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Beyond The Apsara: Celebrating Dance In Cambodia

 
Stephanie Burridge (Editor) Fred Frumberg (Editor) Celebrating Dance in Asia and the Pacific
Synopsis

This book celebrates and documents the resurgence of dance in Cambodia after the fall of the Khmer Rouge and the infamous Pol Pot regime. It honours the remarkable commitment of the few remaining masters of the art of dance who are reviving and preserving the famous classical dances, as well as the courage and resolution of young artists who are imaginatively pursuing their passion to forge new paths in contemporary dance. n 2003, Cambodian classical dance was awarded world heritage status by UNESCO – this confirmed the importance, and perhaps the burden, of the task of preservation. This volume includes contributions from the royal family, eminent writers and commentators and the dancers themselves.Monuments and reminders of the Killing Fields abound in the city of Phnom Penh. Nearly 2 million Cambodians, including many artists, perished during the killings or died of starvation and disease during the Khmer Rouge years. Today, the dancers, both young and old, move towards the future while respecting and honouring the past. This volume documents their journey

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About the author

Stephanie Burridge

Stephanie Burridge lectures at Singapore Management University, Singapore and is a dance critic, author and Editor of the Routledge series 'Celebrating Dance in Asia and the Pacific'.

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Title Beyond The Apsara: Celebrating Dance In Cambodia
Format Hardcover
Date published: 31.12.2009
Edition 1st ed.
Language: English
isbn 9780415564458
length 242p.,