menu
{ "item_title" : "José Limón and La Malinche", "item_author" : [" Patricia Seed "], "item_description" : "JosLim n (1908-1972) was one of the leading figures of modern dance in the twentieth century. Hailed by the New York Times as the finest male dancer of his time when the JosLim n Dance Company debuted in 1947, Lim n was also a renowned choreographer who won two Dance Magazine Awards and a Capezio Dance Award, two of dance's highest honors. In addition to directing his own dance company, Lim n served as artistic director of the Lincoln Center's American Dance Theater and also taught choreography at the Juilliard School for many years.In this volume, scholars and artists from fields as diverse as dance history, art history, Mesoamerican ethnohistory, Mexican American studies, music studies, and Mexican history come together to explore one of JosLim n's masterworks, the ballet La Malinche. Offering many points of entry into the dance, they examine La Malinche from various angles, such as Lim n's life story and the influence of his Mexican heritage on his work, an analysis of the dance itself, the musical score composed by Norman Lloyd, the visual elements of props and costumes, the history and myth of La Malinche (the indigenous woman who served the Spanish conquistador Hern n Cort s as interpreter and mistress), La Malinche's continuing presence in Mexican American culture, and issues involved in a modern restaging of the dance.Also included in the book is a DVD written and directed by Patricia Harrington Delaney that presents the ballet in its entirety, accompanied by expert commentary that sets La Malinche within its artistic and historical context.", "item_img_path" : "https://covers3.booksamillion.com/covers/bam/0/29/271/735/0292717350_b.jpg", "price_data" : { "retail_price" : "34.95", "online_price" : "34.95", "our_price" : "34.95", "club_price" : "34.95", "savings_pct" : "0", "savings_amt" : "0.00", "club_savings_pct" : "0", "club_savings_amt" : "0.00", "discount_pct" : "10", "store_price" : "" } }
José Limón and La Malinche|Patricia Seed
José Limón and La Malinche : The Dancer and the Dance [With DVD]
local_shippingFor Delivery
On Order. Usually ships in 2-4 weeks
This item is Non-Returnable.
FREE Shipping for Club Members help

Overview

Jos Lim n (1908-1972) was one of the leading figures of modern dance in the twentieth century. Hailed by the New York Times as "the finest male dancer of his time" when the Jos Lim n Dance Company debuted in 1947, Lim n was also a renowned choreographer who won two Dance Magazine Awards and a Capezio Dance Award, two of dance's highest honors. In addition to directing his own dance company, Lim n served as artistic director of the Lincoln Center's American Dance Theater and also taught choreography at the Juilliard School for many years.

In this volume, scholars and artists from fields as diverse as dance history, art history, Mesoamerican ethnohistory, Mexican American studies, music studies, and Mexican history come together to explore one of Jos Lim n's masterworks, the ballet La Malinche. Offering many points of entry into the dance, they examine La Malinche from various angles, such as Lim n's life story and the influence of his Mexican heritage on his work, an analysis of the dance itself, the musical score composed by Norman Lloyd, the visual elements of props and costumes, the history and myth of La Malinche (the indigenous woman who served the Spanish conquistador Hern n Cort s as interpreter and mistress), La Malinche's continuing presence in Mexican American culture, and issues involved in a modern restaging of the dance.

Also included in the book is a DVD written and directed by Patricia Harrington Delaney that presents the ballet in its entirety, accompanied by expert commentary that sets La Malinche within its artistic and historical context.

This item is Non-Returnable

  • ISBN-13: 9780292717350
  • ISBN-10: 0292717350
  • Publisher: University of Texas Press
  • Publish Date: January 2008
  • Dimensions: 9 x 6.36 x 0.78 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 1 pounds
  • Page Count: 208