2 pages based on “its a hip hop world” by Jeff chang? It has to be written like i wrote it and it must include how it inspired me in some way… I would need it by Wednesday -what you(i) walked away with from the story -if something inspired me (u) -did u ( I ) learn something more that I may wanna explore more of
Using 12-point font and double spacing, type your answers to the following questions: 1) Explain why posture is important for concentration/meditation. How do asana and pranayama prepare us to practice concentration/meditation? 2) What is the difference between concentration and meditation? 3) Describe your personal experiences with concentration and/or meditation so far either from the exercises we’ve done in class or from your own personal practice. 4) Do this after answering the first three questions above: (Part 1): Set a timer/alarm for five minutes, sit with good posture (either on the floor or in a chair) and concentrate on your breath as your focal point. (Part 2): Set the timer again for five minutes, sit with the same good posture as in the previous session, and allow your concentration to move from the third-eye area, to the heart-center, to the navel-center continuously (at whatever pace seems best for you) until the timer goes off (do not be concerned about the breath at all). Which practice was easier for you? Describe your experience of each exercise, including whether or not you slipped into the meditative state. 5) Share at least one comment or question you have at this point regarding the practice of concentration and/or the experience of meditation.
https://youtu.be/B3pFxsYPLgU Piece Information: Exquisite Corps Directed by: Mitchell Rose Composer: Robert Een Featuring (in order of appearance): Bebe Miller, David Dorfman, Victoria Marks, Kyle Abraham, Andrea Miller, Joe Goode, Sara Pearson, Pavel Zutiak, Doug Varone, Liz Lerman, David Rousseve, Kate Weare, Ann Carlson, Stephan Koplowitz, Larry Keigwin, Mark Dendy, Sidra Bell, Vicky Shick, Susan Marshall, Faye Driscoll, Claire Porter, Beth Gill, Jonah Bokaer, Lionel Popkin, Elizabeth Streb, Ivy Baldwin, Jane Comfort, Meredith Monk, Zoe Scofield, Annie-B Parson, Deborah Hay, Miguel Gutierrez, Jamey Hampton, Ashley Roland, John Jasperse, Sean Curran, Neil Greenberg, Pat Graney, Stephen Petronio, Eiko Otake, Daniel Ezralow, and Brian Brooks Instructions: Watch the above video link. Then write a three paragraph critique using the Mini Video Critique Guidelines. (Links to an external site.) Make sure you included the information listed above about the piece in the opening paragraph. Also remember that your readers have NOT seen this piece so do your best to describe it to them within your critique. Use the information you have learned in your lectures and readings to help support your thoughts.
Answer the following questions: 1) In your own words, define choreography. 2) View this clip from Busby Berkeley’s Footlight Parade. This dance number stars Ruby Keeler.Using at least 4 complete sentences, discuss the essence of story telling through movement/choreography. Footlight Parade (1933) Shanghai Lil (Full Scene) (Links to an external site.) https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sUyREZ_Hcr4 3) View this clip from Follow the Fleet starring Ginger Rogers. Using at least 4 complete sentences, describe performances of the following dancers, focus on what stood out specifically to you. Examples: Style, Effort, Performance Energy, Use of props or partner work, Aesthetics Etc Follow The Fleet (1936) – "Let Yourself Go" – Ginger Dances Alone (Links to an external site.) https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sZfKZudV5ic 4) View the clips below. The first one is from The Littlest Rebel and the next one is from Little Colonel starring Shirley Temple and Bill Bojangles Robinson. Using at least 4 complete sentences, describe the personality and performance of this unique dance partnership. Shirley Temple – The Littlest Rebel – 1935 (Links to an external site.) https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=776oLm9GXxQ Little Colonel Bojangles Dance (Links to an external site.) https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wtHvetGnOdM 5) View the film clips starring Eleanor Powell. (Begin the Beguine with Fred Astaire & Lady Be Good) Using at least 4 complete sentences, describe performances of the following dancers, focus on what stood out specifically to you. Examples: Style, Effort, Performance Energy, Use of props or partner work, Aesthetics Etc Begin The Beguine (Links to an external site.) https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nZPndC-F5SE Amazing Tap Dance with trained dog (Links to an external site.) https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sP0ogCn7f2I 6) View these two dance numbers performed by the Nicholas Brothers. (Down Argentine Way & Stormy Weather) Using at least 4 complete sentences, describe performances of the following dancers, focus on what stood out specifically to you. The Nicholas Brothers .. Down Argentine way. (Links to an external site.) https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ecBAeN9yzOc Jumpin Jive – Cab Calloway and the Nicholas Brothers (Links to an external site.) https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_8yGGtVKrD8 7) Analyze the choreography of Jumpin Jive (from Stormy Weather) through the elements of dance. Be very specific about your use of time, space and energy. Be sure to share detailed examples from the dance number. 8) Compare/contrast these famous dance in film performers. What did you notice specifically about them as a group. Who stood out the most to you individually? Why?
Part One: 1) View a scene from any film in the 70s that has dance as a focus. 2) View a scene from any film in the 80s that has dance as a focus. 3) View a scene from any film in the 90s that has dance as a focus. 4) View a scene from any film in the 2000s that has dance as a focus. *If you have trouble finding films from this time period, please reach out to me for suggestions. Part Two: Describe the dance scenes in great detail using the elements of dance and answer the following questions: What makes these scenes memorable? (Comment on performers, music, costumes, storytelling, choreography, etc) Discuss the development of dance in film from the silent film era until now. (What stands out to you, what cinematic effects are available, etc) What focus does dance on film have at this point in time compared to others films from the earlier in the semester. (Ex. Performance, entertainment, storytelling) Describe the form and style of dance that was captured on film throughout history. How did it capture the essence of the particular time periods? Please include the links, with proper citations to all films that you view for this assignment. Use complete and well thought sentences. Grammar and spelling are important. Minimum length = 2 pages, double spaced, 12-font.