Design Drawing on a High Surface (Lynne)
Phrasing of Direction Signs (Ray)
1.2 Video 1 is concerned with the meaning of Ex. 1a and 1b.
1.3 The indication of motion vs. destination, e.g., for folding, direction, turning, Shape Qualities, etc.
1.4 The interpretation of Ex. 1c.
2.2 Ex. 1a and 1b have different meanings depending upon the context of the notation.
3.1 Video 3 begins with a short discussion of the intention bow (Ex. 3a)
3.3 How should design drawings on a high surface (the ceiling) be interpreted? For instance, should Ex. 3b and 3c be drawn moving forward or backward? According to the rule outlined in Guest and Haarst, Advanced Labanotation (Vol. 1, Pt 2), the design would be drawn moving backwards. Lynne feels the rule is confusing. She proposes the rule be changed so that such indications would be interpreted as moving forward.
3.4 The interpretation of the designs depends upon the orientation of the paper.
[Addendum from Charlotte Wile: Example 3d should be labeled 3c]
5.4 What is the meaning of a phrasing bow, as in 5d?
5.5 In Motif Notation, unless indicated otherwise, phrasing is left open to interpretation. Further notation is needed to specify the phrasing.
5.6 How is phrasing indicated in music? How does that relate to the indication of phrasing in LN and M/N?
7.2 Her presentation included new ideas on the topic, which she discusses in Video 7. Examples discussed in the video are shown below.
7.3 In February 2014 Lynne wrote a paper which includes the new ideas. Go here to see the paper.