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  • The Global ETD Search service is a free service for researchers to find electronic theses and dissertations. This service is provided by the Networked Digital Library of Theses and Dissertations.
    Our metadata is collected from universities around the world. If you manage a university/consortium/country archive and want to be added, details can be found on the NDLTD website.
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O sentido se sente com o corpo: reflexões sobre a criação poética a partir do corpo cênico / The Sense is felt by the body: reflexions about Poetry Creation starting with the cenical body

Kalisy Cabeda de Souza 24 October 2014 (has links)
Esta dissertação tem por objetivo refletir sobre a criação poética a partir do corpo cênico. Nossa reflexão está fundamentada na práxis sobre o ato criativo, a percepção e a sensibilidade para a elaboração de um conhecimento através de nossa experiência. Nesse percurso, percebemos o corpo cênico a partir de um diálogo constante entre a dança e o teatro, fundamentando nosso pensamento principalmente nas noções de movimento, corpo e fisicalidade trazidas pelos filósofos José Gil (2004) e Susanne Langer (1980) e pelo crítico Antônio Pinto Ribeiro (1994). Entendemos a práxis como essencial ao desenvolvimento do corpo cênico. Nosso pensamento se funda na elaboração de um estudo experimental sobre o corpo cênico através da práxis sobre alguns princípios presentes no sistema de movimento de Rudolf Von Laban, especificamente os fatores de movimento: peso, espaço, tempo e fluência, e na pedagogia de Jacques Lecoq, sobre a metodologia das transferências. A partir desse estudo, desenvolvemos habilidades técnico-artísticas que nos permitiram reconhecer o material poético e expressivo de cada atriz-bailarina envolvida nesta pesquisa. Após realizar a experiência sobre as metodologias pesquisadas, utilizamos o material corpóreo criativo de cada intérprete na elaboração do exercício cênico de composição: O Sentido se Sente com o Corpo. Através de nosso processo criativo e das noções sobre o corpo cênico, elaboramos nossas reflexões sobre a criação artística fundamentada no corpo e sua fisicalidade singular e poética. Por fim, percebemos que o material corporal de cada atriz-bailarina encontrou, no diálogo entre a dança e o teatro, uma possibilidade de investigação e criação, elaborando uma linguagem artística que encontra seu material poético no corpo cênico / The purpose of this dissertation is to reflect about the poetry creation through the cenical body. Our reflexion emerges from the praxis about the creative act, perception and sensibility, aiming the elaboration of a knowledge through our experience. In this experience, we perceived the cenical body as a constant dialogue between dance and theater, grounding our thought mainly on the notions of movement, body and physicality brought by the philosophers José Gil (2004) and Susanne Langer (1980) e by the critic Antonio Pinto Ribeiro (1994). We understand the praxis as essential to the development of the cenical body. Our thought is based in the elaboration of an experimental study about the cenical body though praxis of some principles present in the movement system of Rudolf Von Laban, specifically the movement factors: weight, space, time and fluency, and in the pedagogy of Jacques Lecoq, about the methodology of transferences. Starting with this study, we developed technical-artistic abilities that allowed us to recognize the poetical and expressive material of each dancer-actress involved in this research. After performing the experience about the researched methodologies, we used the creative body material of each interpreter in the elaboration of the cenical composition exercise: The sense is felt by the body. Through our creative process and the notions about the cenical body, we elaborated our reflexions about artistic creation based on the body and its poetical and singular physicality. Finally, we realized that the body material of each dancer-actress found, in the dialogue between dance and theater, a possibility of investigation and creation, elaborating an artistic language that finds its poetical material in the cenical body.
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O sentido se sente com o corpo: reflexões sobre a criação poética a partir do corpo cênico / The Sense is felt by the body: reflexions about Poetry Creation starting with the cenical body

