The commercial is so simple the image is coffee, breakfast sandwich and a muffin and two words: Always fresh. The picture of the coffee is steaming hot, breakfast sandwich is made perfectly and has what you want on it and is steaming, muffin is chocolate chip and is also steaming. This is the rhetoric pathos being used to make you hungry and thirsty. When people notice the billboard or commercial their mouth will water and their stomachs will growl wanting to be fed.
Elizabeth Cameron Dalman, is a renowned teacher, choreographer, director and performer who is known as the founder of modern dance in Australia; 1965 saw the Australian Dance Theatre open under Dalman, further cementing Australia’s respected position internationally on the dance stage (Australian Government, 2013). Modern or contemporary dance, is seen as similar to ballet with small elements from other styles of dance. The movements in contemporary dance are performed on the floor with less structure than the strict movements seen in ballet. In addition, dancers often perform in bare feet, further emphasizing the freedom this style of dance allows; performers emotions are expressed through movements (Bedinghaus, T. 2015). Versatility, unpredictable
Known for being an all-around theatre man and a master of the Broadway musical, Jerome Robbins was known as one of the most imaginative, influential, and popular American creators of dance in the twentieth century. Robbins, in partner with his sense of innovation, was known for his skillful use of contemporary American themes and was notably praised for structuring ballets within the traditional framework of classical dance. Born originally under the Jewish surname Rabinowitz, Jerome Wilson was born on October 11, 1918 in New York, New York.. Just a few years after his birth, the Rabinowitz family migrated to the city of Weehawken in New Jersey. The Rabinowitz family built showbusiness ties to vaudeville performers and theatre alike through The Comfort Corset Company that Jerome’s father and uncle operated. He developed an early fascination with ballet and puppetry.
In the 1900’s, modern dance began to develop as a rebellion against classical ballet, mainly in the United States, central Europe and Germany. How did Isadora Duncan and Rudolf Laban as the most influential modern dancers affect the development of modern dance? The main inventors of modern dance were Isadora Duncan in the United States and Rudolf Laban in Germany. Each had a common goal
has been hailed for many reasons. It has been called the first integrated musical, the first American folk musical; Show Boat got there on both counts. It has been called the first integrated musical, but The Lady of the Slipper, Gay Divorce, Jubilee, On Your Toes, I Married an Angel and Cabin in the Sky hold seniority. But Oklahoma! was the first American musical with an ethnic sound, words and music entirely in the folk idiom”.
After eighty adventurous experiences, Tang Sanzang finally reach the west and got the real scripture. As one of four great classical novels in China, Journey to the West has been interpreted and represented in forms of script for story-telling, poetic drama, novel, traditional Chinese opera and film during the long cultural history (CHEN 1). With the carriers of film and television program, doing visualization to classical texts is the most distinctive representing way in modern times. This paper presents how to recompose, represent and interpret classical national texts like Journey to the West in the form of animation from two aspects of the creation and inheritance of original texts. On the one hand, my adaptation interprets and expands the character setting of the protagonist Sun Wukong compared to the traditional image in Journey to the West, remolding an anti-hero image in a “civilian” age.
By experimenting with new and unusual rhythms came his first ballet, The Firebird, in 1910 which was based on the Russian folk legend of the Firebird. The ballad initiated Stravinsky’s use of folk tunes in his music, and caused him to rise in fame almost overnight. Stravinsky’s extreme success with the ballet brought Petrushka in 1911 and The Rite of Spring in 1913, which he composed for Diaghilev. The three ballets represented his individual, unique style, and he completely revolutionized ballet music by bringing to the table certain techniques that had never been exposed or used before by other
She further emphasized that tombé occurs in varied speed i.e. sometimes faster and sometimes slower. However, many years before the foundation of the language of dance approach, an accomplished dance artist named Rudolf Laban significantly contributed in the ballet dance form by founding a unique movement coding system called ‘Labanotation’. He not only investigate the 3D staging of choreutics i.e. the basic steps in ballet, but also promoted recreational ballet to a considerable
Tea in China is not only a beverage, I 've come to understand that it is a great deal more than that; it 's an art, a custom, and above all a lifestyle. For over 3000 years humankind has been developing a plant that has incited poems, led to the foundation of trade routes and molded human civilization. With its foundations in China, the tea plant has a rich history, and is encompassed by a fascinating culture. During my travel to Hangzhou, my Chinese friends told me interesting stories of China, and the legend of Shen Nong, the “divine farmer”, who taught the Chinese the art of growing tea leaves and agriculture as a whole. The official origins of tea can be traced down to southwestern China in the Yunnan province, where it was first used
In Dick Lee's self-produced album entitled The Mad Chinaman (1989), he mimicked Western homogenizations of Asia by prancing about in an androgynous traditional gold Chinese opera costume and pink and white ‘exotic wayang’ make-up in order to give it a degree of familiar banality. (Mitchell cited in Iwabuchi, Muecke and Thomas, 2004) Despite coming from a financially comfortable, English-speaking background, he deliberately incorporates Malay folk and Chinese pop music into his works and uses colloquial Singapore English that is a marker of the local. (Souchou, 2001) Similarly, local fashion designer Ong Shunmugam takes rich colours, fabrics and icons of the past to be recreated in her modern collections, referencing everything from ‘colonial-era vegetation, military intervention, South East Asian architecture [to] handicraft’, manifesting the Oriental tropes in her designs. (Shunmugam cited in Bruce, 2011) There is little awareness about the original meaning of the cultural symbols as a result of her repurposing in her collection, with these motifs contributing and further adding to the perceived image of the