720 XTF Search Results (keyword=dance notation bureau) Results for your query: keyword=dance notation bureau Thu, 19 May 2016 12:00:00 GMT Agnes de Mille collection. unknown The Agnes de Mille Collection primarily documents the professional life of Agnes de Mille in the period from the 1940's to the 1980's. The Collection contains over 3,700 items of correspondence to and from other dancers, choreographers, artists, and writers, as well as other personal and professional friends. However, very few of the letters in the latter category are of an entirely personal nature. As de Mille kept a carbon copy of most of her typed letters, many of the files are a complete sequence of letters to and from the correspondent. The correspondence is arranged alphabetically by correspondent in folders which are in turn arranged chronologically. Thu, 01 Jan 1970 12:00:00 GMT Agnes de Mille correspondence and writings. unknown The correspondence and writings of Agnes de Mille cover the period of 1871-1993 and were in the possession of Agnes de Mille at the time of her death. They relate to de Mille's life and career, and that of her family (including husband, William Prude, mother, Anna George de Mille, father, William de Mille, sister, Margaret de Mille, grandfather, Henry George and son, Jonathan Prude). Thu, 01 Jan 1970 12:00:00 GMT Allegra Fuller Snyder Papers. unknown State University/AFS-EAD_mss005.xml The collection includes the research, personal and professional files of Allegra Fuller Snyder, professor emerita and past chair of the UCLA Department of Dance. Evident in the collection is what a comprehensive thinker Allegra Fuller Snyder was, and is. Her personal files reflect a wide range of interests from performance dance to film, and from dance ethnology to dance therapy. For Snyder, learning had both academic and experiential dimensions. Her professional and personal interests are oftentimes indistinct which contextualizes the collection, and her intellectual process. In addition to being professor emerita and past chair of the UCLA Dance Department, Snyder coordinated (along with Professor Elsie Dunin) the pioneer graduate program in Dance Ethnology at UCLA. Serving as chair of the Ethnic Arts Program from 1974 with an inter-college and interdisciplinary curriculum, the program later was integrated into the Department of Dance, becoming the Department of World Arts and Cultures. Snyder was an active... State University/AFS-EAD_mss005.xml Thu, 01 Jan 1970 12:00:00 GMT American Ballet Theatre records. unknown American Ballet Theatre was founded in 1939 with the intention of creating an American company of international stature, a museum of the dance, “which would preserve the best of the classic tradition of Europe and at the same time lay the foundation for a new tradition, American in concept and spirit.” Its guiding principle was to encourage collaboration between artists with no single choreographer taking precedence. The records of the company attest to the pursuit of these goals. Thu, 01 Jan 1970 12:00:00 GMT American Dance Guild records. Compiled by Laura Slezak Karas. Founded in 1956 as the Guild of Creative Teachers of Children's Dance, the New York City-based American Dance Guild evolved into a non-profit service organization dedicated to uniting the dance community at both the individual and organizational levels. Consisting of administrative files, Board of Directors correspondence and meeting minutes, as well as extensive conference, seminar, and workshop materials, the American Dance Guild records document over forty-five years of service to the dance community. Thu, 01 Jan 1970 12:00:00 GMT Ann Barzel Dance Research Collection. Barzel, Ann Dance Finding Aids/BarzelResearch.xml Materials collected by dance critic Ann Barzel, documenting the history of dance in Chicago and worldwide. Research collection includes brochures and other publicity, newsclippings, programs, souvenir books, audiovisual material, posters and prints, photographs, scrapbooks, and artifacts. Dance Finding Aids/BarzelResearch.xml Thu, 01 Jan 1970 12:00:00 GMT Ann Hutchinson Guest papers. unknown Ann Hutchinson Guest, born November 3, 1918 in New York, is an American dancer and dance notator. Her initial dance training