[ UK /kˌɔːɹɪˈɒɡɹəfi/ ]
[ US /ˌkɔɹiˈɑɡɹəfi/ ]
  1. a notation used by choreographers
  2. a show involving artistic dancing
  3. the representation of dancing by symbols as music is represented by notes
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How To Use choreography In A Sentence

  • Its choreography is dense with invention, its dancers project a fine fierce physicality and an alert, emotional presence. Stephen Petronio Company – review
  • Different combinations of music, choreography, design and lighting are determined by the roll of a dice.
  • Traditional dances - kozachok, hopak, metelytsia, kolomyika, hutsulka, and arkan - differ by rhythmic figures, choreography, region, and sometimes by gender, but share a duple meter.
  • The "hearts" and "love" that dot his texts and titles have a generic Valentine-card feel to them, but the passions and pulsations that animate his choreography ring with power and expressivity. Earthly Figures in the Clouds
  • In the individual female competition, the Russian school, with its trademark artistry and excellent choreography, again reigned supreme.
  • Unfortunately it was merely the not inconsiderable technical prowess of his dancers that Page showed off in his emotionally inexpressive choreography.
  • The music and choreography are pretty good. The Sun
  • Cinema, which borrows heavily from theatre in terms of choreography, has a few distinct features of its own that can be exploited.
  • And just the years of dancing and choreography really put her in near constant pain.
  • An eternally flowing river that symbolises life, conveyed through choreography, is an unseen presence throughout the play.
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