FRANKLIN, Eric (1996) Dance Imagery for Technique and Performance. Human Kinetics Publishers


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This book provides dancers the necessary tools for greater richness in physical technique and expression.

CONTENTS

FOREWORD
ACKNOWLEDGMENTS
INTRODUCTION

PART I: IMAGERY IN IMPROVISATION EXERCISES

CHAPTER 1: BASIS MOVEMENT IMAGES AND EXERCISES

Intention 
Whole-body Sensation
Space
Weight
Music and Rhythm
Connections Through the Body/ Energy
Breath and Flow

CHAPTER 2: IMAGERY AND DANCE IMPROVISATION

Butoh
Improvisation and Dance Technique
Improvisation With Children
Imagery Improvisation Exercises
Contact Improvisation

PART II: IMAGERY IN DANCE TECHNIQUE CLASSES

CHAPTER 3: DISCOVERING IMAGERY

Natura Imagery
Movies
Literary Arts
Music
Visual Arts
Are There Natural Imagers?

CHAPTER 4: GUIDELINES FOR APPLYING IMAGERY IN A CLASS SETTING

Guidelines For Teachers
Guidelines for Students

CHAPTER 5: FLOORWORK
Pelvis as a Strong Base
Upper-Body Motion While Sitting
Falls to the Floor
Rolls on the Ground

CHAPTER 6: STANDING, WALKING, RUNNING

Standing Motionless/ Very Slow Movement
Walking and Running

CHAPTER 7: BASIC EXERCISES OF THE BALLET BARRE 

Plié 
Battement Tendu, Battement Jeté/ Dégagé, Brushes
Rond de Jambe par Terre
Battement Fondus, Plié on One Leg
Battement Frappés
Battement Développé / Extensions
Balance, Arabesque, Attitude
Grand Battement

CHAPTER 8: SWINGS, ARCHES, AND SPIRALS

Swings and Arches
Spirals

CHAPTER 9: THE UPPER-BODY GESTURE: PORT DE BRAS, NECK, AND FACE

Port de Bras, Arm and Hand Gestures
The Face
The Eyes 
The Neck

CHAPTER 10: TURNS AND PIROUETTES

From Crawl to Pirouettes, From Baby's roll to Spiral Turns
Natural Turners
What WE Can Learn From a Spinning Top
Turning With the whole body
Phases of a Turn/ Pirouette

CHAPTER 11: JUMPING

Seed and Leverage
Traveling Leaps, Turning leaps
Breathing Before Jumping
Elastic Leaps and Rhythmic Rebound
Arms and Leaping
The Sky Is the Limit

CHAPTER 12: PARTNERING

PART III: IMAGERY IN CHOREOGRAPHY AND PERFORMANCE

CHAPTER 13: PSYCHOLOGY, IMAGERY, AND CHOREOGRAPHY

Active Imagination
Active Imagination in Choreography
Guided Affective Imagery
When Are Images Symbolic?
What Are Archetypal Images?

CHAPTER 14: IMAGERY AND THE CHOREOGRAPHIC PORCESS

Spontaneous Imagery
Vision fro a Dance
Framing
Choreography as a Sequence of Images
Using Imagery to Teach Choreography
Choreography That Coneys Imagery
Choreographic Mood
Image Journal

CHAPTER 15: IMAGERY AND PERFORMANCE QUALITY

Endowment
The Magical Outfit
The Performance Environment
With or Without the Audience
Your History 
Stepping Onstage

PART IV: REST AND REGENERATION
CHAPTER 16: THE ART OF TOUCH AND REST SESSIONS

Using Your Hands
Releasing Touch
Constructive Rest
Guide Imagery

EPILOGUE
REFERENCES
INDEX










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