Delsarte


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n.1.A system of calisthenics patterned on the theories of FranÇois Delsarte (1811 - 71), a French teacher of dramatic and musical expression.
Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary, published 1913 by G. & C. Merriam Co.
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Examples of early pioneers are Francois Delsarte and Ilse Middendorf.
Deftly organized into four major sections: Life and Death (Mortality Salience--Awareness of Death); A Brief History (Why We need a System; Aristotle, Diderot, Delsarte, & Fey; The Move Toward Truth; Beyond Stanislavski--The Post-Modern); The Four Elements (Shape; Action; Transaction; Surrender; Putting It All Together); Plays (Death of a Salesman; Ibsen's Heroic Women--Hedda and Nora; Chekhov's People--A Search for Meaning; Hamlet--Gods and Ghosts; The Existential Actor).
The theory of codes in distance-regular graphs began with Delsarte [Del73].
The video My Mind Is My Own, which shows a group voice-coaching session led by eleven-year-old actor Ella Mare, played continuously in the company of two mirrored glass sculptures bearing diagrams inspired by one of Laser's long-standing inspirations, a nineteenthcentury manual of Francois Delsarte's theories of oration.
For her own production, Holderness uses movement to draw out reality, memory and hallucination in the play, and draws on such sources as Delsarte training, film noir, and Brazilian documents and photographs from the era in which the play was written.
The last chapter on 'Genial' John McCullough and the way this heir-apparent to Forrest took up the Delsarte system's directive of emotional restraint in the 1870s, in fact, gestures to the tangle of theoretical issues surrounding nineteenth-century masculinity that performance itself opens.
In the classical setting, the notion of mean-periodicity was first introduced by Delsarte [4], and then analyzed in depth by Schwartz [16], Kahane [9], Berenstein and Taylor [2].
Atlanta, GA, March 30, 2013 --(PR.com)-- Louis Delsarte is Atlanta's figurative artist whose work reflected a departure from the realist style that was predominant among many of the African-American artists during the first half of the twentieth century.
within the twentieth century's overlooked but extremely influential physical culture movements: Jaques-Dalcroze's eurhythmics, Francois Delsarte's "System of Expression," Georges Gurdjieff's "Institute for the Harmonious Development of Man," and Isadora Duncan's "Greek" or modern dancing (69), among others.
As early as the 19th century, acting theories, such as Delsarte's method (Stebbins 1886), placed emphasis on external actions as a key to believability.