nondance

nondance

(ˌnɒnˈdɑːns)
n
a series of simple movements that do not constitute a formal dance
adj
not relating to dance
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to investigate the radiographic morphology of FAI deformities in adolescent and young adult female dance and nondance athletes, and 2.
But first, Simkin usually attends fundraising dinners or grabs food in his Brooklyn neighborhood with nondance friends.
Charmatz himself is a talented dancer and performer who studied at the Paris Opera Ballet School in the late 1980s, but he is perhaps best known for his combinations of dance with "nondance" and for his association with conceptually minded peers including Xavier Le Roy, Jerome Bel, and Tino Sehgal.
The following quote concerns exactly this issue of movement analysis and notation in dance studies: One of the difficulties that has prevented progress in the field of the anthropology of dance being as rapid as that in, say, the anthropology of visual art, has been the need for a notation of dance movements that combines accuracy with some degree of readability for the nondance expert (Gell 1985: 186-187).
In Lisa Torun's Trail, reflecting the relationship between an individual and a city, Sabri was required to recite a poem and combine dance and nondance movement to a mixed accompaniment of ambient city sounds and live percussion.
Enter ABT, which was advertising for supers (supernumerary cast members to fill nondance roles) for its Rio season.
Now the byword is "inclusion." Embracing nondance movements, popular dance styles such as break dancing, as well as rigorous dance technique, contemporary dance has been willing to encompass even ballet, its long-standing archenemy.
Finally, our wait for this volume's thirty-five intabulations from vocal models most likely stems from a general lack of historical understanding of the use and cultural context of secular nondance keyboard music during the generation of Philip van Wilder and John Heywood.
The effects of delayed menarche in different contexts: dance and nondance students.
Nondance courses required: Six credits of classes in biological diversity, cell biology and biochemistry, animal physiology, nutrition, chemistry, biochemistry, physics or introduction to psychology.
Carducci analyzes the musical devices these musicians deploy to create abstract yet visceral sonic allegories of struggle and perseverance in the face of a "negative or trying context." Heavy rockers, he argues, "produce powerfully articulated and textured tonal sensations of impact and motion, triggering hefty (nondance) motor impulses in the listener."
Comparative validity of the chinese versions of the bulimic inventory test edinburgh and eating attitudes test for DSM-IV eating disorders among high school dance and nondance students in Taiwan.