Doris Humphrey: A Centennial Issue

1st Edition

Naomi Mindlin

Published May 1, 1998
Reference - 137 Pages
ISBN 9789057550300 - CAT# RT19816
Series: Choreography and Dance Studies Series

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In honour of Doris Humphrey's centennial, which was celebrated worldwide in 1995, this issue explores her legacy to the world of dance and her place in history. The varied aspects of her work are covered including choreography, teaching approach, Labanotation scores, reconstruction/recreations, and composition.
In order to convey a sense of movement into the next century, the articles are presented in "chronological" order, beginning with that of Ernestine Stodelle, who worked with Humphrey during the 1920's and ending with an examination of Mindlin's 1995 experience learning Humphrey's work from Stodelle.


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