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  • Dance Performance Analysis: Carnival Of The Animals

    a symphony. I also noticed several different things whilst viewing this program that heavily influenced my overall assessment. When I first walked into the Arend Arts Center, I noticed the stage was split in two. Stage right had several chairs and music stands for the orchestra, while stage left had gray marley taped down to the floor. I was initially concerned because of the lack of space for the dancers. Half the stage? How are they going to perform a ballet on that! Down stage right also had…

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  • Similitude Dance Analysis

    2016, the Connecticut College Dance Club hosted a performance entitled “Pivot,” in Myers dance studio which included thirteen pieces of original choreography by Connecticut College students. Kelley Fairman’s work, Atlas consisted of six dancers and was performed as the culminating work of the concert. The modern-inspired dance showcased each dancer’s strength while creating a narrative. Through the choreographed movement, distinctive costume choice, and the quality of music, Fairman’s Atlas…

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  • Goodnight Moon Dance Analysis

    Pantherette Dance team. The weekend of November 22nd, 2015 the city of Deland, Florida held their annual Deland Fall Festival of the Arts. The Pantherettes performed a few of their routines from their pep rally routine to a dance created for their few competitions during the season. The first performance was a new work to the music “Goodnight Moon” by Shivaree, the music selection was very instrumental to the choreography and helped to tell the story and relay the mood of the dance.…

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  • Negative Effects Of Technology On Children

    How are electronic devices and technological advancements affecting children? Kids no longer have a need to go outside in order to go on adventures or to visit with friends since they can communicate and play games on electronic devices. They can access all the information and entertainment they could want from a single device; however, while technological developments might seem beneficial to the younger generations, there are several negative consequences of children using them, like…

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  • Mak Minang Theatre Analysis

    Mak Yong is an ancient Malay traditional dance theatre including singing, dancing, acting, vocal and instrumental music, gestures, elaborate costumes, comedy as well as improvised spoken text in a single performance. Mak Yong is believed to be appeared well before the Islamization of the country. It is extending from the Patani region of southern Thailand through Kelantan, a north eastern state of West Malaysia. The majority of Mak Yong performances involved acting therefore no script were ever…

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  • Dance And Body Movement Essay

    Woo (2009) describe dance as a choreographed routine of movements usually performed to music. A world wide human activity, dance integrates the coordination of intentional body movements, performed in synchronization with rhythmical stimuli, usually together with other individuals (Murcia, Kreutz, Clift, & Bongard, 2010). Alpert (2011) contends that it is this direct expression of the use of body movements and expressions that makes dance the most fundamental of the arts. Dance can be described…

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  • Cultural Dance Analysis

    traditional dances that shows their culture’s identities. If we are traveling to another part of the world, we usually watch and enjoy some cultural shows. This performances are the easiest way for traveler to study and learn the foreign culture. When I went to Hawaii last spring break, I spent my time to watch and enjoy some cultural dance in there. From those performance, I could learn about their history which can help me to adopt with the lifestyle in Hawaii. In “Appreciating dance”, Harriet…

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  • Rock Of Ages Analysis

    Christian/Just like Living in Paradise has dance…

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  • Gymnastics Research Paper

    Kayla Rabenold Does Music Affect the Performance of a Gymnast’s vault? Introduction Gymnastics is a sport that involves so much more than just the skills. A gymnast needs to be strong, physically and mentally. A gymnast needs dedication, determination, and a will that could endure the worst of the worst. All of the factors that are needed to become a gymnast are not easily attained; it takes time to be able to incessantly progress. Gymnastics has been around for over 2000 years, but didn’t…

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  • The Importance Of Electrical And Computer Engineering

    Electrical and Computer Engineering has developed tremendously over the hundredth year. As the world continues to grow smarter from new inventions and expansions, the possibility of further refining the engineering curriculum was brought up. It is vital to take into consideration efficiency, effectiveness, and resourcefulness when it comes to learning, as well as teaching. Ambitious engineers will need to acquire key ideas, including social, cultural, and specialized concepts in order to be…

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