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Rhythmic Gymnastics-2017 Calendar By Yung-Kang (Derby) Sun
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Rhythmic gymnastics is an activity in which individuals or teams of 5 or more manipulate one or two pieces of apparatus: clubs, hoop, ball, ribbon, rope and Free (no apparatus). An athlete can... More > exchange apparatus with a team member at any time through the routine. Therefore, an athlete can manipulate up to two different pieces of apparatus through the duration of the routine. Rhythmic gymnastics is a sport that combines elements of ballet, gymnastics, dance, and apparatus manipulation. Physical abilities needed by a rhythmic gymnast include strength, power, flexibility, agility, dexterity, endurance and hand-eye coordination. This calendar presents many elegant and graceful poses presented from professional trained rhythmic gymnasts around the world through fabulous photos to light up the happiness and spirit of love at rhythmic gymnastics-the most beautiful physical form in the holiday season and brand new year.< Less
RHYTHMIC ETUDES FOR BALLET STUDENTS By TARKAN SONGUR
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There are some rhythmic music notations which helps dance and ballet students for developping their understanding of rhythmic appreciation and aural appreciation
I LOVE TO SING AND DANCE By J. HALE TURNER
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I LOVE TO SING AND DANCE can only draw its readers to do just that. Children will happily join in the rhythmic beat of the drummers and their dancers.
Five African Dances By Godwin Sadoh
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The 5 African Dances was composed between June 11 and 23, 2007, in Memphis, Tennessee. It is a collection of 5 pieces based on distinct Nigerian folk melodies and traditional rhythmic patterns, with... More > the exception of “Tribute to Highlife,” “Ijo Faaji,” and “Palongo,” which are original in conception and realization. African music could be conceptualize from various parameters: dance, communication, social, political, economical, ritual, utilitarian, organology, melodic, harmonic, rhythmic, theoretical framework, creative and performance procedures, religious, and linguistic perspectives. The 5 African Dances celebrate and demonstrate significant aspects of African music through the use of tuneful melodies, repetitions, simplicity, call-and-response technique, harmonic organization, scale system, traditional creative procedures and irresistible dance rhythms. In addition, this work is a true summation of intercultural creativity–the amalgamation of Western idioms with African idioms.< Less
A Beginners Guide to Dancing By Toll Road
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Dance is a type of art that generally involves movement of the body, often rhythmic and to music. It is performed in many cultures as a form of emotional expression, social interaction, or exercise,... More > in a spiritual or performance setting, and is sometimes used to express ideas or tell a story. Dance may also be regarded as a form of nonverbal communication between humans or other animals, as in bee dances and behaviour patterns such as a mating dances. Definitions of what constitutes dance can depend on social and cultural norms and aesthetic, artistic and moral sensibilities. Definitions may range from functional movement (such as folk dance) to virtuoso techniques such as ballet. This book covers everything you need to know about dancing such as: - The incredible importance of dance - Belly dance basics - Irish step dancing - Jazz as dance - Learn how to line dance and so much more!< Less
Three Dances for Piano By Godwin Sadoh
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The first two dances were composed on November 11, 2001 in Baton Rouge, Louisiana State. The pieces were inspired by Nigerian socio-cultural ideations. The first movement Atilogwu Dance is... More > reminiscent of the music played for the performance of the Atilogwu Dancers among the Igbo people of southeast Nigeria. The piece is built upon interplay of duple and triple meters. The Beggar’s Chant is a recreation of songs often sung by blind beggars as they plead for coins on the streets of Lagos where I was born. The famous African call-and-response technique permeates the entire piece between the left and right hand. Yungbayungba was composed on December 14, 1994 in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. It is an original work built on the rhythmic patterns introduced in the first two measures of the piece. The middle section is an ostinato passage. The piece is exclusively based on pentatonic scale: C, D, E, G, and A.< Less
Three Dances for Piano By Godwin Sadoh
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The first two dances were composed on November 11, 2001 in Baton Rouge, Louisiana State. The pieces were inspired by Nigerian socio-cultural ideations. The first movement Atilogwu Dance is... More > reminiscent of the music played for the performance of the Atilogwu Dancers among the Igbo people of southeast Nigeria. The piece is built upon interplay of duple and triple meters. The Beggar’s Chant is a recreation of songs often sung by blind beggars as they plead for coins on the streets of Lagos where I was born. The famous African call-and-response technique permeates the entire piece between the left and right hand. Yungbayungba was composed on December 14, 1994 in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. It is an original work built on the rhythmic patterns introduced in the first two measures of the piece. The middle section is an ostinato passage. The piece is exclusively based on pentatonic scale: C, D, E, G, and A.< Less
Moonlight Dances for Piano By Godwin Sadoh
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The three pieces in Moonlight Dances were composed in 1984, 1990 and 1993 respectively. The sources of my inspiration were folktale stories in Nigeria. The first piece opens with a call-and-response... More > pattern between the right and left hand. The dance element in this piece is most vivid in the sections conjoining the triple and duple rhythmic patterns. The second piece, though moderate in tempo is slightly complex than the former. The third piece was composed in Lagos in 1984. It is an exciting and captivating lively piece of music interlaced with all sorts of dramatic nuances using wider registers of both the right and left hand. It is interesting to note the dramatic usage of the number 3 in this collection, as exemplified in (1) the three movements of the piano work; (2) three different keys ascending in thirds, (3) from C major in the first movement to E-flat in the second movement, and finally finding repose in G major in the last movement.< Less
Moonlight Dances for Piano By Godwin Sadoh
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The three pieces in Moonlight Dances were composed in 1984, 1990 and 1993 respectively. The sources of my inspiration were folktale stories in Nigeria. The first piece opens with a call-and-response... More > pattern between the right and left hand. The dance element in this piece is most vivid in the sections conjoining the triple and duple rhythmic patterns. The second piece, though moderate in tempo is slightly complex than the former. The third piece was composed in Lagos in 1984. It is an exciting and captivating lively piece of music interlaced with all sorts of dramatic nuances using wider registers of both the right and left hand. It is interesting to note the dramatic usage of the number 3 in this collection, as exemplified in (1) the three movements of the piano work; (2) three different keys ascending in thirds, (3) from C major in the first movement to E-flat in the second movement, and finally finding repose in G major in the last movement.< Less
THREE DANCES FOR PIANO - Sadoh By Godwin Sadoh
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The first 2 pieces in 3 Dances for Piano were composed on Nov. 11, 2001. These pieces were inspired by Nigerian socio-cultural ideations. The first movement Atilogwu Dance is reminiscent of the... More > music played for the performances of the Atilogwu Dancers among the Igbo of southeast Nigeria. The piece is built upon interplay of duple and triple meters. The Beggar’s Chant is a recreation of songs often performed by blind beggars as they plead for coins on the streets of Lagos where I was born and raised. The famous African call-and-response technique permeates the entire piece between the left hand and right hand. Yungbayungba was composed on December 14, 1994. It was submitted as a term paper project for the graduate seminar in Creative Ethnomusicology, at the University of Pittsburgh. It is an original work built on the rhythmic patterns introduced in the first two measures of the piece. The middle section is an ostinato passage. The piece is exclusively based on pentatonic scale: C, D, E, G, and A.< Less