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SPACE AND TIME MEANINGS APPLIED
GENERAL SURVEY OF DANCE NOTATION
EXPLANATION OF SPACE SPATIOTEMPORAL
15th century Abrupt According to Chart Anatomical Notation anatomical position angular degree angular distance Arbeau arrival in Position ballet base of support Bio-Feedback Body Center body joints body skin Category change of position count dance notation Dance Observer described direction displacement distalmost duration unit Environmental Stage event Fabritio Caroso Feuillet flexion floor exercise routine floor pattern human bodily movement human body human movement Hypothesis Ibid indicates joint action joint position Laban left wrist longitudinal plane Mary Fee ment momentum move movement notation movement quality movement sequence mover musical notes musical staff notation symbols notation system Pande plane posi Position 12 Position 13 Position Number proximal joint quence relation relative represents rhythmic right humeral Rudolph von Laban Section b Name space-point spatial Specific Body spine steps successive temporal Thoinot Arbeau thoracic area time-point tion total body position University of Wisconsin-Madison variables vertical Williams and Studer