Laban Lectures

Author Article Year Vol Pages
Arnaud Reid, L. Movement and Meaning 1970 45 pp.5-31
Bridson, V. Rudolf Laban – lecture with slides (notes by
Su Johnston)
1983 71 pp.19-21
Brinson, P. Laban Lecture 1984 1984 72 pp.2-6
Bodmer, W. Laban Lecture 2004 2005 24.1 pp.4-8
Carlisle, A. The Laban Lecture 2000 19.3 pp.4-5,14
Carlisle, A. Choric Art: Charting the History of the
Movement Choir
2014 33.2 pp.9-17
Dunn, M. Sylvia Bodmer and Lisa Ullmann 1982 68 pp.5-9
Hamby, C. The Dance Artist in Education 1981 66 pp.9-20
Hill, C. Laban Lecture – Veronica Sherborne 1991 80 pp.16-24
Hutchinson-Guest, A. Language of Dance 1983 70 pp.9-15
Hutchinson-Guest, A. Labanotation 2013 32.2 p.4
Hutchinson-Guest, A. Laban: My Experience of him and how his work was carried forward (Clare Lidbury) 2019 38.2 p.8
Kennedy, D. The Roots of Artistic Expression 1966 36 pp.55-56
Killingbeck, M. Elements of Analysis in Dance Making and Re… 2016 35.2 pp.16-23
Laban, R. The Art of Movement in the School – ‘..’the practising of the principles of the art of movement has its justification in its educational value as a preparation for life.’ 1952 8 pp.10-16
Laban, R. The Art of Movement – ‘The two aspects of movement are meditation and extraneous flow – relaxation and action are the keys of life.’ 1954 12 pp.22-25
Laban, R. The Three R’s of the Art of Movement Practice – ‘Recreation, Research, Rehabilitation were foremost in the mind of the young generation who first undertook the new movement work…’ 1955 14 pp.12-17
Laban, R. Movement – ‘Two currents live in man, the organisation of inner movement and that of outer thinking, or of becoming aware of the deeper content of life.’ 1956 16 pp.8-11
Laban, R. Movement, an Art and a Philosophy – ‘The fascinating and elating responses elicited from the spectator and the performer alike through works of the art of movement have their main root in the awakening of the unconscious functions of man’s mind.’ 1957 18 pp.6-13
Laban, R. The World of Rhythm and Harmony – ‘Many people will associate this world, with the realm of music. Few people realise that all music is produced by movements of the body.’ 1958 20 pp.6-9
Laban, R. Dance in General (as given in 1939) 1961 26 May
Laban, R. Paper One – Creative Forces 1962 28 May
Laban, R. Paper Two 1962 29 Nov
Layson, J. Laban in Context 1992 11.3 pp.3,8
Lamb, W. Movement as a Common Denominator 1986 75 Sep
Lange, R. Dance – The Mirror of Human Condition 1979 62 May
Lewis, H. The Laban Lecture (Part 1) 2001 20.3 pp.6-7
Lewis, H. The Laban Lecture (Part 2) 2001 20.4 p.11
Lidbury, C. Rudolf Laban and Kurt Jooss: the good, the bad and the very (un)fortunate 2015 34.2 pp.5-10
Lidbury, C. Jooss’ Legacy – Fathers, Daughters and Preserving the Assets 2017 36.2 pp.5-13
Meier, W. Non-Verbal Communication 1998 17.2 pp.6-12
Meier, W. The Art of Characterisation in Theatre – A Laban Approach 2011 30.2 pp.4-6
Meredith-Jones, B. Various contributions 1984 73 Nov
Michelle, S. The Green Table 1985 74 Nov
Moore, C-L. Beyond Words 1987 76 May
Moore, C-L. Reconsidering Laban’s Theory of Movement
Harmony
2007 26.2 pp.29-34
Newlove, J. Various contributions 2007 26.2 pp.29-34
Newlove, J. Laban Lecture 1990 79 May
North, M. Laban Lecture 1964 32 May
North, M. The Laban Lecture Revisited 2010 29.1 pp.20-23
North, M. Movement and Meaning 2010 29.2 pp.4-7
Penfield, K. Various contributions 1984 73 Nov
Preston-Dunlop, V. Dance then and now 1993 12.2 insert
Preston-Dunlop, V. Rudolf Laban, Man of Theatre 2012 31.2 pp.10-13
Russell, J. Artefact or Expression 1974 52 May
Schiller, C. Education 1965 34
Semple, M. Various contributions 1984 73 Nov
Sievert, M. Laban Lecture – A New Sacred Dance Practice 2006 25.2 pp.8-15
Stephenson, G. Various contributions 1984 73 Nov
Stephenson, G. Laban Lecture 1989 78 May
Ullmann, L. The Importance of Dancing – ‘The rarity and distinction of man’s power of developing his capacity of free movement into an art is comparable with the rarity in Nature of precious stones, of magnetic metals and of radio-active substances.’ 1959 22 pp.5-17
Ullmann, L. Movement Education 1960 24
Wilson, H. Veronica Sherborne – a lecture by Cindi Hill 2003 22.2 p.9