Timoun ak Emeline Michel, Pawòl yo

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Written on 6/02/2016 by Turenne


Timoun ak Emeline Michel


Pawòl chante-a






De tout bèl chante Emeline Michel ki konn enspire'm anpil, Timoun se zèv li ki plis touche'm. Pawòl zèv chante sa rejwenn yon ijans ke mwen santi nan zantray mwen pou nou sa rejte tout kalite laperèz epi louvri nanm nou, kontre youn ak lòt ant kat zye tout bon, epi fè sa nou tout byen konnen ki gen pou fèt pou n' rekòmanse.


Tankou Bayyinah Belo di li aklè...

"...depi ou konn misyon'w, ou ranmase'l ak kouraj... lemonn antye te mèt kont ou, pa pè, kanpe, fè'l..."

Bayyinah Belo


Timoun, pawòl pou nou chante epi danse ak Emeline Michel


Nou tonbe, men fò n' leve

Timoun, sa n' di n' pral rekòmanse
Nou genyen yon peyi pou n' rekole
Se tè manman n', Se byen papa n'
N'ap fè kwa, ya vin pile l'

Timoun sekwe kò n' leve kanpe
Sonje nou pa gen lechwa fò n' vanse
N'ap pentire, bale, wouze
N'ap triye bon grenn nan laye

Tout sa k' soti nan lanmou, pa gen danje
Ann rasanble, rekonsilye, nan tèt ansanm sekrè-a ye
Ayiti se pa n' li ye
Ann ba li zèl pou l' vole
Makonnen pou n' pwoteje trezò zansèt nou yo kite

Timoun, sa n' di fò n' rekòmanse
Tanpri ann pa mache gaye
Bouke preche, pa repwoche
Trouse manch nou pou n' beche

Veye, anpil je kale ap chache
Oun wout pou pwofite lò n' divize
Ann klotire, ann rebwaze byen pou pitit nou jwenn demen

Tout sa k' soti nan lanmou, pa gen danje
Ann rasanble, rekonsilye, se tèt ansanm sekrè-a ye
Ayiti se pa n' li ye
Ann ba li zèl pou l' vole
Makonnen pou n' pwoteje trezò zansèt nou yo kite

Nou pare, annou ay

Ye-i Ye-i Ye-i Yè Yè...
Mmmmmm

Lavi-a pa rekile, fò nou vanse, fò nou vanse

Wè....

Ann ale, Se sa, Se sa, annou ay
Ye-i Ye-i Ye-i Yè Yè
Se sa

Ye-i Ye-i Ye-i Yè Yè
Lavi pa rekile, fò n' vanse timoun...

Non non non, non non non non, lavi pa ka rekile
Non non non, non non non non, lavi pa ka rekile

Se sa, Se sa, Se sa
Lavi pa rekile, fò n' vanse timoun...

Eeeeeeee


Emeline Michel



Timoun ak Emeline Michel
Tout bagay kòmanse ak yon rèv...


Biografi (Sous: A propos de Emeline Michel, tradiksyon lib) 

Emeline Michel se larenn chante, Ayiti; pèfòmans li kaptive tout moun. Se youn nan premye moun nan jenerasyon li ki ekri chante, Ayiti. Li pwodi epi li monte sou sèn atravè lemonn nan karayib, Ewòp, Amerik dinò, Amererik disid, depi plis pase 20 lanne. Li chante an fransè tankou an krèyòl ayisyen epi 9 albòm li yo, Douvanjou ka leve, Pa gen manti nan sa, Rhum & Flamme, Tout Mon Temps, The Very Best, Ban'm Pase, Cordes et Âme, Rasin Kreyòl, Reine de Coeur, pwopilse li sou sèn entènasyonal la.


Emeline Michel, se yon atis ki nan kè tout Ayisyen deske li konbine rit tradisyonèl ak kontni sosyal, politik epi ki bay enspirasyon. Li fè pati jenerasyon mizisyen Ayisyen ki te emèje nan fen ane 1980 yo, tankou gitaris/vokalis, Beethova Obas, epi gwoup rasin, Boukman Eksperyans ak Boukan Guinen. Vag atis sa mete aksan sou tèm konplèks ki gen pawòl ak konsyans epi ki kouvri yon gran repètwa estil mizik ak konpa Ayisyen, twoubadou epi rara.


