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Perspectives in motion : engaging the visual in dance and music / edited by Kendra Stepputat and Brian Diettrich.

Medverkande: Stepputat, Kendra [edt] | Diettrich, Brian [edt]Language: English Series: Dance and performance studies ; 15Publisher: New York : Berghahn Books, 2021Copyright date: ©2021Utgåva: First editionBeskrivning: xi, [1], 327 sidor illustrationer 24 cmInnehållstyp: text Mediatyp: unmediated Bärartyp: volumeISBN: 9781800730021Ämne(n): Kaeppler, Adrienne Lois | Dans | Folkdans | Folkdans (musik) | EtnologiDDK-klassifikation: 793.3 SAB-klssifikation: Rcba
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Innehåller bibliografiska referenser och index.
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Foreword / Nanasipau'u Tuku'aho -- Acknowledgements -- Introduction. Engaging the visual in dance and music / Brian Diettrich and Kendra Stepputat -- Part 1. Gaining Insights through Dance Visualizations -- Kinetic songscapes: Intersensorial listening to Hula Ku'i songs / Kati Szego -- Using motion capture to access culturally embedded and embodied movement knowledge: A case study in Tango Argentino / Kendra Sepputat -- Transcription and description: Tasks for dance research / Egil Bakka -- Moving into someone else's research project: Issues in collaborative research / Judy Van Zile -- Part 2. Reconsidering Movement Structures -- The dancer's voice: The dancing body as sound made visible / Jane Freeman Moulin -- From Tonga to Malaysia: Utlilising Adrienne Kaeppler's analysis of dance structure to understand Igal of the Sama-Bajau in East Malaysia / Mohd Anis Md Nor -- Courting as structured movement in the Eastern Highlands of Papua New Guinea / Don Niles -- Part 3. Music and Dance as Agency in Power Struggles -- Disturbing bodies: Danced resistance and imperial corporeality in Colonial Micronesia / Brian Diettrich -- Greek politicians' dancing: Theatrical representations of political power / Irene Loutzaki -- Lalåi: Somatic decolonization and worldview-making through chant on the Pacific Island of Guåhan Ojeya Cruz Banks -- Part 4. Significance of the Tangible -- Intangible dancing as tangible museum exhibits / Elsie Ivancich Dunin -- Creativity and ceremony in the repatriation of King Ng:tja Kirsty Gillespie -- The weave within: Being, seeing and sensing in Barasili - Solomon Islands / Irene Karongo Hundleby -- Part V. Perspectives from Adrienne L. Kaeppler -- Interview with Adrienne L. Kaeppler. A Conversation with the Kupuna / Ricardo D. Trimillos and Adrienne L. Kaeppler.
Anmärkning bestånd: B33.499 Libris-ID: p4p4vc1tmcw4j2k8Summary: "Perspectives in Motion explores visual approaches to performance in global cultural contexts, particularly in as it relates to the work of Adrienne L. Kaeppler, a pioneering researcher who has made a number of interdisciplinary contributions over five decades in dance and performance. Through a diverse range of case studies from Oceania, Asia, and Europe, and interdisciplinary approaches, this edited collection offers new critical and ethnographic frameworks for understanding and experiencing practices of music and dance across the globe"-- Provided by publisher.
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Innehåller bibliografiska referenser och index.

Foreword / Nanasipau'u Tuku'aho -- Acknowledgements -- Introduction. Engaging the visual in dance and music / Brian Diettrich and Kendra Stepputat -- Part 1. Gaining Insights through Dance Visualizations -- Kinetic songscapes: Intersensorial listening to Hula Ku'i songs / Kati Szego -- Using motion capture to access culturally embedded and embodied movement knowledge: A case study in Tango Argentino / Kendra Sepputat -- Transcription and description: Tasks for dance research / Egil Bakka -- Moving into someone else's research project: Issues in collaborative research / Judy Van Zile -- Part 2. Reconsidering Movement Structures -- The dancer's voice: The dancing body as sound made visible / Jane Freeman Moulin -- From Tonga to Malaysia: Utlilising Adrienne Kaeppler's analysis of dance structure to understand Igal of the Sama-Bajau in East Malaysia / Mohd Anis Md Nor -- Courting as structured movement in the Eastern Highlands of Papua New Guinea / Don Niles -- Part 3. Music and Dance as Agency in Power Struggles -- Disturbing bodies: Danced resistance and imperial corporeality in Colonial Micronesia / Brian Diettrich -- Greek politicians' dancing: Theatrical representations of political power / Irene Loutzaki -- Lalåi: Somatic decolonization and worldview-making through chant on the Pacific Island of Guåhan Ojeya Cruz Banks -- Part 4. Significance of the Tangible -- Intangible dancing as tangible museum exhibits / Elsie Ivancich Dunin -- Creativity and ceremony in the repatriation of King Ng:tja Kirsty Gillespie -- The weave within: Being, seeing and sensing in Barasili - Solomon Islands / Irene Karongo Hundleby -- Part V. Perspectives from Adrienne L. Kaeppler -- Interview with Adrienne L. Kaeppler. A Conversation with the Kupuna / Ricardo D. Trimillos and Adrienne L. Kaeppler.

"Perspectives in Motion explores visual approaches to performance in global cultural contexts, particularly in as it relates to the work of Adrienne L. Kaeppler, a pioneering researcher who has made a number of interdisciplinary contributions over five decades in dance and performance. Through a diverse range of case studies from Oceania, Asia, and Europe, and interdisciplinary approaches, this edited collection offers new critical and ethnographic frameworks for understanding and experiencing practices of music and dance across the globe"-- Provided by publisher.

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