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Transcript of Interpretive Dance
It is founded in many mainstream and non-mainstream media.
It is created through many types of movement and musical elements Interpretive dance is... The Creation of interpretive Dance You're not given any context at all.... Classical- Styles It lies within all of us. It's expression, it's freedom its personality. It started way back and continues to grow...where will it go next? That's the best part, because no one knows... Interpretive dance... Interpretative Dance is not just from One place.Every region of the world has it's own form of Interpretative dance. Important People
Isadora Duncan was a huge Influence on interpretive dance. "In Duncan's technique, the dancers feelings originates in the soul." When Duncan set out to break away from the formal structures of ballet, she influenced many practitioners. Another, Guta Hedwig protested against the Bush administration by Dancing in Interpretive style. It can be found anywhere... At any time... William Forsythe, a renounced choreographer. Dramatized the Iraq war through interpretive dance. But one of the best parts about interpretive dance.... A more graceful, feminine type of interpretive dance. In which dancers express themselves through slower more contemporary movements. Such as large arm gestures and wide turns and spins. Energetic A more lively and original type of interpretive dance. Where dancers move through rapid, jagged actions, with lots of jumps and twists. Narrative The dancer tells a story through his or her own actions, facial expressions and costumes. This type of dance is done to more lyrical and meaningful music. By Caroline and Anna!!:) Where is it Found, and When is it used? Interpretive dance can be used in a array of forms and styles but one of the most common is in theatrical productions and recitals. You can also take an interpretive dance class which is very much the same as any other dance class, but interpretive dance is very much improv. In theatrical productions a choreographer may use interpretive dance, to make the characters become more "alive" the narrative style is used often in this case. Theaters and Classes Cultural Another place interpretive dance is most commonly found is in certain tribal dances. Energetic styles are used most often, but narrative styles are blended in as well. These dances are used to tell the stories of the nations past and provide entertainment, they also play a key role in ceremonies and gatherings. Just for Fun! Though interpretive dance can be used for more formal occasions, it is also commonly used in means of "fun" some people use interpretive dance as a form of relaxation or exercise. The energetic type is used most often in these cases. But classical is used for relaxation.