Emeline Michel fèt nan Gonayiv, Ayiti. Premye eksperyans mizik li, se te chante levanjil nan legliz lokalite-a. Apre'l fin konplete edikasyon li, Emeline aksepte yon opòtinite etid nan Jazz Detroit Center epi li retounen Ayiti kòm yon mizisyon pwofesyonèl. Li livre premye albòm li Douvanjou Ka Leve ak fòs siksè chante Plezi Mizè ke Beethova Obas te ekri.


Apre sa, li sòti  2 albòm, Tankou Melodie ak Flanm, ki pozisyone'l kòm youn nan tòp atis Ayiti ak Zantiy Fransè yo, ki fè yo vin rele'l Deyès Mizik Kreyòl la. Rive Lafrans, li vin yon ikòn nan mizik sou sèn tankou Festival Jazz Nice epi Teyat vil la. Li reponn prezan pou anpil envitasyon nan televizyon epi fè kouvèti magazin mizik ak kilti.


Apati de baz li Lafrans, travay Emeline vin rekonèt nan peyi ki pale fransè nan lemonn tankou Bèljik, Lafrik, Zantiy Fransè yo, Giyan Fransè, Kebèk epi menm Chili ak Japon.


Apre li fin siyen sou plizyè etikèt nan Lafrans, Kanada ak Etazini, Emeline fòme pwòp konpayi pwodiksyon li nan lane 1999, Pwodiksyon Cheval de Feu, ki pèmèt li gen kontwòl total sou karyè li ak vizyon atistik li.





Murmures à la jeunesse de Christiane Taubira

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Written on 5/11/2016 by Turenne


Murmures à la jeunesse


"la terre est ma patrie et l'humanité, ma famille"

~  Khalil Gibran




Par la danse, je montre le chemin du mieux-être intégral qu'est le mouvement conscient. Dans ces murmures à la jeunesse, Christiane Taubira questionne l'intégrité de nos mouvements conscients.


C'est dans l'intégrité de nos mouvements que nous dansons notre vie en équilibre et harmonie sur les fils complexes qui trament les vibrations de nos sociétés. 


Cette phrase de Salma Hayek, le coeur de la liberté, c'est le courage, m'a mise en questionnement.


Ces murmures à la jeunesse de Christiane Taubira met d'autant plus le questionnement en relief


Quelle sorte de courage nous mène au coeur de la liberté ? Qu'est-ce que l'essence du courage ?


Le courage de l'intégrité de nos mouvements, plus qu'un murmure, est le coeur de la liberté.









Nan Dòmi par/by Mimerose P. Beaubrun

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Written on 4/02/2016 by Turenne


Nan dòmi,
le récit d'une initiation vodou




Un cadeau d'amour à l'humanité...


Nan Dòmi est une magnifique danse de l'art de la parole avec la simplicité des coeurs sincères pour offrir une étude authentique de la conscience en éveil par la voie du vodou.


Nan Dòmi en éveil...

"...le vodou a une pratique publique extérieure - de rituels et de cérémonies-, mais également une dimension mystique intérieure qui a plus vocation à être pratiquée en privé...


Avant Nan Dòmi, les travaux sur le vodou se sont concentrés sur la première, c'est-à-dire la dimension publique, extérieure, de la religion et des us et coutumes qui l'entourent. Mimerose P. Beaubrun s'est proposé, tout d'abord, d'effectuer un travail du même ordre.


Mais après quelques décennies d'étude et de recherche, elle a perdu toutes ses notes, cassettes, photos et brouillons dans une inondation. Il ne restait plus rien que le noyau essentiel de ce qu'elle avait appris et intériorisé dans un lieu où ni feu ni eau ne pouvait le détruire.


