Kurt Jooss Big City by Alexandre Tansman

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Published by Princeton Book Co Pub .

Written in English

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Subjects:

  • Ballet,
  • Light orchestral, dance & big band music,
  • Musical scores, lyrics & libretti,
  • Genres & Styles - Dance,
  • Musical Instruments - Piano,
  • Music

Edition Notes

Book details

ContributionsClare Lidbury (Editor)
The Physical Object
FormatPaperback
Number of Pages183
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL11957014M
ISBN 101852730781
ISBN 109781852730789
OCLC/WorldCa47862175

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Kurt Jooss's award winning dance drama The Green Table is both a Dance Macabre and an anti war ballet. The choreography of the ballet is inseparable from its message.

The parallel ideas explored in it are man's propensity for violence and his mortality. The Prologue also repeated as an Epilogue is a satirical sketch of a conference of power Cited by: 1.

Kurt Jooss, the German choreographer, died on May 22 in a hospital in Heilbronn, West Germany, as the result of injuries suffered in an automobile accident.

He was 78 years old. The next video is starting stop. Loading. German choreographer Kurt Jooss was a pioneer of the Tanztheater (dance theater) movement, combining movement, text and drama. Unlike his German Expressionist contemporaries, who rejected technique in favor Kurt Jooss book raw, expressive movement, Jooss worked in.

On the brink of World War II, German choreographer Kurt Jooss arrived in New York with his company to perform. Before curtain, Jooss learned that some black audience members had been barred from their seats.

Jooss told the theater administration that unless they amended their whites-only policy, the Author: Rachel Straus. The Green Table From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia The Green Table is a ballet by the German choreographer Kurt Jooss and his most popular work, depicting the futility of peace negotiations of the s.

It was the first work to be fully notated using kinetography Laban (Labanotation).Music: Fritz Cohen. List of illustrations --Preface --The background of twentieth century ballet --The birth of the ballets Jooss --The historical necessity of Jooss --The ballets of Kurt Jooss --The value of Jooss --Summary of the achievement --On dance notation --Dance scripts --Notes --Notes on some ballets referred to in the text --The ballets of Kurt Jooss.

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The German choreographer Kurt Jooss () developed, with Sigurd Leeder, a style and technique of dance based on Laban's principles of Space Harmony. Jooss' contribution made a major impact on modern dance history and yet only four of his ballets survive intact today: "Pavane on the Death of an Infanta, Big City, A Ball in Old Vienna," and 5/5(1).

Kurt Jooss and the timeless masterpiece, The Green Table. American Ballet Theatre’s repertoire for its autumn season includes works by Balanchine, Ashton, Twyla Tharp, Mark Morris and Paul Taylor – no surprises there – but it also encompasses an odd couple, both revivals from the early 20th century in Europe, Michel Fokine’s Le Spectre de la Rose and Kurt Jooss’ The Green Table.

Kurt Jooss's Vision. Kurt Jooss, who died last month at 78 as a result of an automobile accident in his native Germany, was a pioneering choreographer, dancer and Jooss Author: Anna Kisselgoff. A natural leader and independent thinker, Jooss () helped develop what is now known as German Tanztheater, an expressive dance style that combined movement, text and drama.

For Jooss, movement and words were inextricably linked; their connection was key to making performances as powerful an experience as life itself.

Kurt Jooss was born in Wasseralfingen, Germany inwhere he was raised on a farm that his father owned but one thing about jooss, he was never interested in farming. At first Jooss was considering a career as an artistic photographer but it never worked out.

In he focused on singing and drama at the Stuttgart Academy of Music. Paulina Milewska Kurt Jooss’ The Green Table Expressionism can be described as a movement in the fine arts that emphasized the expression of inner experience rather than realistic portrayal, looking to obtain not objective reality, but the subjective emotions and responses that objects and events arouse in the l characteristics of expressionism are distortion, exaggeration.

The Green Table, By Kurt Jooss And Composed By Fritz A. Cohen Essay Words | 6 Pages “The Green Table,” choreographed by Kurt Jooss and composed by Fritz A.

Cohen, first premiered in Paris, France and won first place in the Paris choreographic competition held by the International Archives of the Dance in early July of (Martin ).

Kurt Jooss (—) was a German choreographer and dancer, as well as a visionary for his time. Fritz A. Cohen () was a German composer, who worked closely with Jooss to create this piece, which has been interpreted by John Martin as a.

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Part 2. Introduction-- Historical Background-- The Story of the Score-- Biography of Kurt Joos Jooss' Wise Covenant with Death Rehearsal Requirements-- Casting Study and Rehearsal Notes-- Selected Photographs from The Green Table-- Appendix A-G Index.

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Jooss told the theater administration that unless they amended their whites-only policy, there would be no show. The theater obliged and the show went on. Kurt Jooss choreography / Folkwang Tanztheater / The Green Table () Kurt Jooss was an important German modern dancer and choreographer.

He began his career in the s, dancing lead roles in the choreography of Rudolf von Laban. Jooss is noted for establishing several dance companies, including, most notably, the Folkwang Tanztheater. Set in two parts, the book also includes the historical background, performance and production history, extensive study and rehearsal notes, and a wide selection of photographs spanning 65 years of performances, as well as technical information, biographies, and a complete list of works by Kurt Jooss.

Because of his particular method of fitting image to action, Kurt Jooss gave us a document that insists on telling us about its time, even as it reflects into our own.

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(–79). The German dancer and teacher Kurt Jooss created dance dramas that combined fundamental ballet technique with expressionistic modern-dance movements. Through his choreography and teaching, he expanded the technical and thematic range of theatrical dance. Jooss was born on Januin Wasseralfingen, Germany.

This is the story of three passionate choreographers and their colleagues who created European modern dance in the twentieth century despite the storms of war and oppression.

It begins with Rudolf Laban, innovator and guiding force, and continues with the careers of his two most gifted and influential students, Mary Wigman and Kurt :

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