Dance Notation Bureau Collection 1930-


Dance Notation Bureau Collection 1930-

The Dance Notation Bureau Collection contains original manuscripts of scores and other materials that contribute to the DNB mission to advance the art of dance through the use of notation. The majority of the dance scores in the collection have been created using the symbol system called Labnotation. These scores include works by artists such as George Balachine, Paul Taylor, Antony Tudor, Bill T. Jones, Doris Humphrey, William Forsythe, José Limón, Laura Dean, and about 155 others. The Dance Notation Bureau is a non-profit organization which assists in staging works from score. The Dance Notation Bureau's Extension for Education and Research is located at The Ohio State University.





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