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Published on Jan 7, 2013
Bach Ciaccona from the 2nd partita in D minor for violin solo Tanja Skok: movement Xavier Diaz-Latorre: baroque lute
Bach/e-Motion is a meeting place where music and movement follow their own individual lines, but together they create a unique field of communication between each other.
It questions many issues about the use of music for dance. The evening is composed of three parts: • Reconstruction- presenting the music and dance in the tight relation following the French 18.century repertory with "Les caracteres de la danse" by Jean-Féry Rebel, • Deconstruction- the suite for lute 995 by J.S.Bach confronted with the fusion of baroque dance vocabulary and personal movement expression, • Creation- dance in dialogue with the Chaconne from Partita in D minor by J.S. Bach.
In the baroque time the two vocabularies were connected under strictly codified rules, but today all the borders and limitations have fallen and we are in a quest for finding new relations between these two worlds, that have always had in common one thing: they evoked emotional response.