began in the mid 1930's at the Jooss-Leeder School at Dartington Hall, England. When World War II broke out in Europe, she returned to New York where her continued training included ballet, modern, tap, and ethnic dance. In the 1940's she danced with the Welland Lathrop Company and in Broadway musicals, including One Touch of Venus, Billion Dollar Baby,and Kiss Me, Kate.In 1947, she returned to London and worked closely with Rudolf Laban. She is credited with coining the term Labanotation and, in 1954, published her book of that title. A prolific writer, she also has created games, wall charts, and other aids for teaching notation to children. Ms. Hutchinson Guest has notated many major choreographic works including those by George Balanchine, Kurt Jooss, Marius Petipa, Antony Tudor, Hanya Holm, and Doris Humphrey. She was one of the founders of the Dance Notation Bureau and served as i... Thu, 01 Jan 1970 12:00:00 GMT Bessie Schönberg papers. unknown Personal and professional papers of dance educator Bessie Schönberg, 1932-1997. Thu, 01 Jan 1970 12:00:00 GMT Charles Weidman papers. unknown Charles Weidman was one of the founding members of Modern Dance in the United States. In his later years, he created his own dance company, continuing to teach and tour in the early 1970s. Thu, 01 Jan 1970 12:00:00 GMT The Dance Notation Bureau Collection. The Dance Notation Bureau State University/DNBupdates.xml The Dance Notation Bureau Collection contains original manuscripts of scores and other materials that contribute to the DNB mission to advance the art of dance through the use of notation. The majority of the dance scores in the collection have been created using the symbol system called Labnotation. These scores include works by artists such as George Balachine, Paul Taylor, Antony Tudor, Bill T. Jones, Doris Humphrey, William Forsythe, José Limón, Laura Dean, and about 155 others. The Dance Notation Bureau is a non-profit organization which assists in staging works from score. The Dance Notation Bureau's Extension for Education and Research is located at The Ohio State University. State University/DNBupdates.xml Thu, 01 Jan 1970 12:00:00 GMT DNB History Files. Staff and colleagues of the Dance Notation Bureau Notation Bureau/dnbhisto_new.xml The Dance Notation Bureau is a non-profit organization founded in 1940 to ensure that theatrical dances can be performed in versions true to the choreographer's artistic vision. The DNB achieves this goal through documenting dance on paper using a symbol system called Labanotation. The DNB History Files are comprised of materials that trace the development and history of the DNB, Labanotation, and the dance notation community. Notation Bureau/dnbhisto_new.xml Thu, 01 Jan 1970 12:00:00 GMT Donald Saddler papers. Compiled by Lea Jordan. Donald Saddler is a choreographer, director, and dancer in the disciplines of film, stage, ballet, and opera. The Donald Saddler papers contain materials from 1920 to 2010 that document Saddler's professional life, including correspondence, daybooks, organizational and production files, photographs, scores and scripts. Thu, 01 Jan 1970 12:00:00 GMT Ernestine Stodelle Papers. Stodelle, Ernestine Dance Finding Aids/Stodelle.xml Collection of files kept by Ernestine Stodelle regarding her professional life as dancer, teacher, author and dance critic. Material relates to Stodelle’s own career and her association with dance figures Doris Humphrey, Charles Weidman, Jose Limon and Louis Horst. Consists of correspondence, articles, clippings, lectures, programs, reviews, tributes, photographs, dance descriptions and reconstructions. Dance Finding Aids/Stodelle.xml Thu, 01 Jan 1970 12:00:00 GMT Eugene Loring papers. unknown The Eugene Loring Papers document several aspects of Loring's career from 1938 to 1981. He kept extensive notes related to his productions and teaching theories. He also often wrote and spoke about his philosophy of dance, transcripts of which are found in these papers. Being a trained musician, Loring frequently notated his choreography on musical charts or scores. His teaching records include numerous ballet syllabi on six different levels of technique. Loring also expressed himself through drawings, poetry, and