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    “The Rite of Spring” was certainly the most controversial piece of orchestral music of its time. The piece, composed by the Russian Composer Igor Stravinsky, included lots of uncommon musical elements. But was it really that uncommon? The world-changing ballet, “The Rite of Spring” was so controversial when it debuted in 1913, because it completely contradicted the common rhythmic and harmonic languages of most of the music at the time. The choreography and costumes were also a main part of the reason

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    “The Rite of Spring” was certainly the most controversial piece of orchestral music of its time. The piece, composed by the Russian Composer Igor Stravinsky, included a great deal of uncommon musical elements. But was it really that uncommon? The world-changing ballet, “The Rite of Spring” was so controversial when it debuted in 1913, because it completely contradicted the common rhythmic and harmonic languages of the music at the time. The choreography and costumes were a main part of the reason

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    5. How has Australian Dance Theatre changed as a company since its foundation in 1965? Australian Dance Theatre, established in 1965 by Elizabeth Cameron Dalman, is the longest standing contemporary dance company in Australia, recently celebrating 50 years. Whilst the company has created a remarkable 50 years of innovative and original work, many state that the concepts and ideas have vastly changed from the company Dalman established. Over the last five decades, Australian Dance Theatre has continued

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    Mexico - May - 2013 Day one. It’s hot and humid and there are free drinks everywhere I turn. Our first day in Playa del Carmen (a coastal resort town in Mexico) is off to a wonderful beginning as I lay on the beach at 11AM with a Pina Colada in my hands. I say “hands” because this drink requires two hands in order to hold the giant margarita fishbowl filled to the rim with this sweet, delicious, boozy beverage. Spending the afternoon getting tipsy on the beach and playing in the warm salty waves

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    Stereotyping In Nursing

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    Introduction Since the ancient age of medicine till the present times, nurses and their professionalization through the exposure to advanced education and latest techniques has been a subject of very many significant debates. Worldwide, nurses have developed themselves into professionals with a great deal of knowledge, as witnessed by the development of nursing protocols and guidelines. Despite these progresses, it has been concluded by many studies and a thesis that nurse are not able to avail the

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    Pia Bausch Rite Of Spring

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    Pina Bausch 's version of Le Sacre du Printemps or The Rite of Spring has a reputation as one of the best versions ever done . The Russian composer Igor Stravinsky composed the original piece. He wrote it for the 1913 Paris season of Sergei Diaghilev 's Ballets Russes Company . Vaslav Nijinsky was the original choreographer . The Rite of Spring tells the story of a ritual tribe or a society celebrating the advent of spring by sacrificing a maiden to revive the sun, and to lengthen the days for growing

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