Notation

Author Article Year Vol Pages
Anon. First International Council 23
Anon. Second International Conference 27
Anon. Third International Conference 31
Anon. Fourth International Conference 35
Anon. Ninth International Conference 55
Anon. Tenth International Conference 59
Archbutt, S. Choreology in Education and Dance 39
Archbutt, S. International Council of Laban Kinetography 2005 24.2 p.6,7
Archbutt, S. Questions for the Experts – Ann Hutchinson-Guest 2005 24.2 pp.7-9
Archbutt, S. On Movement Observation and Recording 2007 26.4 pp.4-6
Causley, M. A Language for Movement – Benesh Notation 40
Foley, C. The Application of Labanotation to Irish Traditional Step-Dance 1994 13.4 pp.3,4
Hutchinson, A. A New Look at an Old Friend 17
Hutchinson, A. A Survey of Systems of Dance Notation Part 1 37
Hutchinson, A. A Survey of Systems of Dance Notation Part 2 38
Hutchinson-Guest, A. The Language of Dance 1983 70 May
Hutchinson-Guest, A. Language of Dance for All 1992 11.2 p.3
Hutchinson-Guest, A. Madame dai Ai-Lian Honoured 2005 24.2 pp.9-10
Hutchinson-Guest, A. An Austrian Experience 2016 35.2 pp.12-13
Jarrell, J. ICKL Conference 2005 2005 24.3 pp.14-15
Jarrell, J. From Labanotation to Performance 2005 24.4 p.16
Lange, R. Principles Underlying the Universality of Laban’s Movement Notation 58
Longstaff, J.S. A “Free Space Vector” Approach to Laban’s Choreutics 2001 20.2 pp. 10-11
Panet, B. “Squiggle Writing” and the use of Laban Effort Actions in Teaching Students of Acting 2011 30.1 p.5
Preston, V. The Birth of Labanotation 13
Preston, V. Thoughts on Teaching with Motif Writing 42
Preston, V. Looking Back: Some Articles that caught our Eye. December 1954. Special Birthday Number. The Birth of Labanotation. 1999 18.4 pp.7,15
Shilkousky, N. Labanotation for Ethnomusicologists 21
Slater, E.A. Observation, Notation, Analysis. 1999 18.1 pp.3-4
Snell-Friedburg, G. The Beginnings of Kinetography Laban 63
Ullmann, L. An International Congress of Dance and Movement Notation 10
Wilson, L. Motif Writing 49