choreography

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Synonyms for choreography

the representation of dancing by symbols as music is represented by notes

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a notation used by choreographers

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Choregraphy is another who likes it here, being unbeaten in two starts, but stamina is a worry for both, although horses leaving the speed-oriented yard of David Nicholls often stay further than they did for him, so I would not totally rule out Choreography on that score.
The choregraphy is by Gauri Sharma Tripathi, a leading exponent of modern Kathak dance.
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Robert Cohan, whose association with Scottish Ballet started in 1993 with A Midsummer Night's Dream, provides the choregraphy and Carl Davis the music.
Yet the redundant symmetry of the choregraphy signified a dead end rather than a catalystic meeting of talent.
Billed as a 'sizzler', the show did reach high temperatures in parts, with slick choregraphy, some strong vocal performances and a booming orchestra.
Much more animated was "L'Espagne," the second entree from Andre Campra's L'Europe Galante, with choregraphy by Guillaume Louis Pecour as it was published in 1700 and 1704.