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Laban

(ˈleɪbən)
n
(Bible) Old Testament the father-in-law of Jacob, father of Leah and Rachel (Genesis 29:16)
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Noun1.Laban - Hungarian choreographer who developed Labanotation (1879-1958)
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It seemed fit that Laban and Jacob should have equal rights to elect the officer who is to defend their persons, but that Laban and not Jacob should elect the officer who is to guard the sheep and cattle.
Perhaps the most valuable section is a collection of documents that, peppered with "Heil Hitler," give evidence of the extent to which Laban and Wigman complied with Nazi directives (for example, to dismiss their Jewish dancers), in the early 1930s.
Binay said some disgruntled members of Laban which merged with the PDP party of former Senate President Aquilino "Nene" Pimentel Jr.
She's working on two manuscripts including a complete rewrite of Labanotation, and will travel in July to New York for Language of Dance courses at New York University and the 92nd Street Y; to Southern Illinois University, Edwardsville, for a Motif Symposium; and to Beijing, China, for the International Council of Kinetography Laban Conference.
Myers started the dance department at Connecticut College, which was home to the American Dance Festival until 1977, and Davis is the author of numerous books and articles about Laban Movement Analysis.
Sumasama ako doon sa mga basic membership seminars ng PDP Laban.
Laban (formerly known as the Laban Centre) has been a creative hothouse for modern dance in the United Kingdom since 1938, when Hungarian refugee Rudolf Laban first introduced his ideas for a twentieth-century rethinking of traditional nineteenth-century attitudes about the body, movement, and theater.
Movement had come naturally to Evans, even as a child dancer; his tap dancing had, in the Laban lexicon, "shape flow," and emphasized dynamic phrasing, with technique as a vehicle for expression rather than an end in itself.
In 1982, PDP, as the largest opposition party in Mindanao, merged with Laban, the largest opposition party in Luzon, to form PDP Laban.
The School of Fine Arts, under the direction of Dean Toni-Marie Montgomery, continues to offer a BA in dance, which currently requires majors to study ballet, modern, jazz, improvisation, choreography, dance history, world dance, dance science, dance for children, Laban Movement Analysis, Ideokinesis, and rhythms and structures of music.
LAWRENCE, KS--Professor of Dance Janet Hamburg showed up as Certified Laban Movement Analyst of the month on the Web site of the Laban/Bartenieff Institute of Movement Studies (www.
Most dancers today know of Laban only through his notational method, but his was one well-lived life