Dance Anatomie

Author: Jacqui Greene Haas
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"Dance Anatomie veranschaulicht die Zusammenhänge zwischen Muskulatur und Tanzbewegung - eine Pflichtlektüre für jeden Tänzer.

Hierwigia Anglicana Or Documents And Extracts Illustrative Of The Ritual Of The Church In England After The Reformation Ed By Members Of The Cambridge Camden Society

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Every town, parish, and village, some at one time of the year, some at another, (
but so that every one keep his proper day assigned and appropriate to itself,
which they call their wake-day,) useth to make great preparation and provision for
good cheer : to the which all their friends and kinsfolk, far and near, are invited."
— The Anatomie of Abuses, fol. 96. * For further particulars respecting the Morris
Dance, see Brand's Popular Antiquities, vol. I. pp. 142 — 154 ; and Hone's Year-
Book, ...

Philip Stubbes The Anatomie Of Abuses

Author: Phillip Stubbes
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6304 compassed 01-03 read "tircumuaUed", the only other example of which
cited in OED is in the verbal form and dated 1623. 6305 suborned commissioned
in their place. 6313-15 wrapping . . . sleeping This detail is not biblical; Judith
returns to the Israelites with Holofernes' head and the canopy stripped from his
bed as proof of her success. 6318 congratulate celebrate. 6330-32 which . . .
togither Stubbes's conclusion against dancing 01-02 is less qualified: "whiche
plainly argueth ...

Hierurgia Anglicana

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Thus all things set in order, then have they their hobby-horses, dragons, and
other antiques, together with their baudy pipers and thundering drummers, to
strike up the devil's dance [i. e. the morris dance] withal. ... commonly their
summer-halls, their bowers, arbours, and banqueting-houses set up, where they
feast, banquet, and dance all that day, and (peradventure) all that night too. And
thus these terrestrial furies spend the Sabbath-day."* — The Anatomie of Abuses,
fol. 92, 93.

Sports Injuries In Children And Adolescents

Author: Dr Solomon Abrahams
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Stephanie Morgan, BSc (Hons) Sports Rehabilitation Therapist Specialist interest
in children and adolescent sport Anatomie Healthcare Clinic(s), London, United
Kingdom Georgia Parry, BSc (Hons) Sports Therapist Specialist interest in
children and adolescent sport Anatomie Healthcare Clinic(s), London, United
Kingdom Christian Schafer, BSc (Hons) Podiatry, MChS, LA (Cert) (local
anaesthesia) Musculoskeletal Podiatrist Lead, Alexandra Avenue Health and
Social Care Clinic ...

Bibliographic Guide To Dance

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Preservation master tape: *MGZTO 7-1297. Dubbing master *MGZTD 10-1297.
Preservation funded by the National Initiative to Preserve American Dance (
N1PAD). Oral History Archive. National Initiative to Preserve American Dance.
NYPY99 R39 (•MGZTC 3-1297] Die Anatomie des organischen Lernens. Sieben,
Irene. (In: [*MGZA 92-27 Tanzdrama Magazin. Koln. Nr. 43 (Dez. 1998),] p. 4-7.])
Talk given it ihe conference, "Bewcgung denken". held in Cologne. September
I99K.

Timon Of Athens Othello

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Perhaps, the poet wrote : Musick, make known their welcome. So, in Macbeth: "
We will require her welcome, — ** Pronounce it for me, sir, to all our friends."
Steevens. • They dance.i] I believe They dance to be a marginal note only; and
perhaps we should read: These are mad women. Tyrwhitt. They dance ! they are
mad women.] Shakspeare seems to have borrowed this idea from the puritanical
writers of his own time. Thus in Stubbes's Anatomie of Abuses, 8vo. 1583: "
Dauncers ...

Publications Of The New Shakspere Society

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women]. to. dance. afunder. The. Anatomie. tended, as I haue faid, to the fetting
foorth of GoD his glorie (as the daunces vsed in "preter time" did) to draw others
to pietie and fanctitie of life, and to praise and reioyce in "God, to recreat the
minde [* leaf 107. B.] opprefied with fome *great toyle or labor, taken in true virtue
and godlynes, I would not (being don in the feare of GoD, men by them why men
shold felues, and Wemen by them felues, for els it is not poffible to be withdaunce
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The Poetical Works Of John Milton

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[The Book of Sports], and with earnest endeavour pusht forward to gaming,
jigging, wassailing, and mixt dancing, is a horrour to think.” Of Ref. ut supr. By the
way, mixt dancing seems to have given great offence to the puritans : Stubbs, in
his Anatomie of Abuses, had particularly noticed the wnlawfulness of dauncing of
men and women together,” p. 103. b. And Prynne repeatedly reprobates “the mixt
dancing at Church. Ales and Maypoles, &c.” in his Histria-Maffix. Hence we
perceive ...