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...A simple choreographic form consisting of three sections and two contrasting themes, A and B, followed by a repeat of the first theme in the third section. In ABA, the third section may be a shortened version of the original A section...
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...The placement of the body’s segments in profile one above the other so that the ear, shoulder, hip, knee, and ankle form as close as possible a straight line that extends at a right angle to the floor...
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...The measurement or evaluation of achievement in relation to a set of criteria. In creative work, a decision is made to stop because the outcome appears successful or unsuccessful...
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...The process of positioning dancers while making a dance; the act of mounting a finished choreography onstage...
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...A subtle ensemble skill that helps with spacing, flocking, and timing...
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...Example of how changing focus can change the look of a movement...
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...The act of bringing dance movement to an appropriate ending, as in the conclusion of an improvisation or choreography...
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...A choreographic form consisting of pieces of movement that are often unrelated but are brought together to create a whole...
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...A state of mind in which the person is fully aware or cognizant and perceives with a degree of controlled thought or critical awareness...
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...The technique of organizing movements into a dance following their discovery through improvisation; the act of designing and shaping a choreography; specific methods or tools used in developing a dance...