prose found among his diaries and personal notes. Thu, 01 Jan 1970 12:00:00 GMT Eye on Dance records. unknown Eye on Dance was an interview program concerned with all varieties of dance, ranging from ballet to modern, tap dancing to break dancing. The series initially aired on WNYC and WNYE in New York from 1981 to 1992. Produced by Celia Ipiotis and Jeffrey Bush and hosted by Ipiotis, Eye on Dance always featured video excerpts to illustrate discussion topics. The Eye on DanceRecords consist of research material, programs and clippings related to the various subjects addressed on the series. There are also some episode scripts from the series, and office files from the non-profit arts organizations in which Ipiotis and Bush were involved. Thu, 01 Jan 1970 12:00:00 GMT Fern Helscher papers. unknown Fern Helscher was the publicist and booking agent for Ted Shawn and His Men Dancers in the 1930s, promoting and arranging the company’s performances and tours in the United States and Europe. With the establishment of Jacob’s Pillow as an educational and performance venue, Helscher served as the business manager, and publicist for the theater. Her close relationship with Ted Shawn was the basis for her possession of an extraordinary array of documents and photographs that evidence Mr. Shawn’s artistic career, as well as her own professional acumen and efforts. Her collection consists of personal papers, client documents and photographs, travel related materials, papers and photographs of Ted Shawn and Jacob’s Pillow, and personal and dance photographs. Thu, 01 Jan 1970 12:00:00 GMT Finding Aid of Folk and Ethnic Dance at the Dance Notation Bureau. unknown Notation Bureau/dnb_folkID.xml Notation Bureau/dnb_folkID.xml Tue, 01 Jan 2002 12:00:00 GMT Franziska Boas collection1920-1988.. Boas, Franziska, 1902-1988. of Congress/Music Division/mu006001ID.xml Correspondence, labanotation scores and other choreographic notes, business records, playbills, production material, writings by Franz Boas, artwork, and other papers chiefly documenting the life and career of pioneering dancer and teacher Franziska Boas. of Congress/Music Division/mu006001ID.xml Sun, 01 Jan 2006 12:00:00 GMT Gertrude Shurr papers. unknown The professional papers of modern dance performer, teacher, and writer Gertrude Shurr. Thu, 01 Jan 1970 12:00:00 GMT Hanya Holm papers. unknown Papers documenting the professional life of dancer, teacher, and choreographer Hanya Holm. Bulk dates, 1931-1980, cover her teaching at the New York Wigman School of the Dance, the Hanya Holm Studio, and Colorado College and her choreography for her own company and in musical theater, including Kiss Me Kate, My Fair Lady, and Camelot. Also includes a small selection of personal papers. Thu, 01 Jan 1970 12:00:00 GMT Hugh Laing papers. unknown The Hugh Laing Papers, c.1943-1988, contain almost nothing written by Laing himself, except for two brief undated notes to his mother (in her folder #10) and a letter to Isabel Brown (in her restricted folder #12). The strength of the collection lies in the documentation of the Skinner family and Laing's birth and baptism, 18 letters from his father and mother (1956-1970), and in the outpouring of letters and notes to Laing from friends on the occasion of Antony Tudor's death in April 1987. (These letters include ones from Anne S. Palmer and Mollie Cook, relatives of Tudor). There are also examples of Laing's preliminary sketches for set and costume designs for Tudor ballets, including Gala Performance, Judgment of Parisand Pillar of Fire. Thu, 01 Jan 1970 12:00:00 GMT Hunter College Dance Therapy Program resource materials on dance therapy. unknown The Hunter College Dance Therapy Program was begun in 1971 with the support of the National Institute of Mental Health. Forming part of the Department of Health and Physical Education of Hunter College of the City University of New York it offered the first Master of Science degree in dance therapy in the United States. The program was developed by Claire Schmais, Elissa White, and Martha Davis. In 1982 a three-year dual degree program combining social work and dance therapy was started, granting both an M.S. in dance/movement therapy and an M.S.W. in social work. In May 