Nan Dòmi est le seul récit offert au public jusqu'à présent d'une pratique du vodou privée, mystique, intérieure... Mimerose P. Beaubrun a étudié le vodou pendant la moitié de sa vie, mais elle en est aussi une adepte et dans son ouvrage d'une valeur inestimable, elle se dépouille de tout apparat universitaire pour parler du coeur même du vodou."




(Source: Extrait de la préface de Madison Smart Bell, traduit par Danièle Robert)



"Sonje leve bonè
wa wè leve a douvanjou"


~ Pwovèb kreyòl



Nan dòmi, An Initiate's Journey into Haitian Vodou




A gift of love to humankind...


Nan Dòmi is a beautiful dance in the art of story telling with the simplicity of sincere hearts to delve in better understanding of awakening consciousness through Haitian Vodou.


Awake in Nan Dòmi

"From the moment when I began to enter Nan Dòmi, I discovered inner resources that I did not know I possessed. Driven by a force I could not identify, I was compelled to concentrate on everything that I "saw" in my dream states. 


Little by little I developed a second mode of "paying attention": Dreaming became an art. That art combines the attitudes which, guided by a particular kind of control, can make you tumble into another mode of consciousness." 




The 4-Hour Workweek by Tim Ferriss

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Written on 3/10/2016 by Turenne


The 4-Hour Workweek


A different approach to the leadership games



The 4-Hour Workweek by Tim Ferris


Can you afford only four hours of work during a week time?
This is the lifestyle deal Tim Ferris is offering...


"The 4-Hour Workweek has now been sold into 35 languages. It's been on the bestseller lists for more than two years, and every month brings a new discovery.



The 4-Hour Workweek Lifestyle DEAL


From the Economist to the cover of the New York Times Style section, from the streets of Dubai to the cafes of Berlin, lifestyle design has cut across cultures to become a worldwide movement. The original ideas of the book have been broken apart, improved, and tested in environments and ways I never could have imagined.

Families and students? CEOs and professional vagabonds? Take your pick. There should be someone whose results you can duplicate. Need a template to negotiate remote work, a paid year in Argentina, perhaps? This time, it's in here...

What's the worst that could happen...

Take a deep breath and let me show you my world...

...Hope for the best and plan for the worst..."












Dance Spirit Danse Art by Uziri Arts, Cherish Art, Unixstyle and Monica Stewart

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Written on 2/27/2016 by Turenne


Dance Spirit Danse Art : Selection 3





Maiden Women Dance, hand-painted oil painting | artpreneure-20


hand-painted oil painting
Cherish Art (4 panels)



African Dancers, hand-painted oil painting | artpreneure-20
African Dancers,
Unixstyle (4 panels)
Dance of Joy I, poster art print by Monica Stewart | artpreneure-20
Dance of Joy,
Monica Stewart (24 X 32)

Vibrant Masai Women Print | artpreneure-20
Masai Women,
Uziri Arts (13 X 19)


These hand-painted oil painting poster prints are beautiful dance art, inspirations gifts, to warm up all places and keep the dance spirit's presence glowing softly with their high symbolism. 
Available here

...Inspirations always to dance life...



Ces toiles & affiches sont de magnifiques cadeaux d'inspirations  agenda danse qui donneront une belle touche de chaleur à toute pièce ainsi qu'une présence tout en douceur de l'esprit de la danse par leur grand symbolisme. 
Vous pouvez vous en procurer une ici

...Inspirations toujours pour danser sa vie...



Penti ak postè sa yo se bèl kado enspirasyon atizay dans k'ap mete bon jan chalè ak yon prezans dous, lespri danse, ak fòs senbolik yo. 
Ou ka jwenn younn isit la

...Enspirasyon toujou pou nou danse lavi...


Motherpeace by Vicky Noble

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Written on 2/26/2016 by Turenne


Motherpeace:
A Way to the Goddess through myth, 

art and tarot



A different approach to the leadership games



Motherpeace by Vicki Noble | artpreneure-20
Vicki Noble challenges us to celebrate
our ancient peaceful heritage
and to reclaim our right
as a people to a life without war.


