Monthly Archives: August 2010

Musicality: not such a big question after all?

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It’s very common in the dance education world to denigrate the word ‘musicality’, because it’s a woolly term. Or people look at you in a knowing way and say ‘What is musicality, anyway? That’s the big question!’ But I’ve come … Continue reading

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‘Social loss’, dance notation and Josephine Baker

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What do Glaser & Strauss’s grounded theory study The Social Loss of Dying Patients, dance notation and Josephine Baker have in common? Well, I’m making a few conceptual leaps here, but I think it’s worth considering as a theory. I’ll … Continue reading

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