Dance: Quiz


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Question 1: Historic illustrations of dancing from 3300 B.C. to 1911 A.D. from ________
Google BooksAmazon KindleProject Gutenberg AustraliaProject Gutenberg

Question 2: Dance has certainly been an important part of ceremony, rituals, celebrations and entertainment since before the birth of the earliest human ________.
Societal collapseSocietyCultureCivilization

Question 3: ________, developed by Rudolf Steiner and Marie Steiner-von Sivers, combines formal elements reminiscent of traditional dance with the new freer style, and introduced a complex new vocabulary to dance.
AnthroposophyEurythmyAnthroposophical SocietyWaldorf education

Question 4: Popular examples of this are TV programs ________ and Strictly Come Dancing.
Bruno TonioliLen GoodmanDancing with the StarsDancing with the Stars (U.S. TV series)

Question 5: In the early 1920s, dance studies (dance practice, critical theory, ________ and history) began to be considered an academic discipline.
TonalityClaude DebussyMusical analysisClassical music

Question 6: Ethnochoreology, encompassing the dance-related aspects of ________, cultural studies, gender studies, area studies, postcolonial theory, ethnography, etc.
CultureSocial sciencesAnthropologySocial anthropology

Question 7: In the 1920s, important founders of the new style such as ________ and Doris Humphrey began their work.
Paul Taylor Dance CompanyNew York City BalletMartha GrahamAmerican Ballet Theatre

Question 8: The Punjab area overlapping India and Pakistan is the place of origin of ________.
Hip-hop danceB-boyingBhangraDance

Question 9: During the reign of ________, himself a dancer, dance became more codified.
Louis XV of FranceLouis XIV of FranceLouis XIII of FranceHouse of Bourbon

Question 10: Dance may also be regarded as a form of nonverbal communication between humans, and is also performed by other ________ (bee dance, patterns of behaviour such as a mating dance).

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