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by Susan E. Spalding,Jane H. Woodside

eBook Communities in Motion: Dance, Community, and Tradition in America's Southeast and Beyond (Contributions to the Study of Music and Dance) epub
  • ISBN: 0313294283
  • Author: Susan E. Spalding,Jane H. Woodside
  • Genre: Photography
  • Subcategory: Performing Arts
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Praeger (April 30, 1995)
  • Pages: 288 pages
  • ePUB size: 1957 kb
  • FB2 size 1647 kb
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By Susan Eike Spalding, Jane Harris Woodside. Communities in Motion: Dance, Community, and Tradition in America's Southeast and Beyond. For the first time, a book on vernacular dance provides detailed case studies about a range of forms: old-time square dancing in Virginia, Indiana, and Newfoundland; African-American step shows; clogging; Cherokee traditional dance; historical reconstructions of 18th-century dance; and modern contra. This book fills a need from graduate studies to high schools, which are mandated under the Educate America Act to teach dance in historical and cultural perspective.

Study of Music and Dance Series no. 35. Westport, Connecticut: Greenwood Press, 1995. Xiv + 274 p. introduction, photographs, figures, tables, notes, bibliography, index. Recommend this journal.

Communities in Motion: Dance, Community, and Tradition in America's Southeast and Beyond (Contributions to the Study of Music . Inventing Tradition examines revival dance and historical dance reconstructions

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Susan Eike Spalding has produced, in this book, a most welcome and thorough. study of Appalachian dance with a particular focus on the creativity and. continuity in six communities among dancing white and black Kentuckians, Virginians and Tennesseans. The Power of Song: Music and Dance in the Mission Communities of Northern New Spain, 1590–1810. By Kristin DutcherMann. Stanford, CA: Stanford University Press and The Academy of American Franciscan History, 2010.

Contributions to the study of music and dance, 0193-9041 ; no. Bibliography, et. Bibliography, etc. Note: Includes bibliographical references (p. -261) and index. Geographic Name: Appalachian Region Social life and customs. Geographic Name: Southern States Social life and customs. Personal Name: Spalding, Susan Eike. leave here couple of words about this book: Tags: Cohoes.

326 - In Susan Eike Spalding and Jane Harris Woodside, ed. Communities in Motion: Dance, Community, and Tradition in America's Southeast and Beyond, 3546. Встречается в книгах (4) с 2004 по 2008. Стр. 316 - Traditional Music and Social Change: The Oldtime Fiddlers Association Movement in the United States. Встречается в книгах (4) с 2002 по 2005. 322 - Paredes and Ellen J. Stekert, pp. 165-60. Austin: University of Texas Press, 1971. Tradition and the Individual Farmer: A Study of Folk Agricultural Practices in Southern Central Indiana.

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Communities in Motion: Dance, Community, and Tradition in America's Southeast and Beyond. and Four-Handed Reels: Variations in Old-Time Dancing in Three Southwest Virginia Communities by Susan Eike. Burt Feintuch, Susan Spalding, Jane Harris Woodside. Figures and Tables Acknowledgments Introduction Continuity and Change Frolics, Hoedowns, and Four-Handed Reels: Variations in Old-Time Dancing in Three Southwest Virginia Communities by Susan Eik. More).

Spalding, Susan Eike; Woodside, Jane Harris, eds. (1995), Communities in Motion: dance, community, and tradition in America's Southeast and beyond, Westport, CT: Greenwood Press. Frank X. Bonner (1983) Clogging and the Southern Appalachian Square Dance, Creative Imprints of Marietta, Ga.

For the first time, a book on vernacular dance provides detailed case studies about a range of forms: old-time square dancing in Virginia, Indiana, and Newfoundland; African-American step shows; clogging; Cherokee traditional dance; historical reconstructions of 18th-century dance; and modern contra. This book fills a need from graduate studies to high schools, which are mandated under the Educate America Act to teach dance in historical and cultural perspective. Those interested in folklore, anthropology, dance history, ethnology, aesthetics, American Studies, Appalachian Studies, and more, will benefit from this work as they learn how vernacular dance reflects and shapes communities.

The work is divided into four sections. Each section is prefaced with an introductory essay that sets the essays and interviews into a theoretical context. Continuity and Change deals primarily with dance forms that have developed organically within a community. Conserving Tradition considers the conscious efforts of people from a particular culture to maintain a vernacular dance tradition in the face of change. Inventing Tradition examines revival dance and historical dance reconstructions. Finally, Practical Suggestions for the Documentation of Traditional Dance will benefit readers who want to try their hands at research and documentation.

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