1996 the program was closed by Hunter College. Compilation of both published and unpublished articles by various authors which were used as resource and teaching materials for students and faculty of the Hunter College Dance Therapy Program in New York City. Arrangement is alphabetical by topic. For a collection of master's theses and case studies by graduate students of the Dance Therapy Program see, *MGRT + 95-5539 Thu, 01 Jan 1970 12:00:00 GMT Ingrid Brainard papers. unknown The Dr. Ingrid Brainard Papers contain documents from the 1890s to 2000, and cover the academic and professional career of the distinguished dance historian and author. It contains letters, writings, research and conference materials, and teaching materials, as well as personal papers relating to Brainard, her career, and education. Thu, 01 Jan 1970 12:00:00 GMT Jacob's Pillow Dance Festival Archives1915-2000. Shawn, Ted, 1891-1972 (and others). The finding aid to the Jacob's Pillow Dance Festival Archives provides a detailed description of the multi-format archival materials that document the ongoing history of the festival. The collection includes: moving image materials; audio recordings; the business and administrative records of Jacob's Pillow Dance Festival and Jacob's Pillow School; still image materials; programs; posters; music manuscripts; ephemera; sets and props; framed items; costumes; reference books and periodicals; as well as several collections created and given by former members of Ted Shawn's Men Dancers, performers, faculty, and administrators at the Pillow. The Jacob's Pillow Archives documents the history of the Festival and the School and the artists who have taken part in these activities, with particular emphasis on Ted Shawn, Ted Shawn's Men Dancers, and the Denishawn Company. Sat, 01 Jan 2000 12:00:00 GMT Jane Sherman papers. unknown Jane Sherman was the youngest dancer in the Denishawn group that toured the Far East 1925-1926. In later years she helped reconstruct those early dances. She also was an author of dance books. Thu, 01 Jan 1970 12:00:00 GMT Jean Erdman papers. unknown The Jean Erdman Papers document the professional life of Jean Erdman Campbell, a dancer, choreographer, and dance instructor. Materials date from the late 1930s to the mid-1990s, and cover the early stages of her career as well as productions created during her later endeavors at the Theater of the Open Eye. This collection contains correspondence, production materials, academic papers, office files, financial and legal papers, scrapbooks, publicity materials, and photographs. This collection contains almost no materials related to Jean Erdman's personal life. Thu, 01 Jan 1970 12:00:00 GMT Jerome Robbins Papers. unknown Work files from the office of American dancer, choreographer and director Jerome Robbins. Thu, 01 Jan 1970 12:00:00 GMT Jerome Robbins personal papers. unknown Jerome Robbins was a dancer, choreographer and director. His papers include biographical materials, production materials, subject files, financial information and scores. Thu, 01 Jan 1970 12:00:00 GMT José Limón Dance Foundation, Inc. records. unknown The collection contains financial records, administrative records and general office records. There are no personal materials in the collection. There are no photographs in the collection. Thu, 01 Jan 1970 12:00:00 GMT Juana de Laban Papers,. Laban, Juana de, 1910-1978 Juana de Laban (1910-1978) was the director of graduate studies in theater at Baylor University, a distinguished professor at the University of Wisconsin, and served on the dance faculty at UCLA before retiring. She was active in many educational and professional organizations, including the Sacred Dance Guild of America. Her publications include Dance notation (c1946). The collection consists of books, pamphlets, and journals relating to the dance, as well as correspondence, manuscripts, photographs, programs, clippings, notes, illustrations, and mimeographed handouts. Thu, 01 Jan 1970 12:00:00 GMT The Julia Sutton Collection. Rachelle P. Tsachor State University/Sutton.xml The materials in The Julia Sutton Collection come from the personal files of dance historian Dr. Julia Sutton, professor emerita of the New England Conservatory