Discussion on Role and Functions of Props in Dance

Qian CHEN

Abstract


The props always play an important role in dance works, including national folk dance, modern dance, classical dance, and ballet, etc., and more and more attention is paid to the application skills of props. The dance props can enhance the expressive force of dance works, depict characters’ inner world, create typical stage environment, convert the space and time, decorate stage color, and enhance dance atmosphere and dance rhythm. This paper will carry out analysis and discussion on functions of props in dance from macroscopic perspective.

Keywords


Props; Dance; Application

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References


Hu, L. (2008). Analysis on national folk dance props. Yi Hai Magazine, (4).

Liu, J. (1999). Discussion on function of communication of dance costumes and props. Journal of Beijing Dance Academy.




DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.3968/%25x

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