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Title: 身体への視線 : ノヴェールとダンサーの身体
Other Titles: Gaze toward body : Noverre's view on dancers' corporal aspects
Authors: 森, 立子
Mori, Tatsuko
モリ, タツコ
Keywords: Noverre
18th century
dance history
Issue Date: Mar-2018
Abstract:  The purpose of this study is to clarify how Noverre perceives and discusses dancers' body in his “Lettres sur la danse, et sur les ballets”.  Noverre, dancer, choreographer and theorist himself, recognizes dancers' body both as medium to realize the narrative of choreographic works and as object of appreciation. With regard to the latter, we have pointed out that three factors are conductive to this view, namely, 1) Concern for the characteristics of three different genres in dance, 2) Noverre's experience as maître de ballet and his sense of crisis concerning current condition of dancers' training, 3) Growing interest to anatomy in Europe of the 18th century.  It is true that Noverre, who advocates “ballet as dramatic work”, values the expressive quality of dancers, but his gaze goes also toward dancers' corporal aspects, that is to say their body itself.
URI: http://ir.jwcpe.ac.jp/dspace/handle/123456789/1088
ISSN: 02850095
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