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cho·rog·ra·phy

 (kə-rŏg′rə-fē)
n.
1. The technique of mapping a region or district.
2. A description or map of a region.

[Latin chōrographia, from Greek khōrographiā : khōros, place; see ghē- in Indo-European roots + -graphiā, -graphy.]

cho·rog′ra·pher n.
cho′ro·graph′ic (kôr′ə-grăf′ĭk), cho′ro·graph′i·cal adj.
cho′ro·graph′i·cal·ly adv.
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The Production Team is composed of Arvin (Production Director), Bobby Snijder (Chorographer), Dave Snijder (Audio Editor), Yves Vroemen Music (Voice Recording), and Denis Sebastiaan & Bobby Snijder (DJs).
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By degree she became an assistant chorographer, choreographer, and then artistic director overseeing the day to day aspects of the touring shows "Algeria," "La Nouba" and "Mystere."
I break those rules," says Israeli chorographer Ohad Naharin.
Even in today's swollen settlements bestriding the busy A6 road, the alert chorographer can find trace elements of dizzyingly distant times--the spoor of ancient Britons, Romans, Anglo-Saxons, Vikings, and Normans somehow surviving into the pedestrian present, persisting in road routes, hedge lines, field names, and local lore.
She would later go on to teach others, both as an award winning chorographer and as a much loved dance instructor at the Performance Studies department at Sheridan College in Oakville, Ontario where an annual Scholarship has been created in her honour.
spy on people," Feldman explains, "and like to stay invisible, but don't much care if my cover is blown." A woman in motion, the dancer and chorographer Nicole Pierce, has participated in a ten-year collaboration with Feldman: the dancer in her studio subverting gravity, inventing form as she leaps, spins, and balances precariously; the photographer in steady but asymmetrical orbit adding time to space.
Some of the other famous singers and film stars performing on August 21 will also include Shabir Kumar, Kunal Ganjawala, and chorographer Ganesh Hedge, flanked by 30 dancers.
The systematic description of this problematic communication system (a function that we have named as that of the 'chorographer') led to the judgement that this was indeed a communication system--one based on a mixture of control and transmission metaphors--and not a conversation system--one based on a dance-ritual metaphor.