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Maori Haka
This paper discusses the Maori haka, its history and place in the Maori culture, the issue of intellectual property rights, the New Zealand All Blacks, and other related issues.
Maori Haka The Maoris are New Zealand's indigenous people Dawson The Maorihaka is a traditional Maori dance and important Maorian social custom... more
6 pages | 8 sources | 26 citations | MLA citation style

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Tango and Kathak Dance
This paper provides a comparative analysis of two dance forms, the tango and Kathak dance, with a focus on how each of these forms of artistic expression respectively characterize elements of Latin American and Hindu culture and identity.
Tango and Kathak Dance The artistic expression of dance is similar to that of other formsin that it often conveys the cultural beliefs identity and... more
1 pages | 3 sources | 4 citations | APA citation style

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Critically analyzes Garry Will's description of how dancer/choreographer Martha Graham was an innovator and leader in advancing modern dance in America. Graham's early training, her creativity and leadersnip style.
Garry Wills on Martha Graham Garry Wills notes that an artist can be successful importantand influential without being a leader Talent alone even when... more
2 pages | 1 sources | 5 citations | MLA citation style

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Philadanco Dance Company
A discussion of the dance company and school Philadanco, including a discussion of both the school and the company that uses primarily African American dancers. Also discusses the form of this modern dance.
Philadanco An Overview BACKGROUND OF THE COMPANY Philadanco is a Philadelphia-based dance school and company utilizing primarily African American... more
4 pages | 5 sources | 9 citations | MLA citation style

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Loie Fuller
Discusses the art of dancer Loie Fuller and her illustrious career as a dancer. Fuller's unique contribution to dance as an innovative blend of the artistic and the scientific. Contends that although her dances cannot compare on a technical level with the kinds of special effects that even a straight-to-video movie has today, she is in many ways directly responsible for what we see on both stage and screen.
Loie Fuller was not a great dancer Although she studied dance as a childshe quickly gave up on the lessons because she found them too difficult But... more
3 pages | 2 sources | 4 citations | MLA citation style

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