Dance notation
Dance notation is the symbolic representation of human dance movement and form, using methods such as graphic symbols and figures, path mapping, numerical systems, and letter and word notations. Sever...
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Laban Movement Analysis
Laban Movement Analysis (LMA) is a method and language for describing, visualizing, interpreting and documenting all varieties of human movement. It is one type of Laban Movement Study, originating fr...
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Ann Hutchinson Guest
Ann Hutchinson Guest (born 3 November 1918) is a movement and dance researcher and may be considered the preeminent world authority on dance notation, especially Labanotation. She wrote a history on ...
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Richard Holden (dancer)
Richard Holden (born Braintree, Massachusetts) is a dancer, choreographer, choreologist, teacher, musician and writer.Holden discovered an interest in dance at age 14 and began Russian folk dance less...
Irmgard Bartenieff
Irmgard Bartenieff generated a new vision of possibilities for human movement and movement training. This vision was forged from her various careers as a dancer, choreographer, student of Rudolf Laban...
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Eduard Greyling
Eduard Greyling (born Germiston, Gauteng, South Africa, 1948) is a retired South African ballet dancer. He is the son of Ferdinand Jacobus Greyling and his wife, Jacomina Nicolasina Heyneman. He matri...
Pierre Beauchamp
Pierre Beauchamp (also Beauchamps, called "Charles" or Charles-Louis Beauchamp) (30 October 1631 – February 1705) was a French choreographer, dancer and composer, and the probable inventor of Be...
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Beauchamp-Feuillet notation
Beauchamp–Feuillet notation is a system of dance notation used in Baroque dance.The notation was commissioned by Louis XIV (who had founded the Académie Royale de Danse in 1661), and devised in ...
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Vladimir Ivanovich Stepanov
Vladimir Ivanovich Stepanov (1866 - 1896), dancer at the Imperial Ballet in Saint Petersburg. In 1892 he published a dance notation with the title L'Alphabet des Mouvements du Corps Humain. This Alph...
Eshkol-Wachman Movement Notation
Eshkol-Wachman movement notation is a notation system for recording movement on paper or computer screen. The system was created in Israel by dance theorist Noa Eshkol and Avraham Wachman, a professor...
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DanceWriting
DanceWriting is a dance notation system that uses figurative and abstract symbols on a five-line, Western music notation staff. The system, which was invented by Valerie Sutton, employs the Internatio...
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Bartenieff Fundamentals
Bartenieff Fundamentals are an extension of Laban Movement Analysis which is a type of Laban Movement Study. They were developed and extended by Irmgard Bartenieff, who trained with Warren Lamb befor...
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Laban Movement Studies
Laban Movement Analysis (LMA) is a method and language for describing, visualizing, interpreting and documenting all varieties of human movement. It is one type of Laban Movement Study, originating fr...
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Labanotation
Labanotation or Kinetography Laban is a notation system for recording and analyzing human movement that was created by Rudolf Laban and further developed by Ann Hutchinson Guest and others. It is used...
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Benesh Movement Notation
Benesh Movement Notation (also known as Benesh notation or choreology) is a dance notation system used to document dance and other types of human movement. Invented by Joan and Rudolf Benesh in the la...
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Dance Notation Bureau
The Dance Notation Bureau (DNB) is a non-profit organization founded to preserve choreographic works through notating dance scores in Labanotation and collaborating with dance companies to stage recon...
Mary Ann O'Brian Malkin
Mary Ann O'Brian Malkin, editor and collector of books on dance notation.Mary Ann O'Brian Malkin (1913–2005) collected books on dance notation, the shorthand used by choreographers to make detailed re...
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Space Harmony
Rudolf Laban created a movement theory and practice that reflected what he recognized as Space Harmony. The practice/theory is based on universal patterns of nature and of man as part of a universal d...
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Laban Notation Symbols
Laban Notation Symbols generally refers to the wide range of notation symbols (or signs) developing from the original work of Rudolf Laban and used in many different types of Laban Movement Study suc...
Laban/Bartenieff Institute of Movement Studies
The Laban/Bartenieff Institute of Movement Studies (LIMS) in New York was founded in 1978 as a center for the development and study of the principles of Laban Movement Analysis, formulated by Rudolf ...
Rudolf Benesh
Rudolf Benesh (January 16, 1916– May 3, 1975, London, England) was a mathematician and created the Benesh Movement Notation for dancing.
Rudolf Benesh was son of a Czech father and an Anglo-...
Hanya Holm
Hanya Holm (born March 3, 1893, Worms, Germany – died November 3, 1992, New York City) is known as one of the “Big Four” founders of American modern dance. She was a dancer, choreographer, and ab...
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Action stroke dance notation
Action Stroke Dance Notation (ASDN) is a dance notation system that was invented by Iver Cooper. Designed for fast writing, the notations primarily consist of "action strokes" that represent one of th...
Raoul Auger Feuillet
Raoul Auger (or Anger) Feuillet (c1653–c1709) was a French dance notator, publisher and choreographer most well-known today for his Chorégraphie, ou l'art de décrire la danse (Paris, 1700) which...
Rudolf von Laban
Rudolf von Laban aka Rudolf Laban (Hungarian: Rezső Lábán de Váraljas, Lábán Rezső, Lábán Rudolf) (15 December 1879 – 1 July 1958) was a dance artist and theorist. He is notable as one of the pion...
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Motif description
Motif description is a form of dance notation. It is a subset and reconception of Labanotation sharing a common lexis. The main difference between the two forms is the type of information they record...