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The Story Of Irish Dance

Author : Helen Brennan
ISBN : 9781589790032
Genre : Music
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From early accounts of dance customs in medieval Ireland to the present, Helen Brennan offers an authoritative look at the evolution of Irish dance. Every type of dance from social to traditional to clergy is included. Brennan takes care to explain the different styles and traditions that evolved from different parts of Ireland; which results in some lively discussions as people reminisce over old favorites. She also discusses how dance evolved to become such an important part of Ireland's culture and history. An appendix is offered to help explain the various steps involved in each style of dance including the Munster or Southern style, Single Shuffle, Double Shuffle, Treble Shuffle, the Heel Plant, the Cut, the Rock or Puzzle, the Drum, the Sean Nos Dance Style of Connemara, and the Northern Style.

Complete Irish Dancer Optimization Of Health And Performance In Irish Dancers

Author : Roisin Cahalan
ISBN : 1536173894
Genre : Dancers
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Irish dancing has emerged as a leading genre among the pantheon of world dance forms. Few traditional art forms have resonated so deeply with the international community, resulting in the establishment of thousands of Irish dancing schools across the globe. Irish dancing is a unique fusion of the athletic and the aesthetic, stylistically distinctive and constantly evolving. At the elite level, it is a hugely competitive activity, placing enormous physical and psychological demands on the dancer, teacher, parent and healthcare professional. The exponential increase in these demands and the relentless calendar of prestigious Irish dancing competitions internationally has resulted in significant levels of injury and underperformance in these dancer athletes. Unlike other more established dance forms such as ballet and contemporary dance, there is a lack of clear information and guidance related to the specific nature and demands of Irish dancing. This book will provide this information and guidance by drawing on best evidence and research-based findings and expertise from leading authorities in the world of dance science and anthropology, sport science, medicine, dietetics and psychology. The book is edited and co-authored by Dr. Róisín Cahalan, who is the world's leading researcher of injury in Irish dancers. Dr. Cahalan is also a chartered physiotherapist with over a decade of experience treating Irish dancers of all levels, the former lead female dancer from "Riverdance: The Show" and an Irish dancing teacher and adjudicator with An Coimisiún Le Rincí Gaelacha. The book will provide historical context for the growth and development of Irish dancing, insights into the etiology and epidemiology of Irish dance injury, and provide information and advice on appropriate preparation and environmental considerations for healthy Irish dancers. Chapters to enhance physical and psychological resilience and preparedness for the very specific demands of Irish dancing are presented. These include bespoke strength, conditioning and flexibility programs, goal-setting, managing competition anxiety, mental imagery and mindfulness, and sleep optimization. Appropriate training load prescription, tapering and the balance between rest and rehearsal will be explored, as will the most suitable diet to support the Irish dancer. Injury prevention, risk minimization and management are additionally discussed in the book. There is consideration given to the specific needs of certain dancer groups, such as the elite adolescent Irish dancer, the professional touring dancer, and the older dancer. The pivotal role of the parent in impacting the health and performance of the younger dancer is also explored. This book will be an invaluable resource to all those persons involved in the management of Irish dancers including teachers, parents, choreographers, dance company managers, strength and conditioning personnel, clinical professionals and dancers themselves. It will provide scientifically robust, but practical and applicable advice and information to ensure longevity, peak-performance and holistic wellbeing in Irish dancers.

The Complete Guide To Irish Dance

Author : Frank Whelan
ISBN : UCSC:32106017511194
Genre : Performing Arts
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Irish dancing has never been more popular. In recent years, the success of Riverdance and Lord of the Dance has enthralled audiences worldwide. The Complete Guide to Irish Dance offers a comprehensive history of all aspects of Irish dance, from its ancient origins right up to the present day. The book gives detailed information about Irish dancing from the first day a dancer enrolls at a dance school, right through the different levels of competition up to the World Championship. Special attention is paid to music, costume, embroidery and shoes. With clear and simple instructions and diagrams for 30 popular Irish dances, as well as step-by-step photos demonstrating arm and body positions for reels, jigs and hornpipes, this book will be of great benefit to anyone with an interest in or a love of Irish dance.

The Terminology Of Irish Dance

Author : Órfhlaith Ní Bhriain
ISBN : 0981492401
Genre : History
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This concise glossary of Irish dance terms is intended for the active Irish dancer and teacher as well as for the researcher. The Terminology of Irish Dance covers dances and technical vocabulary for social and theatrical forms, as well as for the complex world of Irish dance competitions. Terms in both English and Irish Gaelic are included.

