Dance and Emotions
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The paper explores how variations in line, form and repetition in dance numbers creates mood for the viewer and explains that the mood that is created depends on the type of expression that is focused upon and the music that is used to guide that expression. The paper provides an example of a ballet presentation.
From the Paper:"How do you feel when you observe particular line, form, and repetition in different dance styles? What mood is created? Variations in line, form and repetition in dance numbers creates mood for the viewer. The mood that is created, however, depends on the type of expression that is focused upon and the music that is used to guide that expression. For example, the movement that exists during a ballet presentation may lead the average viewer to simply feel that what he or she is watching is a beautiful physical expression. However, a performance that occurs which revolves around fast paced musical may make the viewer feel as thou he or she wants to join in the action on the stage."
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Dance and Emotions (2006, December 01) Retrieved May 25, 2013, from http://www.academon.com/term-paper/dance-and-emotions-130040/
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