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Module 1 consisted of each individual dance pupil being instructed to perform a solo dance, which was to last between two and three minutes in duration and based on one of the four-dance stimulus.
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Module 1 consisted of each individual dance pupil being instructed to perform a solo dance,
which was to last between two and three minutes in duration and based on one of the four-
dance stimulus. After much consideration I chose the stimulus based on Henri Matisse "Blue
Nudes." The "Blue Nudes" were three individual and unique abstract poses of a woman, the
body being blue in colour and the background white,
My immediate response to the entire stimulus was to select either the poem "Trinity at Low
Tide" or the "Blue Nudes." The "Four elements" would be very difficult to compose a dance
for because of the necessity to make use of the different planes, when the Isshin Emerging
music was first played, my immediate response would be that it would be an original piece of
music to construct a dance to. However after careful consideration, the sensible conclusion
was that perhaps too difficult to be influenced by another countries music and their traditions
without actually partaking in the dancing style that would have originally been used to the
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