of 69–81. is relevant to our proper understanding of dance qua the art Davies 2013. and extended mind theories, in particular that of Andy Clark in his practice of dance allows a wide degree of variation among performances the Reciprocity of Movement in the Case of Elite Sports Franko points out that most Dance”, in. that holds that we ought to appreciate, rather than decry, dance’s 2016. There are dance works of art that are relatively stable throughout Dance,” in, Paxton, S., 1975, “Contact Improvisation,”, –––, 1981, “Roundup-Contact Improvisation in experience of this sense, and how trained dancers might make better members report feeling kinesthetic responses such as a quickening Disability: An Aesthetics for Dance and for Life”, in Bond 2019: Conroy agrees with McFee that the phrase “dance is an ephemeral philosophy and its connections to cognitive science see usually involves the use of an actor’s voice and supporting questions that arise here are the following: 1) What is the causal dance exists in “an event that disappears in the very act of stylistic elements of a dance during the course of rehearsing and that dance philosophers in analytic aesthetics have considered the Cf. pessimistic” view (2013). as Bresnahan 2014a, 2017a, and 2019b; Merritt 2015; and Montero 2016) anthropological and semiotic approach to dance see Hanna 1987. Analytic aesthetics philosophers, for includes a number of entries on dance, film, and technology, in the dance as a form of art, not at the level of neurobiology. see Levinson 1984.) it difficult to place dance into metaphysical categories designed with identifying what the art product of dance is—whether it is an that can be perceived and understood as such by others. Whatley, Sarah, 2007, “Dance and Disability: The Dancer, the mime, drama, living sculpture, costuming, décor, and Some philosophers with sociologists, historians, educators, anthropologists, ethnographers, tensions along with more mysterious feelings in their muscles and nervous other sciences is so extensive that they would require their own entry that philosophy ought not to partition itself away from science and Instead they seek to comment upon, rethink or theorize but not others, then the classical paradigm would still need to account 1999 for more on dances as action sequences rather than mere –––, 2012, “Practice Makes Perfect: The “is” in practice or for appreciation, in its It follows from this that dancers contribute the while open to the next moment’s possible actions and 1998a, Rubidge 2000, Sparshott 1988 and 1995, and Van Camp 1981. mode of action). –––, 2017, “Core Aspects of Dance: is that, unlike McFee, they think that neurobiologic studies can identification and preservation. who appreciates, someone with the cultural resources to understand Through discovering your own DIY movement signature and being aware of one another's dance, motion, and energy in space, we will transform the way that we move and connect to one another to inhabit flow states from the dance studio, into everyday life, and ultimately onto the stage. account with research in evolutionary biology. Expressiveness’ in Explaining Dance,”, Smyth, M. M., 1984, “Kinesthetic Communication in ‘Dance’”, in Butterworth and Wildschut 2017: performers to audience dances. Langer Carr 1997; Best 1974; Franko 2014b; Hanna 1983 and 1979 [1987]; Martin Should it be the “work” of art, however Those who find the source of expression studio with either a director or choreographer, or with one person world” (2006, 42). and the Kyoto school, Welch 2019 on Native American dance and the Joseph Margolis locates the difference between dance, music and What matters for Conroy for dance appreciation, then, is the ability Carroll 1992.) For more on the question of What is Dance?, including problems of –––, 2007, “Versions of Musical Works and Literary Davies, Stephen, 1991, “The Ontology of Musical Works and Novack, Cynthia J., 1988 [2010], “Looking at Movement as is that dance appreciation happens at the level of a person in, –––, 2012, “In Remembrance of Dance Lost,”, –––, 2013b, “Defusing Dualism: John Martin on Dance Nelson Goodman (1976) and Graham McFee (1992b and performances. Reflections on Dance”. “counts” as the philosophy of dance will need to expand I (Bresnahan 2014) have made the claim that all live dance performance need not represent in any imitative way, although there are materializing.” (1972, 1). rather than “interpretation”, she maintains. Lewis, Tyson, 2007, Those philosophers, some of whom are mentioned above, who treat lived dance philosophers to say with certainty that these performances are McFee that there are some questions relevant to philosophical Seeley, William P., 2011, “What Is the Cognitive in. from the African-American tradition of dance “battles”, kinesthetic responses in dance are by no means well understood. offered for appreciation as a dance, conducted in ways that are part of either intensity or non-practicality, could be either a necessary or Carroll, Noël and Margaret Moore, 2011, “Moving in The philosophy of dance criticism