of Music. The collection comprises materials relating to her research, teaching, and publications. The collection was donated by Rachelle Palnick Tsachor. State University/Sutton.xml Tue, 01 Jan 2013 12:00:00 GMT Katharine Wolfe papers. unknown The Katharine Wolfe Papers primarily document the work of the Seattle Public Schools dance teacher and administrator on an unpublished dance history book, The Concert Dance, begun during the summer of 1942 and completed in 1960. Thu, 01 Jan 1970 12:00:00 GMT Kayla Zalk papers. unknown Kayla Zalk was a renowned teacher of movement, choreography, movement analysis, labanotation and dance. The collection consists of correspondence, teaching and office files and clippings. Thu, 01 Jan 1970 12:00:00 GMT Laban Collection. Staff and colleagues of the Dance Notation Bureau Notation Bureau/dnblaban.xml The Laban collection consists of materials written by and to Rudolf von Laban, a notable dance artist and theorist who helped pioneer modern dance in Europe. One of his greatest contributions to the history of dance came in 1928 when he published Kinetographie in the first issue of Schrifftanz. Various people including Albrecht Knust in Germany and Ann Hutchinson Guest and Helen Priest Rogers in the U.S. continued to develop the system. The items in the Laban collection include publications, correspondence, and certificates from Laban sent to and collected by members of the DNB. Notation Bureau/dnblaban.xml Thu, 01 Jan 1970 12:00:00 GMT Lester Horton Dance Theater collection1926-1996 (bulk 1940-1959). Lester Horton Dance Theater. of Congress/Music Division/mu005003ID.xml Correspondence, writings, music, publicity and production materials, programs, teaching materials, business papers, scrapbooks, newsclippings, publications, costume and set designs, photographs, drawings, and sound recordings documenting the workings of the Lester Horton Dance Theater and the personal and professional life of choreographer, dancer, and teacher Lester Horton. Individuals represented include Alvin Ailey, William Bowne, Merce Cunningham, Carmen De Lavallade, Frank Eng, Lelia Goldoni, Judith Hamilton, Michio Itō, Bella Lewitzky, Margaret Lloyd, Don Martin, Joyce Trisler, James Truitte, and Larry Warren. of Congress/Music Division/mu005003ID.xml Sun, 01 Jan 2006 12:00:00 GMT Lydia Joel papers. unknown This collection documents the life of Lydia Joel, a dancer, educator, editor, writer and producer. The collection spans the years 1906-1993 and consists of correspondence, personal papers; teaching notes, grant applications, research material, scripts, student papers and tests. There are clippings, photographs, programs and posters. Thu, 01 Jan 1970 12:00:00 GMT Photograph Collection. Staff and colleagues of the Dance Notation Bureau Notation Bureau/dnbphoto.xml The Dance Notation Bureau is a non-profit organization founded in 1940 to ensure that theatrical dances can be performed in versions true to the choreographer's artistic vision. Primarily, the DNB achieves this goal through documenting dance on paper using a symbol system called Labanotation. The DNB Photograph Collection is comprised of materials that document the history of the DNB and the choreographers and companies with whom they work. Notation Bureau/dnbphoto.xml Thu, 01 Jan 1970 12:00:00 GMT Ray Cook papers. unknown The materials contained in this register are primarily correspondence, contracts and certificates covering the range of Cook's professional activities. Thu, 01 Jan 1970 12:00:00 GMT Research Files. Staff and colleagues of the Dance Notation Bureau Notation Bureau/dnbresea.xml The Dance Notation Bureau is a non-profit organization founded in 1940 to ensure that theatrical dances can be performed in versions true to the choreographer's artistic vision. Primarily, the DNB achieves this goal through documenting dance on paper using a symbol system called Labanotation. The DNB Research Files are comprised of materials that document topics in dance history including: dance notation, DNB notation projects, choreographers and companies, dance genres, and dance from different countries. Notation Bureau/dnbresea.xml Thu, 01 Jan 1970 12:00:00 GMT Richard Englund papers. unknown The Richard Englund Papers cover the