Motherpeace was written as if I was talking to four particular friends. In this diverse group. the first friend is a feminist sister who, in addition to the struggles to improve the quality of our everyday lives, wants to recover a vision of the Goddess and the kind of society that would honor her.


My second friend uses a traditional tarot deck, as millions do, but is excited to hear about a wholly new set of tarot images that, while drawing upon tradition, recast it to embody more fully the lives and aspirations of women.


While working on the book, I also kept in mind a third friend. Strongly visual, she records and meditate on her dreams and, like others influenced by Jung, seeks to deepen her knowledge of myth as a way of understanding her own psyche and the dramas being acted out around her.


This bring us to the fourth member of my imaginary audience - a friend who is deeply concerned about the lack of peace in the world and, in particular, about the numbing prospect of a "nuclear exchange". No longer believing that the system will cure itself, he wants to explore vision of society other than the patriarchal one now dominant.


In response to the concerns of these friends - who, of course, are also part of myself - I have addressed the issue of personal and global peace in a positive spirit, through pictorial images, against a background of myth and art that date from an age when the Goddess was still the joy of humankind's desiring.


Through these images, and through feminist scholarship, I share a vision of hope and transformation - a vision based upon our expanding knowledge of ancient Goddess-worship, and also upon my own experience as an artist, activist, healer, and teacher of yoga.



Source: Vicki Noble's preface of Motherpeace







Ancestral Voices to Explore World African Ancestry

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Written on 2/25/2016 by Turenne


 Explore World African Ancestry with

Ancestral Voices: Esoteric African Knowledge


A different approach to the leadership games





An educational documentary spanning two continents, opening up a much-needed debate about traditional African spiritual systems; their cosmologies, ideologies and underlying ethical principles.


Modern science no longer refutes the origins of mankind being in Africa and similarities in the cosmological ideologies of African esoteric systems with those found in many established world religions today suggest that it was not only people that migrated, but also concepts and themes that then provided the bedrock for the formation of other religious faiths.  


Ancestral Voices Memory; my artwork 1988, Tilarenn
Ancestral Voices Memory:
My Artwork, 1988, Tilarenn
 
The documentary aims to shed light on a topic shrouded in much mystique, negativity, superstition and ignorance, to allow for informed discourses on the subject without fear of persecution or oppression.


Through video interviews, a range of individuals of different faiths in the United Kingdom share their experiences, knowledge and perceptions of these systems in relation to other established religions and mainstream media coverage of them. 


Traditional shaman from the Greater Accra, Eastern and Ashanti regions in Ghana, West Africa, are also interviewed to provide authentic accounts of their cosmologies, practices and esoteric spiritual systems.


Source: Ancestral Voices: Esoteric African Knowledge Plot Outline



 More information :

1.  Ancestral Voices Esoteric African Knowledge DVD

2.  Ancestral Voices: Esoteric African Knowledge Documenary Series  

3.  Ancestral Essence Community




African Dance by Kariamu Weish Asante

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Written on 2/24/2016 by Turenne


African dance: An Artistic, Historical and Philosophical Inquiry



African tribal wedding celebration dance in Zamunda from the epic Coming To America
African dance tribal wedding celebration in Zamunda 
from the epic Coming To America, choreograph by Paula Abdul


The presence of dances originating from the continent of Africa, nowadays, is prevalent everywhere.


How do we define or recognize those dances from Africa?


I can't answer that question in a few words. These masterpieces of the art of movement stem from wide cultural, historical, political and social context.



African dance: An Artistic, Historical and Philosophical Inquiry by Kariamu Weish AsanteThe title of my definition essay on the subject is "Let me dance", because definition really doesn't matter.


What matters in the realm of dances from the African continent, is to be whole, to find balance and harmony, to listen.


It is OK to just appreciate and integrate the dance moves, such as in the epic Coming To America, for example. The trick is to really be in the moment and let the movements flow, let the body talk...


Let there be dance so we can listen to our body. Somehow, we often don't know anymore how to listen... We research and we review research...


It's all good! Relevant research can help demonstrate how dances in Africa are means to elevate our consciousness about the wisdom of our body and help us remember and reconnect to our vital essence!


