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Preservation Politics : Dance Revived, Reconstructed, Remade - Proceedings of the Conference at the University of Surrey Roehampton, November 1997 - Stephanie Jordan

Preservation Politics

Dance Revived, Reconstructed, Remade - Proceedings of the Conference at the University of Surrey Roehampton, November 1997

By: Stephanie Jordan (Editor)

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Published: 2nd November 2010
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The radical reworking of heritage to make it new is a compelling theme for many of today's choreographers and the reconstruction of lost work has burgeoned into a major enterprise. These Proceedings reflect the breadth of participants in the Roehampton conference: choreographers, scholars, dancers, rehearsal directors, critics, notators, as well as representatives from the other arts, all engaged in one of the most important artistic debates of our times.

Preface
Confronting Oblivion: Keynote Address and Lecture Demonstration on Reconstructing Balletsp. 1
Reconstructing the Disturbing New Spaces of Modernity: The Ballet Skating Rinkp. 21
Diaghilev's 'Soviet Ballet': Reconstructing Jakulov's Set Design for Le Pas d'acier (1927)p. 31
After the Event: Reconstructing Ashton's 'Past'p. 41
Inside Artistry: The George Balanchine Foundation Video Archivesp. 52
Is Authenticity to be Had?p. 65
Issues of Authenticity and Identity in the Restaging of Paul Taylor's Airsp. 72
Freeze Frame or Fast Forward? Notating Ashton's La Fille mal gardee using video as a primary sourcep. 79
The Preservation of the Ballets of Kurt Joossp. 89
Reconstruction: Living or Dead? Authentic or Phony?p. 97
The Staging of Doris Humphrey's Passacaglia: A Director's Perspectivep. 105
Interpreting or Remaking the Text? A Cross-Arts Panelp. 113
Shakespeare: Preservation and/or Reinvention?p. 120
Reproducing the Dance: In Search of the Aura?p. 125
More than an Expert Scribe? The Human Dimensionp. 132
The Present Past: Towards an Archaeology of Dancep. 141
Bringing the Past to the Present: An Experiment in Reviving Eighteenth-Century Theatre Dancesp. 148
Imitating the Passions: Reconstructing the Meanings within the Passagalia of Venus and Adonisp. 154
Pierre Lacotte and the Romantic Ballet: An Account of the Work of the French Choreographer and Directorp. 166
'Bien ecoute ...' A Study of Nineteenth-Century Ballet Mimep. 178
A la recherche des pas perdus: In search of lost stepsp. 185
Identity and the Open Workp. 205
Revisiting History in Postmodernism: Resurrecting Giselle ... again ... and again!p. 216
Postmodern Play with Historic Narratives in the Reconstruction of Lea Anderson's Flesh and Blood (1989)p. 227
Deborah MacMillan interviewed by Christopher Cook and Monica Mason's demonstration of the solo for the Chosen One from MacMillan's The Rite of Spring (1962)p. 241
Matthew Bourne interviewed by David Leonardp. 247
Biographiesp. 250
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ISBN: 9781852730796
ISBN-10: 185273079X
Audience: Professional
Format: Paperback
Language: English
Number Of Pages: 264
Published: 2nd November 2010
Publisher: Dance Books Ltd
Country of Publication: GB
Dimensions (cm): 23.8 x 16.5  x 1.42
Weight (kg): 0.38