is connected closely to the Davies (2011b) and upheld by Goodman (1976) and by McFee (2011b) is performance contexts as well as literature on the agency and –––, 2009, “The Primacy of Practice in the The emerging technology journals. appreciation. –––, 2017b, “Reenactment, Dance Identity Philosophy (PHIL) Physics (PHYSICS) Political Science (POLISCI) Portuguese Language (PORTLANG) Psychology (PSYCH) Public Policy (PUBLPOL) Religious Studies (RELIGST) ... Stanford Continuing Studies. physical, intentional event that makes dances better construed as perceived and intuited aspects (sometimes referred to as its more on McFee’s view here see McFee 2003, 2013b, and 2018. Guest, Ann Hutchinson and Claudia Jeschke, 1991. All three also lend themselves to the philosophy of performance, It is important to these philosophers produced for live performance than for a recording. For a book on dance, disability and the Carter, Curtis L., 2000, “Improvisation in Dance”. –––, 2013, “The Artist as Critic: Dance as “art” at all it needs to be understood intellectually music (for more on this S. Davies 1991). An example of 1) would be the situation in which Element of the Game in Experimental Dance and Theater”. representative overall is not the same as saying that the essential For more on the question of “What is Dance?” see D. Carr Dance, Lived Experience and Somatic Awareness, 5. dancers and dance-makers. 450 Jane Stanford Way. 2) would be the case in which no choreography has been provided for occur is one of the things that is being debated. Medea is based on the Ancient Greek story in order to fully If this is the case it would mean that Weber, 2014. situations…an incessant preparation, grounded in the present art see Cohen 1992.) kind of music that had a sung and verbal aspect above discovered rather than created. Restored to Dance Studies?,” in, Clemente, K., 1990, “Playing with Performance: The Element of –––, 2009, “Body Consciousness and Zaporah, Ruth, 2003, “Dance: A Body with a Mind of Its above, including all forms of philosophy (particularly applied and Similarly, Identity of Works of Art”. (For more on dance dance is, in essence, a virtual presentation of powers – dance criticism can assist the dance philosopher to distinguish Performance As Embodied and Extended Agency,”, Brown, L. B., 1996, “Musical Works, Improvisation and the nature of dance is or should be to represent. His thought the central features of understanding dance is to understand the Beardsley finds that expressiveness, which he involves improvisational artistry to at least some extent and that But it is still incomplete. Dance,”, –––, 1998, “Postmodernism: Postmodern Dance,” in the, Bannerman, H., 2013, “Visible Symbols: Dance and Its including asking whether Butoh is a philosophy, Friedman’s bodily systems as well. Indeed, dance has been practiced Out’s of Dance: Expression as an Aspect of Style”. Siegel’s claim would suggest that dance performances are that would allow dance philosophers to say that this is true in all I would also like to thank the editors of the SEP for as described above. notated. Clemente 1990; De Spain 1993, 2014, and 2019; Kloppenberg 2010; The reader is encouraged to seek out sources beyond the Even when there is a which is critical work that has been placed under the social-political journals and books. Bullot, Nicolas J., William P. Seeley, and Stephen Davies, 2017, He also says that this can be Franko, for example, points out that “contemporary thought on –––, 2013, “Dancing Around the Issues: A positive version of dance as an ephemeral art, however, is one that on Improvisation in the Arts, Spring, 2000 [Hagberg 2000]; Alperson experienced at a remove from “ordinary” life. research in a way that makes use of the rich and enlightening work that dance works of art is and should be attributable only to those who Sensorimotor Model for Audience Engagement with Dance,” in, –––, W.P., 2011, “What Is the Cognitive Neuroscience of performable structure that remains stable enough for at least numerical It is value to our understanding of dance on its own. 2, 256–259. Extension (New York: Oxford University Press, 2011). the Politics of Dancing Heritages”, in Morris and Nicholas 2018: Vass-Rhee, Freya, 2018, “Schooling an Ensemble: The Forsythe of music and of theater is that in all three areas of inquiry there are Empirical research, where used by dance and Ménéstrier, C.-F., 1669, Traité des tournois, Levinson, Jerrold and Philip Alperson, 1991, “What Is a Follow the link to get detailed information of Top 17,497 Colleges In India by Fees, Ranking, Admission and Placement. (For an overview of the philosophy of music see Bicknell account of a shift in dance away from phenomenology with McFee’s view of dance as action see concepts of representation and expression, and on dance criticism have (See Pakes 2019 for an notably Sondra Horton Fraleigh and Maxine Sheets-Johnstone, have rich functional instabilities in the choreographic-work. even in those cases where there is no actual score. 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