This particular research inquiry by Kariamu Weish Asante, I truly find worth sharing...




African dance ethnology


We are into the realm of dance ethnology. I embrace passionately dance ethnology because it gives us a thorough mean to tell about ourselves in an alternative light that goes deep in the heart of humanity.


Dance ethnology shows a different facet of how people are making history around the world. It bring us the possibilities to dig into the stories of how we came to be and how we may achieve balance and harmony with all there is.


Kariamu Weish Asante in this inquiry is celebrating dances originating from the continent of Africa by giving us a treat through the words of great scholars, practitioners and dance ethnologist such as Pearl Primus and Doris Green.







 More about African dance gifts :

1.  Books into the realm of African arts of movement and dance...

2.  Articles about dances in Africa   

3.   Dance spirit quotes from dance lovers and practitioners from Africa



Ti Nikola an Kreyòl, Sempé ak Goscinny

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Written on 2/16/2016 by Turenne


Yon ti tounen nan memwa timoun nou ak istwa
Ti Nikola



Ti Nikola - Kreyòl La Renion


 Ti Nikola - Kréyòl Gwiyanè


Ti Nikola - Kreyòl Matinik


Ti Nikola - Kreyòl Gwadloup


Mwen te konn li Ti Nikola an fransè epi mwen te renmen ti nèg sa anpil.


Mwen vin' kontan wè yo pibliye l' nan kreyòl kèk zile zantiy yo.


Mwen espere nou tout konprann kreyòl ayisyen m' nan epi n'ap pran plezi menm jan avè'm pou nou li nan lanng nou istwa ti gason fwonte sa.


Liv yo pa tradwi mo pou mo. Istwa yo transpoze avèk, egzanp... non vil zile yo, fwi zantiy yo...


Liv yo gen sis bèl istwa Ti Nikola an kreyòl ak vèsyon fransè-a k'ap swiv.


Ou ka koute yon ti pale ak Anne Goscinny (fransè), pitit fi otè-a, ki devlope zèv yo nan lanng kreyòl kèk zile zantiy yo.


Ou ka jwenn liv yo isit la.

...Enspirasyon toujou pou nou danse lavi...


A Testament Of Hope by Martin Luther King Jr.

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Written on 1/19/2016 by Turenne


A Testament Of Hope
The Essential Writings and Speeches
of Martin Luther King Jr.


A different approach to the leadership games


"Take the first step in faith. You don't have to see the whole staircase, just take the first step."

Martin Luther King Jr. 


A Testament Of Hope by Martin Luther King Jr.


Make A Testament of Hope by Martin Luther King Jr. Yours



I learned more about Dr. King and his philosophies by reading his actual words than I could have learned reading a history or biography. I was surprised to learn that Dr King's journey was a long one even before civil rights movement, that he studied many schools of philosophical and religious thought.


I was deeply impressed by his gifts with language, the ability to convey ideas in ways anyone can understand, and to inspire...


I you are interested in human rights questions, I recommend reading this piece by piece, though it is a large volume. So much of what King said isn't limited to the movements of 50 years ago, but to the ongoing struggle for human dignity and equality.







 Other resources :




Dance Spirit Danse Art by/par Albert Fennell, Picasso, Judith Levin and Mary Beth Freet

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Written on 12/22/2015 by Turenne


Dance Spirit Danse Art : Selection 2

Selection 1
Sisters In Dance poster print by Albert Fennell | artpreneure-20
Sisters In Dance Poster Print 

Albert Fennell (23 X 32)




After the Dance poster print by Judith Levin | artpreneure-20        Dance Of Youth by Picasso | artpreneure-20        Inspire Me Believe Stretched Canvas Art by Mary Beth Freet | artpreneure-20

             After The Dance                Dance Of Youth             Believe Canvas for kids                      Judith Levin (10 X12)         Picasso (24X36)          Mary Beth Freet (18 X 24)          



These poster prints are beautiful dance art, inspirations gifts, to warm up all places and keep the dance spirit's presence glowing softly with their high symbolism. 
Available here

...Inspirations always to dance life...


