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Title: 日本女子体育専門学校における二人のダンス教師 : 高田せい子・石井小浪
Other Titles: Two dance teachers at Nihon Joshi Taiiku Senmon Gakkou : Seiko Takada ・ Konami Ishii
Authors: 村山, 茂代
Murayama, Shigeyo
ムラヤマ, シゲヨ
日本女子体育大学(非常勤職員)
Keywords: Seiko Takada
ballet technique
Konami Ishii
gakkou buyou
Issue Date: Mar-2008
Abstract: This study will explore dance instruction by two professional dancers, Seiko Takada (1895-1977) and Konami Ishii (1905-1969), at Nihon Joshi Taiiku Senmon Gakkou, a normal school of physical education founded by Tokuyo Nikaido (1880-1941). Tokuyo believed that Western dance was good physical exercise for Japanese women to improve their physique. Therefore, she hired many excellent teachers from a wide range in dance. Among those teachers, Tokuyo had particularly great expectations for Seiko and Konami. Seiko had studied ballet with Giovanni Vittorio Rossi (1867- ? ) and performed in Western countries. She also taught ballet technique at Nihon Joshi Taiiku Senmon Gakkou. Konami had studied dance with her brother-in-law, Baku Ishii (1886-1967), and performed in Western countries as well. She created dance pieces called “gakkou buyou”and taught them at Nihon Joshi Taiiku Senmon Gakkou. Her students loved these artistic dances and assimilated them into their teaching of underclassmen for many years. Seiko and Konami taught dance at Nihon Joshi Taiiku Senmon Gakkou for 10 years; however, the Ministry of Education, influenced by militarism, decided to devise a new curriculum at that time. Therefore, they were pressured into resigning in 1941.
URI: http://ir.jwcpe.ac.jp/dspace/handle/123456789/604
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