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Duos pour corps et instruments Choreographic toolkit (excerpts)

Duos pour corps et instruments
Danièle Desnoyers
Sophie Corriveau, AnneBruce Falconer, Siôned Watkins, Karina Champoux, Clara Furey and Anne Thériault
Ginelle Chagnon, Sophie Corriveau and Anne Thériault
September 21, 2016

Discover excerpts from the Duos pour corps et instruments Choreographic toolkit (in French). The Choreographic toolkit is on sale for 60$ for the digital file + 75$ for the print version (individuals) + shipping and 100$ for the digital file + 75$ for the print version (institutions -schools, companies, libraries, etc.) + shipping.

Choreography by Danièle Desnoyers, 2003

Toolkit based on the original idea of Ginelle Chagnon


Duos pour corps et instruments Choreographic Toolkit

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