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2. Theater [1955]

Book
70 p., [12] leaves of plates : ill., ports. ; 21 cm.
Green Library

3. Performance [1998]

Book
87 p. : ill. (some col.) ; 19 cm.
Starring James Fox, Mick Jagger and Anita Pallenberg, "Performance" was made by Donald Cammell and Nicholas Roeg in 1968, but not released until 1970. When the studio backers saw the director's cut, they were so shocked by its sexual explicitness and formal radicalism that attempts were made to destroy the negative. Having conducted extensive interviews with surviving participants, Colin MacCabe presents in this book the definitive history of the making of "Performance", as well as a new interpretation of its consummate artistry.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)9780851706702 20160528
SAL3 (off-campus storage)

4. Dance [1942 - 1942]

Journal/Periodical
1 v. ill. 29 cm.
SAL3 (off-campus storage)
Music recording
1 online resource (1 sound file).
  • Pièce en forme de habanera / Maurice Ravel
  • Frissons pour saxophone alto en mi♭ et piano / Jerome Naulais
  • Cinq danses exotiques / Jean Francaix
  • Concertino pour saxophone alto et piano / Eugène Bozza
  • Microjazz for alto saxophone / Christopher Norton
  • Tari mendalam (Wanna tarum) dua tari berwarna-warna ; Sveglia della "Bomba senza seme" e suo transfigurazione / Febian Reza Pane.
Archive of Recorded Sound

7. Dance [1936 - 1942]

Journal/Periodical
10 v. in 5. illus. (incl. ports) diagrs. 29 cm.
SAL3 (off-campus storage)
Music recording
1 online resource (1 sound file).
  • Dancing in the spirit / Tunde Jegede (5:44)
  • Folk music (Daithi's dumka) / Joe Cutler (5:15)
  • Pavane, She's so fine / John Adams (6:39)
  • Informal dance / Graham Fitkin (2:18)
  • Definitely disco / Andrew Poppy (5:54)
  • Minuet / Michael Finnissey (2:04)
  • Black dance / Tan Dun (1:58)
  • First dance / Kevin Volans (4:36)
  • Tango / Michael Nyman (3:37)
  • Zarabanda solitaria / Jon Lord (4:33)
  • Bogle move / Gabriel Prokofiev (4:05)
  • Naïve waltz / Elena Kats-Chernin (2:09)
  • STAMP (to avoid erotic thoughts) / Donnacha Dennehy (7:25)
  • Peculiar terms of physical intimacy / Django Bates (3:12)
Music recording
1 online resource (1 sound file).
  • Gratulations-Menuet (tempo di minuetto quasi allegretto) WoO 3 (4:23)
  • Twelve contredanses WoO 14 (11:21)
  • Twelve minuets WoO 7 (23:00)
  • Musik zu einem Ritterballett WoO 1 (13:00)
  • Twelve German dances WoO 8 (18:00)
  • Triumphal march for Kuffner's tragedy Tarpeja WoO 2a (2:21).
Music recording
1 sound disc : digital, stereo. ; 4 3/4 in.
  • Dance of the Yi Tribe (6:51)
  • Spring rain (7:15)
  • The Olive tree (4:01)
  • Three years (5:30)
  • Night of the Fire Festival (5:42)
  • Jackdaw playing in the water (5:13)
  • Spring in Tianshan (3:31)
  • Expressing one's thoughts to the moonlight (4:38)
  • Tea leaf picking dance (2:27)
  • Reflections of spring flowers in the moonlit lake (8:59).
Music Library
Music recording
1 online resource (1 sound file).
  • Three fantastic dances : op. 5 / Dmitri Shostakovich (4:11)
  • Danza de la moza donosa / Alberto Ginastera (4:21)
  • Romanian folk dances / Béla Bartók (4:17)
  • Dumka, op. 12/1 / Antonín Dvořák (4:10)
  • Polka peu dansante : op. 51 no. 2 / Pyotr Il'yich Tchaikovsky (4:10)
  • Valse triste : op. 44/1 (extr.) / Jean Sibelius (5:11)
  • Dansa negra / M. Camargo Guarnieri (3:32)
  • La conga de media noche / Ernesto Lecuona (3:04)
  • Tango, op. 165 no. 2 / Isaac Albéniz (2:12)
  • Old style / Graham Fitkin (2:39)
  • Milonga del ángel / Astor Piazzolla (6:36)
  • Valsa da dor / Heitor Villa-Lobos (4:54)
  • Hungarian dance : no. 1 / Johannes Brahms (3:04)
  • Je te veux / Erik Satie (5:39)
  • Tango / Igor Stravinsky (3:08)
  • Mazurka, op. 17 no. 4 / Frédéric Chopin (5:09).

