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April 28, 1952

Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 10

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|0 _t-.NO*fhV«Si A*Krt*»A» flMti. Recital Of Interpretive Dance Draws Praise And Criticism From Reviewer By BRUCE BENWARI) Yesterday the concert hall nt\ the Fine Arts Center was t h e ; scene of a unique recital of inter- { pretive dance by Eleanor King, ; professor of modern dance at the ; University. Kenneth Osborne, or; .Kanist, provided the musical settings. The first composition was a Fusue on a Kyrie by Couperin, j and was interpreted in the fashion of a ceremonial rite by Mi. c s King. Her motions were most appropriate In the style of the music, and the effect was that of a religious r i t u a l with deep emor.on. Following the Couperin were two Bach Chorale Preludes. These seemed to be the least meaningful of all the dances. It seems incongruous that the polyphony of Bach should be combined with any other art form. Such abstraction is impossible to catch in the dance, although Mirs King's interpretations were graceful, elegant, and dramatically executed. Perhaps the most effective dance of the afternoon was the "Mother of Tears" by Ttculter. The combination of music and dance was perfect in this work, and the choreography evidenced g r e a t strength of power of movement. The rhythm of the music was pleasingly accentuated by the fiuick angular motions of the dancer. The f i n a l work of the afternoon was the Sonata No. 1 by Hindemith. The dance was divided into four sections: Air, Water, Fire, and Earth. Miss King's costumes combined _ with her artistic and original interpretations made this number a definite success. Abstract symbols representing the NO-IF TONSILS WERE INVOLVED, HE WOULDN'T H/VE GIVEN US THIS THATS A PROFESSIONAL STABBING.' PLACEMENT OF THE KNIFEinTHE ANCLE, EVERYTHING.' THE DOT VIEW SMOW-WITH TONSILS.'. MAN. WELL KILL'EM? !·( SOU AIN'T KIDDIN'.' DUDES OUT OF THE RACKETS, ALL RIGHT-IE HARD a sparkling smile is important By J. R..Williams JUST A MINUTE.' YX/ WELL, SO HE'LL BE IN AFTER. ) f tOES HE -HIS BlkE, ANC? 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These were lighted most effectively by Jo''Garner, and the fusion of the three arts was cnm- p 1 e t e. Mr. Osborne'.- per- /ormance of the H l n d c m i l h wns · clear, well balanced, and aporop- I riatc for the dance, but it is ! doubtful if anyone ( i n c l u d i n g the 1 composer) had ever thought of t'-e four movcmenis of t'lis ponata ns representina n'f, v.'alnr. f i r n . snrt earth. It would from t h a t they might, just as well have been in i the rnvei-.se order. Nonetheless, the dance recital ' was a success, and it cannot be disputed t h a t Eleanor King is a dancer of considerable artistry. It may he pointed nut t h a t the con- cert hall is a poor place to hold such a program. The audience nearly outdid the performer in seeking an advantageous position in which to view the stage. The scats are too low and not properly placed. 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