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Laws, Kenneth; Sugano, Arleen - Physics and the Art of Dance - 9780195341010 - V9780195341010
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Physics and the Art of Dance

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Description for Physics and the Art of Dance Paperback. Num Pages: 288 pages, 125 halftones, 20 line illustratons. BIC Classification: ASD; MFGV; PH. Category: (G) General (US: Trade). Dimension: 249 x 201 x 16. Weight in Grams: 792.
Physics and the Art of Dance gives all who enjoy dance - whether as dancers, students, teachers, or fans - an opportunity to understand what happens when human bodies move in the remarkable ways we call dance. How, for instance, do dancers create the illusion of defying gravity? Or of starting to spin when in the air with no source of force to act on their bodies? You may observe some dancers using their arms in a way that allows some to jump higher than others. What is that technique, and why does it work? ... Read more

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About Laws, Kenneth; Sugano, Arleen
Kenneth Laws is Professor Emeritus of Physics, Dickinson College, and author of The Physics of Dance (Schirmer, 1984), Physics, Dance, and the Pas de Deux (Schirmer, 1994), and Physics and the Art of Dance: Understanding Movement (OUP, 2002) Arleen Sugano is Independent Dance Instructor, former instructor of Dance, New York University, University of North Texas, Joffrey ... Read more

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