Ces affiches sont de magnifiques cadeaux d'inspirations agenda danse qui donneront une belle touche de chaleur à toute pièce ainsi qu'une présence tout en douceur de l'esprit de la danse par leur grand symbolisme. 
Vous pouvez vous en procurer une ici

...Inspirations toujours pour danser sa vie...



Postè sa yo se bèl kado enspirasyon dans k'ap mete bon jan chalè ak yon dous prezans lespri dans ak fòs senbolik yo. 
Ou ka jwenn younn isit la

...Enspirasyon toujou pou nou danse lavi...



La danse des femmes par Rosina-Fawzia Al-Rawi

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Written on 12/21/2015 by Turenne


La danse des femmes


"...offrande altière... danse altière, solaire, intègre toujours..."

~  Nadia Makhlouf par Alexandre Demidoff

La danse des femmes, Rosina-Fawzia Al-Rawi, artpreneure-20


La danse orientale rencontre un vif succès de nos jours, mais en connait-on le sens?


Sait-on que cette danse s’ancre dans une tradition millénaire? 


Véritable ode à la danse des femmes, ce livre offre également une description claire et précise des poses et mouvements de la danse orientale ainsi que de leur signification symbolique.


Rosina-Fawzia Al-Rawi nous montre ainsi comment cette danse peut aider les femmes à retrouver une harmonie intérieure, à travers le ressenti de chaque partie de leur corps et l’ouverture à leur espace intérieur de vie, de vibration et de joies.


Née à Bagdad, en Irak, Rosina-Fawzia Al-Rawi a été initiée dès sa plus tendre enfance à la danse orientale et à la tradition soufie. Elle présente ici pour la première fois la signification spirituelle profonde et la dimension universelle de cette danse des femmes.






Dance Spirit Danse Art by/par Patrick Ciranna and Alfred Gocjkel

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Written on 12/20/2015 by Turenne


Dance Spirit Danse Art : Selection 1

Selection 2

La Dance Poster Print by Patrick Ciranna | artpreneure-20

La Dance Poster Print 

Patrick Ciranna (20 X 24)




Star Dance Poster Print by Alfred Gocjkel | artpreneure-20Moon dance Poster Print by Alfred Gocjkel | artpreneure-20Sun dance Poster Print by Alfred Gocjkel | artpreneure-20

         Star dance Poster Print     Moon dance Poster Print     Sun dance Poster Print                       Alfred Gocjkel (16 X 20)               



These poster prints are beautiful dance art, inspirations gifts, to warm up all places and keep the dance spirit's presence glowing softly with their high symbolism.
Available here
...Inspirations always to dance life...


Ces affiches sont de magnifiques cadeaux d'inspirations agenda danse qui donneront une belle touche de chaleur à toute pièce ainsi qu'une présence tout en douceur de l'esprit de la danse par leur grand symbolisme. 
Vous pouvez vous en procurer une ici
...Inspirations toujours pour danser sa vie...


Postè sa yo se bèl kado enspirasyon atizay dans k'ap mete bon jan chalè ak yon dous prezans lespri dans ak fòs senbolik yo. 
Ou ka jwenn younn isit la
...Enspirasyon toujou pou nou danse lavi...



Hard Times Require Furious Dancing by Alice Walker

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Written on 12/15/2015 by Turenne




Hard Times Require Furious Dancing, Alice Walker, artpreneure-20


This collection of new poems is written especially for the times we’re living through. Alice Walker is known throughout the world as not only a great writer but an activist and a woman who shares the inner turmoil and outer struggles of her life.


Hard Times Require Furious Dancing Is A Collection Of Activist Art Poems to heal our hearts and touch our souls...


Readers admire her ability to bare her heart and soul, but to also speak out about the world as she sees it, often becoming a catalyst for change.


As the title, Hard Times Require Furious Dancing suggests, these poems were written during struggles and sadness and deal with the loss of siblings, the loss of a beloved, the estrangement in families, violence and struggles on the world stage, and the simple joy of life itself.


