- Modern dance--Germany
- found: European Tanztheater, c1997: voice-over at beginning of film (Tanztheater: a tradition in German modern dance, beginning with Rudolf Laban in the 1920's through Pina Bausch in the Wupperthaler Tanztheater; choreographers establish their own criteria, and though there is an underlying commonality, accurately reflects the cultural and political climate in Europe today.)
- found: International encyc. of dance: v. 3, p. 156 (Tanztheater: ballet that emphasized dramatic content; often performed at the Komische Oper Berlin under the choreographer Tom Schilling) p. 162 (West German writings on Tanztheater was important in dance history) v. 6, p. 690 (Tanztheater (dance genre))
- found: RLIN, Mar. 5, 1998 (Tanztheater; local NYPL subject hdg.)
- notfound: Tanzlexikon, c1985;Wörterbuch des Tanzsports, c1990;International dict. of ballet;Dance encyc., 1967;Concise Oxford dict. of ballet, 1982
- 1998-07-24: new
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