Labanotation

[n] - a system of notation for dance movements that uses symbols to represent points on a dancer`s body and the direction of the dancer`s movement and the tempo and the dynamics
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Labanotation

noun a system of notation for dance movements that uses symbols to represent points on a dancer`s body and the direction of the dancer`s movement and the tempo and the dynamics
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labanotation

system of recording human movement, originated by the Hungarian-born dance theorist Rudolf Laban.[3 related articles]
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Labanotation

Comprehensive system of accurate dance notation (Kinetographie Laban) devised in 1928 by Rudolf von Laban. It uses a set of graphic symbols arranged on a vertical staff that represents the human body. The varying length of the symbols indicates the timing of the movements. It is commonly used as a means of copyright protection fo...
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Labanotation

Labanotation or Kinetography Laban is a notation system for recording and analyzing human movement that was created by Rudolf Laban and further developed by Ann Hutchinson Guest and others. It is used as a type of dance notation and in other applications including Laban Movement Analysis, robotics, and human movement simulation. Technical standard
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