Ear Training for the Body: A Dancer's Guide to Music
An approach to music from the dancer's viewpoint, this book offers a two-part exploration of music as it relates to dance, beginning with an introduction to aspects of musicality that dancers—and other music lovers—can explore and put into practice immediately.
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A MOVEMENTORIENTED APPROACH TO THE FUNDAMENTALS OF MUSIC
Pikft Scales and Meodu
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accents accompaniment articulation audiences Bach Balanchine basic bass beat body percussion cadence cello chord choreographers classical collaboration composer composition concert contemporary contrapuntal contrast counts create dance artists Dance Company dance movement dance students dancers drums duple dynamic level effect electronic ensemble Erick Hawkins example fast flute fugue George Balanchine harmonic harmonic rhythm hear improvise indicated instruments intervals J J J J jazz keyboard listen Lou Harrison loud major Martha Graham melody ment meter metric grouping modern dance music and dance musicians notation note head octave onstage orchestra particular percussion instruments performance phrase piano piece pitch played procedures pulse rehearsal relationship repertoire rhythm rhythmic patterns scale score semitones sense singing solo Steve Reich string structure studio subdivisions tape Tchaikovsky technique tempo texture theatrical dance timbre tion tonal tone color traditional triplet tuning Twyla Tharp various violin vocal voice York City Ballet