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dc.contributor.authorDalen, Tormod
dc.date.accessioned2015-11-03T09:51:21Z
dc.date.available2015-11-03T09:51:21Z
dc.date.issued2015-11-03
dc.identifier.urihttp://hdl.handle.net/11250/2359056
dc.descriptionNorwegian Research Fellowship for the Arts Programme. The Norwegian Academy of Music. - 2013nb_NO
dc.description.abstractAbstract. - The dance titles of J.S. Bach's cello suites, derived from French court dance, clearly meant more to the composer than just abstract reference. In Bach's time, dance practice permeated social life, and it was indispensable for a musician to have an intimate knowledge of the fashionable dance forms. The movements and gestures of these dances inevitably had a profound influence on performance style. In my fellowship project have investigated how the practice of baroque dance could influence my interpretation of the Bach Suites. Learning the essentials of this style and its original choreographies and frequently accompanying dancing, I also explored the dance aspect of the cello suites by way of experiments with historical tempos as well as melodic and rhythmic reductions of the musical material. The project offers a recontextualisation of Bach’s work that emphasizes the close links between the expressive gestures of music and dance. The results have both artistic and pedagogic potential as tools to discover essential aspects of dance character in baroque music.nb_NO
dc.language.isoengnb_NO
dc.relation.haspartTormod Dalens Artistic Research Fellowship Programme, is documented by the Critical reflection PDF accessible here, plus 2 DVDs and 2 CDsnb_NO
dc.subjectJ. S. Bachnb_NO
dc.subjectcello suitesnb_NO
dc.subjectcello solonb_NO
dc.subjectbaroque dancenb_NO
dc.subjectla belle dansenb_NO
dc.subjectHIPnb_NO
dc.subjectbody paradigmnb_NO
dc.subjectkinaesthetic empathynb_NO
dc.subjectartistic researchnb_NO
dc.subjectdance temponb_NO
dc.subjectdance characternb_NO
dc.subjectmelodic reductionnb_NO
dc.subjectTaubertnb_NO
dc.subjectFeuilletnb_NO
dc.subjectRameaunb_NO
dc.subjectPécournb_NO
dc.subjectTomlinsonnb_NO
dc.subjectmenuetnb_NO
dc.subjectsarabandenb_NO
dc.subjectbourréenb_NO
dc.subjectgavottenb_NO
dc.subjectgiguenb_NO
dc.subjectcourantenb_NO
dc.subjectcorrentenb_NO
dc.subjectgiganb_NO
dc.subjectallemandenb_NO
dc.title'Zum Spielen und zum Tantzen', a Kinaesthetic Exploration of the Bach Cello Suites through Studies in Baroque Choreographynb_NO
dc.typeArtistic productionnb_NO
dc.typeResearch report
dc.subject.nsiVDP::Humanities: 000::Musicology: 110::Alternative musicology: 119nb_NO
dc.source.pagenumber85 s.nb_NO
dc.relation.projectNorwegian Research Fellowship for the Arts Programmenb_NO


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