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Dealing exclusively with developments in modern dance since 1951, this book is for anyone who wishes to understand and experience nonliteral dance: students and teachers, dancers and critics.
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Margery J. Turner was associate professor and coordinator of dance at Douglass College of Rutgers and author of Modern Dance for High School and College and The Dance Handbook.Review:
“The first real exposition and guidance for teachers . . . in the formulation of lessons in movement exploration, improvisation, and the building of movement sequences into finished dances.”
—American Dance Guild Newsletter
“Margery Turner has provided us with a straight-forward and a well-conceived manual on what is happening with the ‘nonliteral’ dance in America. . . . Special attention is given to the works of Alwin Nikolais, Merce Cunningham, Sybil Shearer, Erick Hawkins, Murray Lewis and Paul Taylor. . . . This work packs a good deal of solid information and professional awareness.”
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