The Irish Dancing

Author : Barbara O'Connor
ISBN : 1782050418
Genre : Performing Arts
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Partly thematic, partly chronological, this account of dance in Ireland emerges out of a broader interest in the body in society as well as in the construction of national and gender identities. It comprises seven chapters each of which addresses a particular form of cultural identity. These include national, ethnic, gender, social class, postmodern and global identities. It is structured in such a way that many of the chapters are devoted to a specific identity formation while issues of gender and social class are interwoven into most chapters. Underpinning the discussion throughout is the assumption that dance both reflects and produces the social, cultural and politic contexts within which it is performed and represented. This is so because bodily movement including dance reflects societal structures, norms and values as attested to by sociologists and dance scholars alike. Interwoven into the dance narrative, therefore, is the flow of Irish society over this time; a flow that incorporates social stability and social change, tradition and modernity, men and women, rural and urban, as well as the local, the national and the global.

Irish Dancing

Author : Angeline King
ISBN : 0648592073
Genre : History
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A history of the festival tradition of Irish dancing, tracing its story from the folk dances of the 1700s to the modern festivals still held throughout Northern Ireland. The book narrates the story of how Catholic and Protestant children danced together in halls throughout Ulster, even when bombs splintered communities and deepened mistrust.

Irish Dance

Author : Arthur Flynn
ISBN : STANFORD:36105023461853
Genre : Folk dancing, Irish
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Irish Dancing Costume

Author : Martha Robb
ISBN : 0946172609
Genre : Costume
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Irish dancing costume evolved from the Celtic Revival aspiration to a distinctive national Irish dress. Inspired by what was known or believed about medieval and ancient Gaelic dress, costumes reflecting Ireland's glorious past were invented and made with Irish textiles. At the height of the Revival, some Irish nationalists wore Irish costume on special occasions, such as Gaelic League's Oireachtas exhibitions. Alongside the new interest in national costume, Irish dancing was being revived, and before long it became customary to wear distinctively Irish costumes for dancing, especially in competition. In the past two to three decades, Irish dancing costume evolved rapidly, culminating in the elaborate and heavily embroidered, appliqued and decorated costumes that are popular with dancers today. The latest influence on Irish dancing costume is Riverdance, which inspires a shorter, lighter style.

Competitive Irish Dance

Author : Frank Hall
ISBN : IND:30000124533450
Genre : History
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What happens when you put an expressive form in a competitive frame? This question motivates Frank Hall's study of competitive Irish stepdancing. He examines this dance tradition—from the organization of competitions to the movement of dancers' bodies—in relation to themes of authority, authenticity, and control. Irish stepdancing, known for many decades primarily in ethnic enclaves, expanded tremendously as Riverdance and other shows took this dance form to new performance contexts on the world stage. In describing and analyzing the history and development of competitive stepdancing in Ireland, the United States, and beyond, Hall reveals the issues, forces, and values that entwine all participants, including competition organizers, judges, dancers, parents, and teachers. Investigating the process of teaching and learning the movement and analyzing its stage performance, he elucidates the syntactic and semantic dimensions of Irish dancing as a body language.

European Dance

Author : Robin Rinaldi
ISBN : 9781604134803
Genre : Juvenile Nonfiction
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Introduces the history, methods of teaching, ceremonial styles, basic steps, and famous figures of traditional Irish, Polish, Greek, and Spanish dance.

Aspects Of The History Of Irish Dancing In Ireland England New Zealand North America And Australia

Author : John P. Cullinane
ISBN : 095279523X
Genre : Folk dancing, Irish
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Irish Dance Diary 2020

Author : Royal People Journals
ISBN : 1656654113
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The Ultimate Diary, Planner, Journal for Irish Dancers Worldwide. Suitable for beginners to Champions. With Training schedules of 2 or 3 sessions per week and weekends dedicated to competitions, not to mention their other non-dancing activities, this planner will be a tool that no dedicated Irish Dancer should be without. It also makes the perfect keepsake to look back on all your memoires of a dancer in years to come. Competitive Irish Dancing takes an enormous amount of dedication and organisation which all needs careful planning. This 2020 Journal would make a beautiful and useful gift for yourself or the Irish dancer in your life and includes the following pages with illustrations Note: This journal is also available in a color version at a price of $28.99 (Stg�19.99) - 2020 Diary Planner - Week per View. Use this for all your important dancing date reminders, feis, shows, classes, physio appointments etc. - Year at a Glance Page - Practice Notes Page to keep you focused. Space for noting down what you or your teacher feels you need to focus on in the coming week and any information you wish to record regarding your practice schedule. - Feis Day Record Sheet where you can note down the dances you are competing in, your results and adjudicator names and any other noteworthy items about the Feis that day. - Place to note down your dancing Goals for 2020 to keep you motivated. - End of Year Page where you congratulate yourself for all your hard work throughout the year and mark your dancing achievements! - Ultimate Feis Day Preparation Checklist. Being organised, especially if there is travel involved, means less stress and pressure, leaving you to give all your energy and focus to your dancing. - Nutritional Tips specific for Irish Dancers focusing on types of foods that should be eaten before, during and after classes and competitions for optimum performance. - Lined pages at the back of the journal for any additional note taking

