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choreology

(ˌkɒrɪˈɒlədʒɪ)
n
1. (Dancing) the method of writing down the signs and characters that indicate movements in dance
2. the method of writing down the signs and characters that indicate bodily movements
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The first appendix--on the "choreology" and music of The Old Men--is the only detailed account of the music and dance that approaches something of a normative analysis.
Although the choreology for this jig is lost, it is not at all unlikely that the 'Garlicke' was a theatre afterpiece or a tavern entertainment and that some of the jig's movements were sexually suggestive, possibly reflecting the awkward gait caused by the pox's debilitating effects on the legs and groin.
This is the problem Choreology is seeking to solve.
"If you look at a typical large scale enterprise, its software runs on a large number of systems, built over time using different technology," argues Choreology CEO Alastair Green.
The next phase in Choreology's development is to pilot the software with one or more financial institutions.
Benesh Institute of Choreology, BOC Covent Garden Festival, British Youth Opera, Canadian Red Cross Youth Services, Chester Summer Music Festival (joint patron), Chickenshed Theatre Company, Children's Hospital Foundation Appeal (joint patron).