professional career of Richard Englund (1931-1991), a noted American dancer, choreographer, director, and teacher. Englund served as the director of several small dance companies, including the pioneering regional ballet company, Birmingham Civic Ballet, and training companies for both American Ballet Theatre and the Joffrey Ballet. The largest part of the collection documents the choreographic works that made up the repertory of the companies with which Englund was connected. Thu, 01 Jan 1970 12:00:00 GMT Robert Ellis Dunn Collection. Finding aid prepared by Kirsten Wilkinson of Congress/Music Division/dunn.xml American post-modern dance pioneer, teacher, choreographer, dancer, writer, researcher, and co-founder of the Judson School. The Collection contains research essays and periodicals; personal materials; teaching and professional materials, including notes; subject files. The Collection also holds a small amount of awards; artwork; and publicity posters. The sound recordings and moving images have been transferred to Motion Picture, Broadcasting and Recorded Sound Division. of Congress/Music Division/dunn.xml Sun, 01 Jan 2012 12:00:00 GMT Scrapbook Collection. Staff and colleagues of the Dance Notation Bureau Notation Bureau/dnbscrap_new-feb2014.xml The Dance Notation Bureau is a non-profit organization founded in 1940 to ensure that theatrical dances can be performed in versions true to the choreographer's artistic vision. Primarily, the DNB achieves this goal through documenting dance on paper using a symbol system called Labanotation. The DNB Scrapbook Collection contains news articles and other published items on the history and activities of the DNB, its staff and leadership. Also included are promotional materials produced by DNB and dance-related items of a more general nature. Notation Bureau/dnbscrap_new-feb2014.xml Thu, 01 Jan 1970 12:00:00 GMT Ted Shawn papers. unknown Ted Shawn was the father of American Dance. He established the Denishawn Dancers with wife Ruth St. Denis, founded and toured with the Men Dancers, and established the Jacob's Pillow Dance Festival and the University of the Dance in the Berkshires of Massachusetts. Thu, 01 Jan 1970 12:00:00 GMT Ted Shawn/Jacob's Pillow Correspondence. Ted Shawn This collection comprises incoming personal and business correspondence addressed primarily to Ted Shawn, Founder and Artistic Director of Jacob's Pillow. The materials mostly date from 1946 to his death in 1972, with the exception of some materials Shawn inherited from his step-mother concerning family papers and photographs dating from the late 1800s to the early 1900s. It is virtually impossible to separate Ted Shawn's personal correspondence from the daily business of operating Jacob's Pillow; he developed personal relationships with everyone he worked with, from the postmistress in Lee to the visiting performing artists and teachers. The business material concerns the daily operations, events, performances and visitors to Jacob's Pillow, such as letters and applications from students, employment inquiries, book orders, fund raising matters, press materials and some financial papers and receipts. The personal correspondence also concerns performances and visitors to Jacob's Pillow, including letters f... Thu, 01 Jan 1970 12:00:00 GMT Walter Terry papers. unknown Walter Terry was a dance critic for the New York Herald Tribune, the New York World Journal, and the Saturday Review. He also contributed a number of articles to other publications and he wrote several books on the subject of dance. Not only a writer, Terry was a juror for many dance competitions and he was speaker at many universities and public functions. The collection contains correspondence, artwork, personal and professional written material, photographs, ephemera, and oversized material. Thu, 01 Jan 1970 12:00:00 GMT Zachary Solov papers. Compiled by Lea Jordan. Zachary Solov (1923-2004) was a dancer and choreographer who spent many years as the ballet master at the Metropolitan Opera. The Zachary Solov papers (1870-2005) contain programs, notes, photographs, posters, scrapbooks and personal materials relating to the career of the noted dancer, choreographer, and ballet master. Thu, 01 Jan 1970 12:00:00 GMT