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The Art of Making Children's Dances: A Look Into Doris Humphrey's Early Choreography and Its Impact on Her Technique

Borden, Gina Marie

Doris Humphrey, the great American modern dance choreographer, worked with children throughout her career. Her observation of the growing body allowed her to build a technique that is not only structurally safe for the human body, but aesthetically pleasing to the eye.

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Academic Units
Dance (Barnard College)
Thesis Advisors
Scolieri, Paul Anthony
Degree
B.A., Barnard College
Published Here
June 27, 2014
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