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Title: 澁井二夫研究 : 体育ダンスの導入と普及
Other Titles: The introduction and spread of gymnastic dance by Futao Shibui
Authors: 村山, 茂代
Murayama, Shigeyo
ムラヤマ, シゲヨ
Keywords: Futao Shibui
W. Scott Ryan
Gymnastic dance
Issue Date: Mar-2005
Abstract: This study will explore how Futao Shibui (1896-1990) introduced and spread gymnastic dance. In 1918, Shibui took gymnastic dance lessons from W. Scott Ryan, the American director of the YMCA in Tokyo. As an elementary school teacher, he thought that gymnastic dance would be a good form of exercise for girls. He organized a gymnastic dance study group and developed teaching materials for the many dance pieces he created. He offered dance workshops to teach gymnastic dance in many cities across Japan. As a result, he became a famous dance teacher and his dance pieces were taught at schools all over the country. During world warⅡ, he supported the war effort by creating many dance pieces with militaristic themes. He taught dance at a school for physical education (Nihon Joshi Taiiku Senmon Gakkou) and was a powerful leader in the world of Japanese dance. After the war, he was shunned by the new educational establishment. He was unable get work as a teacher and lost his influential position.
URI: http://ir.jwcpe.ac.jp/dspace/handle/123456789/561
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