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By Jonathan Burrows

ISBN-10: 0415555299

ISBN-13: 9780415555296

ISBN-10: 0415555302

ISBN-13: 9780415555302

On choreography: "Choreography is a negotiation with the styles your physique is thinking"



On principles: "Try breaking the principles on a necessity to wreck the principles basis"


A Choreographer’s Handbook invitations the reader to enquire how and why to make a dance functionality. In an inspiring and surprisingly empowering series of reports, principles and paradoxes, the world over well known dancer, choreographer and instructor Jonathan Burrows explains how it’s attainable to navigate a path via this advanced process.


It is a gorgeous mirrored image on a private perform trip, and attracts upon 5 years’ of workshop discussions, led through Burrows.


Burrows’ open and sincere prose offers the reader entry to a variety of workouts, meditations, rules and ideas on choreography that let artists and dance-makers to discover their very own aesthetic process.


It is a booklet for a person drawn to making functionality, at no matter what point and in whichever style.

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