choreography

[ kawr-ee-og-ruh-fee, kohr- ]SEE DEFINITION OF choreography

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My mind is a complete blank with regard to its choreography.

Did I reject them as absurdly unconvincing because I did not understand the language of choreography?

Yugoslavia looks upon the developing East-West choreography with a profound lack of interest.

Fokine created the choreography of L'Oiseau de Feu section by section, as the music was handed to him.

Besides creating the decorative setting and the beautiful costumes, he inspired the choreography even to the slightest movements.

It is hardly surprising in these circumstances that the choreography of Le Baiser de la Fe left me cold.

WORD ORIGIN

1789, from French chorégraphie, coined from Latinized form of Greek khoreia "dance" (see chorus) + graphein "to write" (see -graphy). Related: Choreographic.

MORE RELATED WORDS FOR CHOREOGRAPHY

ballet

noungraceful, expressive dancing
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