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The creative process in dance composition

Jacqueline Smith-Autard

Jacqueline Smith-Autard is acknowledged as a world-leading exponent in dance education. She has taught dance in schools and universities and was Chief Examiner for the dance GCSE for 10 years. She was a founder member of the NDTA, is a trainer of teachers in dance education and a pioneer in the use of technology to extend and enhance dance pedagogy. Author affiliation details are correct at time of print publication.

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Dance Composition

Bloomsbury Methuen Drama, 2010

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... students as resources for future students. The project produced a pilot CD-ROM, created, by Jim Schofield, Michael Schofield and Jacqueline Smith-Autard – the creative team of Bedford Interactive – featuring the work of the student discussed...

Methods of construction 2

Jacqueline Smith-Autard

Jacqueline Smith-Autard is acknowledged as a world-leading exponent in dance education. She has taught dance in schools and universities and was Chief Examiner for the dance GCSE for 10 years. She was a founder member of the NDTA, is a trainer of teachers in dance education and a pioneer in the use of technology to extend and enhance dance pedagogy. Author affiliation details are correct at time of print publication.

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Dance Composition

Bloomsbury Methuen Drama, 2010

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...To recap, creativity is a quest for order. When we create we aim for completeness and logical design. Every part of the whole should seem necessary and inevitable.For the dance to be a meaningful whole it must have recognisable form...

Standing back from the process – evaluations

Jacqueline Smith-Autard

Jacqueline Smith-Autard is acknowledged as a world-leading exponent in dance education. She has taught dance in schools and universities and was Chief Examiner for the dance GCSE for 10 years. She was a founder member of the NDTA, is a trainer of teachers in dance education and a pioneer in the use of technology to extend and enhance dance pedagogy. Author affiliation details are correct at time of print publication.

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Dance Composition

Bloomsbury Methuen Drama, 2010

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...The composer’s freedom The process of composing a dance varies with each person who attempts it, and no one can set out rules or methods of progression which can be followed to achieve guaranteed success. When the composer...

Methods of construction 8

Jacqueline Smith-Autard

Jacqueline Smith-Autard is acknowledged as a world-leading exponent in dance education. She has taught dance in schools and universities and was Chief Examiner for the dance GCSE for 10 years. She was a founder member of the NDTA, is a trainer of teachers in dance education and a pioneer in the use of technology to extend and enhance dance pedagogy. Author affiliation details are correct at time of print publication.

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Dance Composition

Bloomsbury Methuen Drama, 2010

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... studied natural movement in different contexts. Although the creative approach allied to Laban’s principles has been superseded by the ‘art of dance’ approach (see Smith-Autard, 1994, 2002), thirty four years on from the first publication...

Resource-based teaching/learning – dance composition

Jacqueline Smith-Autard

Jacqueline Smith-Autard is acknowledged as a world-leading exponent in dance education. She has taught dance in schools and universities and was Chief Examiner for the dance GCSE for 10 years. She was a founder member of the NDTA, is a trainer of teachers in dance education and a pioneer in the use of technology to extend and enhance dance pedagogy. Author affiliation details are correct at time of print publication.

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Dance Composition

Bloomsbury Methuen Drama, 2010

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... performance (2008) which is demonstrated on the accompanying DVD and is discussed in Section 5 of this edition. choreographed by Jacqueline Smith-Autard, taking the title of the music, Vocalise op. 34 no. 14 composed by Rachmaninoff,...

Methods of construction 1

Jacqueline Smith-Autard

Jacqueline Smith-Autard is acknowledged as a world-leading exponent in dance education. She has taught dance in schools and universities and was Chief Examiner for the dance GCSE for 10 years. She was a founder member of the NDTA, is a trainer of teachers in dance education and a pioneer in the use of technology to extend and enhance dance pedagogy. Author affiliation details are correct at time of print publication.

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Dance Composition

Bloomsbury Methuen Drama, 2010

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...Stimuli for dance A stimulus can be defined as something that rouses the mind, or spirits, or incites activity. Stimuli for dance compositions can be auditory, visual, ideational, tactile or kinesthetic. Auditory...

Methods of construction 4

Jacqueline Smith-Autard

Jacqueline Smith-Autard is acknowledged as a world-leading exponent in dance education. She has taught dance in schools and universities and was Chief Examiner for the dance GCSE for 10 years. She was a founder member of the NDTA, is a trainer of teachers in dance education and a pioneer in the use of technology to extend and enhance dance pedagogy. Author affiliation details are correct at time of print publication.

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Dance Composition

Bloomsbury Methuen Drama, 2010

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...Design in time The composer seeking form for the dance should bear in mind that he/she is creating a design in time. This could be called a time picture. Like any picture it is built up of parts. Once the overall meaning...

The material content

Jacqueline Smith-Autard

Jacqueline Smith-Autard is acknowledged as a world-leading exponent in dance education. She has taught dance in schools and universities and was Chief Examiner for the dance GCSE for 10 years. She was a founder member of the NDTA, is a trainer of teachers in dance education and a pioneer in the use of technology to extend and enhance dance pedagogy. Author affiliation details are correct at time of print publication.

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Dance Composition

Bloomsbury Methuen Drama, 2010

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...The basic language of movement The word language is used here as an analogy only. It is not meant to suggest that the language of movement can replace or be the same as language in a vocally communicative context. It is common...

Methods of construction 3

Jacqueline Smith-Autard

Jacqueline Smith-Autard is acknowledged as a world-leading exponent in dance education. She has taught dance in schools and universities and was Chief Examiner for the dance GCSE for 10 years. She was a founder member of the NDTA, is a trainer of teachers in dance education and a pioneer in the use of technology to extend and enhance dance pedagogy. Author affiliation details are correct at time of print publication.

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Dance Composition

Bloomsbury Methuen Drama, 2010

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...The group as an expressive element A group dance can be likened to an orchestra playing of music. Each of the dancers in the group has a vital part to play in the harmonious, living whole. Numerical considerations...

Methods of construction 5

Jacqueline Smith-Autard

Jacqueline Smith-Autard is acknowledged as a world-leading exponent in dance education. She has taught dance in schools and universities and was Chief Examiner for the dance GCSE for 10 years. She was a founder member of the NDTA, is a trainer of teachers in dance education and a pioneer in the use of technology to extend and enhance dance pedagogy. Author affiliation details are correct at time of print publication.

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Dance Composition

Bloomsbury Methuen Drama, 2010

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...Several elements of construction have already emerged in the discussion on the construction of a dance. It may be useful to convey these in a list so that the reader can select each element and evaluate its constructional purpose in any...