12. Dance [2012]

Book
238 p. : ill. ; 21 cm.
  • Introduction-- A Choreographic Turn 1952-65-- Positioning Dance/Theorizing Movement-- Practices of Embodiment-- Choreopolitics-- Dancing in an Expanded Field: Image/Object/Score-- Biographical Notes-- Bibliography-- Index-- Acknowledgements.
  • (source: Nielsen Book Data)9780854882038 20160610
This collection surveys the choreographic turn in the artistic imagination from the 1950s onwards, and in doing so outlines the philosophies of movement instrumental to the development of experimental dance. By introducing and discussing the concepts of embodiment and corporeality, choreopolitics, and the notion of dance in an expanded field, "Dance" establishes the aesthetics and politics of dance as a major impetus in contemporary culture. It offers testimonies and writings by influential visual artists whose work has taken inspiration from dance and choreography. Dance--because of its ephemerality, corporeality, precariousness, scoring, and performativity--is arguably the art form that most clearly engages the politics of aesthetics in contemporary culture. Dance's ephemerality suggests the possibility of an escape from the regimes of commodification and fetishization in the arts. Its corporeality can embody critiques of representation inscribed in bodies and subjects. Its precariousness underlines the fragility of contemporary states of being. Scoring links it with conceptual art, as language becomes the articulator for possible as well as impossible modes of action. Finally, because dance always establishes a contract, or promise, between its choreographic planning and its actualization in movement, it reveals an essential performativity in its aesthetic project--a central concern for both art and critical thought in our time.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)9780262517775 20160610
This collection surveys the choreographic turn in the artistic imagination from the 1950s onwards, and in doing so outlines the philosophies of movement instrumental to the development of experimental dance. By introducing and discussing the concepts of embodiment and corporeality, choreopolitics, and the notion of dance in an expanded field, Dance establishes the aesthetics and politics of dance as a major impetus in contemporary culture. It offers testimonies and writings by influential visual artists whose work has taken inspiration from dance and choreography. Dance - because of its ephemerality, corporeality, precariousness, scoring, and performativity - is arguably the art form that most clearly engages the politics of aesthetics in contemporary culture. Dance's ephemerality suggests the possibility of an escape from the regimes of commodification and fetishization in the arts. Its corporeality can embody critiques of representation inscribed in bodies and subjects. Its precariousness underlines the fragility of contemporary states of being. Scoring links it with conceptual art, as language becomes the articulator for possible as well as impossible modes of action. Finally, because dance always establishes a contract, or promise, between its choreographic planning and its actualization in movement, it reveals an essential performativity in its aesthetic project - a central concern for both art and critical thought in our time. Artists and choreographers surveyed include Marina Abramovic, Pina Bausch, Jerome Bel, Seydou Boro, Trisha Brown, Rosemary Butcher, John Cage, Boris Charmatz, Ananya Chatterjea, Merce Cunningham, Joao Fiadeiro, William Forsythe, Simone Forti, Bruno Freire, Anna Halprin, Deborah Hay, Tatsumi Hijikata, Ishmael Houston-Jones, Mette Ingvartsen, Joan Jonas, Akira Kasai, Pichet Klunchun, Ralph Lemon, Xavier Le Roy, Babette Mangolte, Vera Mantero, Mathilde Monnier, Robert Morris, Bruce Nauman, Helio Oiticica, Lygia Pape, Steve Paxton, Adrian Piper, Yvonne Rainer, Robert Rauschenberg, La Ribot, Lia Rodrigues, Hooman Sharifi and Meg Stuart. Writers include Giorgio Agamben, Bruce Altshuler, Charles Atlas, Sally Banes, Nicholas Birns, Terry Brennan, Barbara Browning, Jonathan Burrows, Mary Connolly, Bojana Cvejic, Arlene Croce, Gilles Deleuze, Kattrin Deufert, DD Dorvillier, Douglas Dunn, Eiko & Koma, Tim Etchells, Jan Fabre, Matteo Fargion, Peter Eleey, Tim Etchells, Susan Foster, Sondra Fraleigh, Mark Franko, Adrian Heathfield, Graley Herren, Andrew Hewitt, Bill T. Jones, Jeff Kelley, Rosalind E. Krauss, Bojana Kunst, Henri Lefebvre, Boyan Manchev, Jean-Luc Nancy, Tamah Nakamura, Lloyd Newson, Yoko Ono, Halifu Osumare, Jeroen Peeters, Thomas Plischke, Yvonne Rainer, Richard Serra, Gerald Siegmund, Marten Spangberg, Luc Van den Dries, Myriam Van Imschoot and Pascale Weber.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)9780854882038 20160610
Art & Architecture Library (Bowes)
Music recording
1 online resource (66 min.)
  • Contents: Opening Dance
  • Short Cut
  • Chaotic
  • Danza Rossa
  • In Tense
  • Urgence
  • Out Loud
  • Going High
  • Pirouette
  • Forward
  • Dancing with Bells
  • Whistle
  • Quarter Steps
  • Bird's Dance.
www.aspresolver.com Jazz Music Library

14. Dance [1999]

Book
xi, 46 p. : chiefly ill. ; 23 cm.
SAL3 (off-campus storage)

15. Dance [1998]

Book
[8] p. : chiefly ill. ; 26 cm.
Special Collections

16. Dance [1974]

Book
192 p. : ill. (some col.) ; 27 cm.
SAL3 (off-campus storage)
Video
1 videocassette (24 min.) : sd., col. ; 1/2 in.
A look at Mexican dances.
Media & Microtext Center
Music score
1 score ([2], 8 p.) ; 44 cm. + 5 parts ; 28 cm.
Music Library

19. Dance : poems [2013]

Book
97 pages ; 23 cm
A zodiac that builds poems into horoscope machines, Kabbala, botany, the gnostic gospels, fashion, the plague, and the prophetic writings of a high school friend all contribute to a collection that teeters on the dangerous edge between form and anarchy. DANCE is a precarious and joyful performance that takes the reader on a journey through hell, earth, and paradise. From "Beauvais": "I a maker of beautiful hulls" transformthis multitude of useless bells / "torrent of stones. the cracks are moving" ["paradise, erased in a few hours"]["god's bones, Vision of a pristine skeleton. Vision of hell-- ["And it was marvelous, though sad, to behold"] Lightsey Darst writes, dances, writes about dance and other arts, and teaches. She is the author of a previous collection of poetry, Find the Girl (Coffee House Press, 2010) and numerous dance and book reviews, which you can find at mnartists.org and Bookslut, among other publications.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)9781566893343 20160612
SAL3 (off-campus storage)
Book
223 p. : ill. ; 27 cm.
Green Library