Choregraphy


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Cho`reg´ra`phy


n.1.The art of representing dancing by signs, as music is represented by notes; - also called choreography.
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Moving Frontiers is being hosted by choreographer Dora Frankel who trained at the Rambert School of Ballet and The Benesh Institute of Choregraphy.
I didn't want to rely on editing or choregraphy, I wanted to look and be the part, for real.
Choregraphy is another who likes it here, being unbeaten in two starts, but stamina is a worry for both, although horses leaving the speed-oriented yard of David Nicholls often stay further than they did for him, so I would not totally rule out Choreography on that score.