Flashcards in Specific Vocabulary Deck (110)
An additional item of costume, for example gloves.
What a dancer does eg travelling, turning, elevation, gesture, stillness, use of body parts, floor-work and the transference of weight.
Speeding up the movement.
The sound that you hear during a dance, for example: percussion.
When a dancer performs a series of movements and others join in at different times until all perform in unison.
A design that is traced in the air by part of the body.
Correct placement of body parts in relation to each other.
Recognition and understanding of the qualities of dance.
The aim of a dance; what the choreographer aims to communicate.
Relating to sound.
An audible accompaniment to the dance such as music, words, song and natural sound (or silence).
A steady or held position achieved by an even distribution of weight.
A composition in two parts or sections.
When the same movements overlap in time.
The way in which a choreographer makes the dance.
Methods used to develop and vary material.
The aim of the dance; what the choreographer aims to communicate.
Activities involved in creating dance such as improvisation, selection and development.
The art of creating dance.
The most significant moment of the dance
Perform actions or shapes that are similar to but not exactly the same as another dancer’s.
Characteristics of choreography such as style, stimulus, subject matter, number/gender of dancers, action content, choreographic principles, form and structure, physical and aural settings.
movements or shapes that have nothing in common.
The ability to start and stop movement, change direction and hold a shape efficiently.
The efficient combination of body parts.
Clothing worn by dancers in performance.
When dancers perform different phrases simultaneously.
Evaluation of dance based upon knowledge and understanding, including original insights.