Irish Dancing Costumes

Author : Martha Robb
ISBN : 1860590691
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The first & only book on the design, origin, & evolution of the Irish dancing costume up to Riverdance. Contemporary dancing costume evolved from the desire to establish a distinctive national dress style in Ireland at the turn of the century.

Steps In Time

Author : Kathleen M. Flanagan
ISBN : 0981492460
Genre : Folk dancing, Irish
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Cassie The Irish Dancing Gnome

Author : Jennifer Lang Boehl
ISBN : 1984373196
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Emily and Josephine lived in the woods. They wore frilly long dresses and pointy red hoods. They set off to see Cassie, the Irish Dancing Gnome, and began their long journey to her tiny mushroom home. Cassie, the Irish Dancing Gnome is the third book in the Gnome Series by Jennifer Lang Boehl. This fun, adventurous story follows twin gnomes on their journey through the woods. Along the way, they meet some quirky characters that help them find their way to Cassie's house just in time for some Irish dancing. This colorful, whimsical tale is completely done in rhyme and is sure to be a favorite.

Close To The Floor

Author : Mick Moloney
ISBN : 0981492444
Genre : History
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Close to the Floor brings together a distinguished and diverse cast of dance ethnographers, dancers, teachers, choreographers, and dance historians to discuss and reflect on a variety of topics in the world of Irish step dance and related percussive dance forms. This volume includes essays that originated at a symposium held at New York University in 2006 to commemorate the tenth anniversary of “Riverdance.” The contributor list is impressive and includes the most well-known names in both Irish dancing scholarship and performance.

Mullins School Of Irish Dance

Author : Jackie Mullins
ISBN : 9781499043259
Genre : Biography & Autobiography
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This book is about a girl named Ginny and her friends, who all dance Irish dancing. Ginny is injured and will not be able to compete in Nationals but still goes since her mom is the dance teacher. She soon finds out that there is something suspicious going on with a dance mom who works at the hotel where they stay. The girls and a very handsome young boy they meet try to solve the mystery of why so many strange things are happening around them.

A Study Of The History Of Irish Dance From The Ceili To The Popular Phenomenon Of Riverdance

Author : Heather-Leigh Owens
ISBN : OCLC:1152558908
Genre : Folk dancing
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Maureen S Irish Dance On The Stars

Author : Melanie Eitelman
ISBN : 1788302532
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It's a beautiful summer's day in Ireland and Maureen dreams of dancing to the piper's tune. Can a trip to the moon, via a rainbow and a whimsical umbrella, make Maureen's dream come true?

Step Dancing In Ireland

Author : Catherine E. Foley
ISBN : 9781317050056
Genre : Performing Arts
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For many people step dancing is associated mainly with the Irish step-dance stage shows, Riverdance and Lord of the Dance, which assisted both in promoting the dance form and in placing Ireland globally. But, in this book, Catherine Foley illustrates that the practice and contexts of step dancing are much more complicated and fluid. Tracing the trajectory of step dancing in Ireland, she tells its story from roots in eighteenth-century Ireland to its diverse cultural manifestations today. She examines the interrelationships between step dancing and the changing historical and cultural contexts of colonialism, nationalism, postcolonialism and globalization, and shows that step dancing is a powerful tool of embodiment and meaning that can provoke important questions relating to culture and identity through the bodies of those who perform it. Focusing on the rural European region of North Kerry in the south-west of Ireland, Catherine Foley examines three step-dance practices: one, the rural Molyneaux step-dance practice, representing the end of a relatively long-lived system of teaching by itinerant dancing masters in the region; two, Rinceoirí na Ríochta, a dance school representative of the urbanized staged, competition orientated practice, cultivated by the cultural nationalist movement, the Gaelic League, established at the end of the nineteenth century, and practised today both in Ireland and abroad; and three, the stylized, commoditized, folk-theatrical practice of Siamsa Tíre, the National Folk Theatre of Ireland, established in North Kerry in the 1970s. Written from an ethnochoreological perspective, Catherine Foley provides a rich historical and ethnographic account of step dancing, step dancers and cultural institutions in Ireland.

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