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Labanotation: The System of Analyzing and Recording Movement

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A definitive book for students of dance and movement studies, Labanotation is now available in a fourth edition, the first complete revision of the text since 1977.

Initiated by the movement genius Rudolf Laban, and refined through fifty years of work by teachers here and abroad, Labanotation, the first wholly successful system for recording human movement, is now having th
ebook, 504 pages
Published January 1st 2013 by Routledge (first published January 23rd 2005)
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A fascinating topic, but poorly organized and presented. If you don't already have an expert on-hand to explain things to you, this book will not be enough to learn the system.
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