Souza, Kalisy Cabeda de 24 October 2014 (has links)
Esta dissertação tem por objetivo refletir sobre a criação poética a partir do corpo cênico. Nossa reflexão está fundamentada na práxis sobre o ato criativo, a percepção e a sensibilidade para a elaboração de um conhecimento através de nossa experiência. Nesse percurso, percebemos o corpo cênico a partir de um diálogo constante entre a dança e o teatro, fundamentando nosso pensamento principalmente nas noções de movimento, corpo e fisicalidade trazidas pelos filósofos José Gil (2004) e Susanne Langer (1980) e pelo crítico Antônio Pinto Ribeiro (1994). Entendemos a práxis como essencial ao desenvolvimento do corpo cênico. Nosso pensamento se funda na elaboração de um estudo experimental sobre o corpo cênico através da práxis sobre alguns princípios presentes no sistema de movimento de Rudolf Von Laban, especificamente os fatores de movimento: peso, espaço, tempo e fluência, e na pedagogia de Jacques Lecoq, sobre a metodologia das transferências. A partir desse estudo, desenvolvemos habilidades técnico-artísticas que nos permitiram reconhecer o material poético e expressivo de cada atriz-bailarina envolvida nesta pesquisa. Após realizar a experiência sobre as metodologias pesquisadas, utilizamos o material corpóreo criativo de cada intérprete na elaboração do exercício cênico de composição: O Sentido se Sente com o Corpo. Através de nosso processo criativo e das noções sobre o corpo cênico, elaboramos nossas reflexões sobre a criação artística fundamentada no corpo e sua fisicalidade singular e poética. Por fim, percebemos que o material corporal de cada atriz-bailarina encontrou, no diálogo entre a dança e o teatro, uma possibilidade de investigação e criação, elaborando uma linguagem artística que encontra seu material poético no corpo cênico / The purpose of this dissertation is to reflect about the poetry creation through the cenical body. Our reflexion emerges from the praxis about the creative act, perception and sensibility, aiming the elaboration of a knowledge through our experience. In this experience, we perceived the cenical body as a constant dialogue between dance and theater, grounding our thought mainly on the notions of movement, body and physicality brought by the philosophers José Gil (2004) and Susanne Langer (1980) e by the critic Antonio Pinto Ribeiro (1994). We understand the praxis as essential to the development of the cenical body. Our thought is based in the elaboration of an experimental study about the cenical body though praxis of some principles present in the movement system of Rudolf Von Laban, specifically the movement factors: weight, space, time and fluency, and in the pedagogy of Jacques Lecoq, about the methodology of transferences. Starting with this study, we developed technical-artistic abilities that allowed us to recognize the poetical and expressive material of each dancer-actress involved in this research. After performing the experience about the researched methodologies, we used the creative body material of each interpreter in the elaboration of the cenical composition exercise: The sense is felt by the body. Through our creative process and the notions about the cenical body, we elaborated our reflexions about artistic creation based on the body and its poetical and singular physicality. Finally, we realized that the body material of each dancer-actress found, in the dialogue between dance and theater, a possibility of investigation and creation, elaborating an artistic language that finds its poetical material in the cenical body.
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Displaced Spaces, Shocks, Negations: A Musical and Gestural Analysis of Stefan Wolpe's Studies for Piano, Part I (1946-48) and its Implications for Performance