The words dance, they sing, they heal our hearts and touch our souls.”*











The Life And Times of LA MERI by Usha Venkateswaran

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Written on 12/08/2015 by Turenne


The Life And Times of LA MERI



The Life And Times of LA MERI, Usha Venkateswaran, Amazon, artpreneure-20



Described as ''the indisputed queen of ethnic dance'' by Walter Sorrell, the dance writer, La Meri was long considered the leading American authority on the subject, particularly the dance of India and Spain.



The Life And times Of La Meri In The Early 19's


She toured the world at the height of her career, in the 1920's and 30's, studying and performing in South and Central America, Europe, Scandinavia, Africa, Australia, New Zealand, Tasmania, India, Burma, Malaya, Java, the Philippines, China, Japan, Ceylon and Hawaii.



She founded the School of Natya with Ruth St. Denis in 1940 in New York, where she taught and performed with her company, the Five Natyas, and presented such guest lecturers as Pearl S. Buck, Coomaraswamy, Lin Yutang, Ted Shawn and Argentinita. Her book ''Spanish Dancing'', published in 1948, was considered by many to be the definitive text on Spanish dance.





Bow't Trail - Étape Martinique par Rhodnie Désir

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Written on 12/02/2015 by Turenne



...la tradition : un héritage vivant à préserver...



"C'est la vie qui donne la vie" ~ Khalil Gibran



Bow't Trail - Etape Martinique avec Rhodnie Désir


La tradition m'interpelle toujours car c'est le creuset de l'humanité. Dans la découverte des danses traditionnelles, la mémoire du corps révèle ce que les mots ne peuvent exprimer, une culture incarnée, et ravive l'essence intemporelle des êtres.


le BOW'T TRAIL retrace à rebours l'héritage marquant des peuples africans et afro-descendants dans 40 pays, un magnifique voyage au coeur du contemporain dans les traditions en danse.


"Dans chacun des pays, je poserai 10 jours d'actions contemporaines pour un cumul de 400 jours (40x10=400). Le tout, en référence symbolique aux plus de 400 ans de traite négrière."   

~ Rhodnie Désir


Diplomée en communications et en marketing (Université de Montréal, HEC Montréal), en lancement d'entreprise (SAJE Montréal Métro) ainsi que du Programme d'entraînement et de formation artistique et professionnel en danse africaine (Compagnie Danse Nyata Nyata), elle compte cinq oeuvres (VI, VI[REC], E'TA, BOW'T (2013) et AYEWA) ainsi qu'une étude chorégraphique (D2UST, 2015) à son répertoire.

Son oeuvre phare BOW'T (2013) est celle qui la fait rayonner tant sur la scène locale (Tournée du Conseil des Arts de Montréal, Sainte-Adèle et Ottawa), qu'à l'international (Burkina Faso).

Parallèlement, elle déploie ses qualités de femme d'affaires dès 2008 en mettant sur pied DÈZAM, une ressource d'action artistique et culturelle visant la vulgarisation des diverses pratiques et des cultures auprès de la jeunesse. Au total, plus de 2 000 initiatives ont été créées dans 21 commissions scolaires et municipalités du Canada.


Ayez à votre agenda-danse, cette grande aventure en commençant par la Martinique avec 11 formes de contributions plus avantageusement riches les unes que les autres :  (http://www.kisskissbankbank.com/fr/projects/bow-t-trail-etape-martinique)


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Le Fou et le Créateur par Daniel Pons

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Written on 11/14/2015 by Turenne



"Comprends, Créateur mon frère,
que tout ce qui est éphémère, sous peine de mourir brisé,
doit savoir sous l'impulsion du vent, danser !"


Daniel Pons

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Le fou et le Créateur ne fut pas à proprement parler écrite : elle fut jaillie, transmise oralement à son épouse, qui la transcrivait immédiatement dans sa forme exacte.


Ainsi, Daniel Pons manifestait sa volonté de rompre avec le concept d'écriture, et montrait par la puissante inspiration de son verbe poétique qu'il est possible de "changer les pâles concepts que sont les mots en danseurs de cristal"


(Source : http://www.daniel-pons.fr/)