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Principles of Orientation in Space
The Body and the Kinesphere
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A-Scale action action-moods angle axis B-Scales backward bodily perspective body centre chain Chapter VII choreutic circle clockwise cluster connection corresponding cube cuboctahedron dance dance notation defence deviation diagonal direction diameters diatonic scale different diagonals dimension dimensional directions dimensional planes Dorothy Elmhirst dynamic dynamosphere emotional expression feeling five-rings flowing flux forward forward-backward four four-ring girdle gonal harmonic relations harmony icosahedral icosahedron inner instance kinesphere knot Laban labile zone lead lemniscate lemniscatic limbs ment missing diagonal move movement sequences natural sequences notation octahedron parallel path peripheral inclinations plane-like plastic possible primary scale Pythagoras relationships rhythm right arm right side right-left plane Rudolf Laban scaffolding seven-rings shadow-forms shape signal-points spatial stable zone steep steeple structure super-zone surface-lines symbols symmetry tension three-dimensional three-dimensional space three-rings tions trace-forms transversal standard scales triangles twelve twisted two-ring Vol-link volute volute volute