Henning, Ina 07 August 2013 (has links)
The core project of this dissertation is a musical and gestural analysis of Studies, Part I: Displaced Spaces, Shocks, Negations, A New Sort of Relationship in Space, Pattern, Tempo, Diversity of Actions, Interactions and Intensities (1946-48) by post-tonal composer Stefan Wolpe (1902-72). The analytical methods consist of Set Class analysis (Allen Forte), the Effort Shape analysis of gesture (Rudolf von Laban), and the Time and Tone analysis of accordion performance (Joseph Macerollo). Wolpe played a leading role in the emergence of abstract expressionism among the painters, poets, dancers and composers of New York in the mid to late 1940s.Wolpe’s oeuvre reveals a unique way of composing in the post-tonal era. Chapter 1 provides the historical and stylistic contextualization of this particular study Displaced Spaces. Chapter 2 is concerned with the musical analysis, presented as pitch class and shape analysis. By nature, Wolpe’s pieces are best described as very physical, which explains the rationalization for the application of the gestural analysis in chapter 3. The Effort Shape graphic notation method by Rudolf von Laban (1879-1958) widely used in dance is applied to the musical gestures in Wolpe’s score. Wolpe’s overall title for the series of studies, Music for Any Instrument (1944-49), leaves the choice of instrument to the performer; as these studies require a polyphonic instrument, the classical accordion seems an appropriate choice. Laban’s principles as applied to Wolpe are compared to Macerollo’s Time and Tone analysis to implement gesture on one specific instrument. Battle Piece, a composition for piano solo which he began in 1943 is central to a change in Wolpe’s development: After finishing the first three movements of the piece, Wolpe explored new ideas in the study Displaced Spaces. The degree of coherence between the later parts of Battle Piece and Displaced Spaces is presented in chapter 4 focussing on new techniques that Wolpe was able to formulate through this “detour”. Chapter 5 as a conclusion brings together results from the set theory and the gestural analysis of this particular work in order to bridge the gap between the disciplines of music theory, performance and dance.
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Displaced Spaces, Shocks, Negations: A Musical and Gestural Analysis of Stefan Wolpe's Studies for Piano, Part I (1946-48) and its Implications for Performance

Henning, Ina 07 August 2013 (has links)
The core project of this dissertation is a musical and gestural analysis of Studies, Part I: Displaced Spaces, Shocks, Negations, A New Sort of Relationship in Space, Pattern, Tempo, Diversity of Actions, Interactions and Intensities (1946-48) by post-tonal composer Stefan Wolpe (1902-72). The analytical methods consist of Set Class analysis (Allen Forte), the Effort Shape analysis of gesture (Rudolf von Laban), and the Time and Tone analysis of accordion performance (Joseph Macerollo). Wolpe played a leading role in the emergence of abstract expressionism among the painters, poets, dancers and composers of New York in the mid to late 1940s.Wolpe’s oeuvre reveals a unique way of composing in the post-tonal era. Chapter 1 provides the historical and stylistic contextualization of this particular study Displaced Spaces. Chapter 2 is concerned with the musical analysis, presented as pitch class and shape analysis. By nature, Wolpe’s pieces are best described as very physical, which explains the rationalization for the application of the gestural analysis in chapter 3. The Effort Shape graphic notation method by Rudolf von Laban (1879-1958) widely used in dance is applied to the musical gestures in Wolpe’s score. Wolpe’s overall title for the series of studies, Music for Any Instrument (1944-49), leaves the choice of instrument to the performer; as these studies require a polyphonic instrument, the classical accordion seems an appropriate choice. Laban’s principles as applied to Wolpe are compared to Macerollo’s Time and Tone analysis to implement gesture on one specific instrument. Battle Piece, a composition for piano solo which he began in 1943 is central to a change in Wolpe’s development: After finishing the first three movements of the piece, Wolpe explored new ideas in the study Displaced Spaces. The degree of coherence between the later parts of Battle Piece and Displaced Spaces is presented in chapter 4 focussing on new techniques that Wolpe was able to formulate through this “detour”. Chapter 5 as a conclusion brings together results from the set theory and the gestural analysis of this particular work in order to bridge the gap between the disciplines of music theory, performance and dance.
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Corpo, análise e criação : uma abordagem indisciplinar da composição em dança através do sistema Laban/Bartenieff e da motif-description

Sfoggia, Lia Gunther 08 May 2013 (has links)
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“That I should always listen to my body and love it”: Finding the Mind-Body Connection in Nineteenth- and Twentieth-Century Slave Texts

Watkins, Emily Stuart 19 April 2011 (has links)
This thesis explores the presence of the movement theories of Irmgard Bartenieff, Peggy Hackney, and Rudolf Von Laban in the following texts: Narrative of the Life of Frederick Douglass, An American Slave. Written by Himself (1845), The History of Mary Prince: A West Indian Slave (1831), Incidents in the Life of a Slave Girl, Written by Herself, Linda Brent (1861), Sherley Anne Williams’s Dessa Rose (1986) and Toni Morrison’s Beloved (1987). The terms and phrases of movement theory will be introduced to the contemporary critical discussion already surrounding the texts, both furthering and challenging existing arguments.

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