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Alexander Technique in the Context of Time [Video tape]

Subtitle: 
The primary control explained visually
AT Focus: 
Alexander Technique
1990
Format: 
Videotape
Media Details: 
PAL
Language: 
English
Publisher: 
Additional notes: 

VHS PAL.

Mouritz Bibliography
Cover image: 
Biblio ID: 
HAA990VE2
Base ID: 
HAA990VE2
Short Description: 

More a slow slide show than a video.

Mouritz description: 

This video takes an anatomical viewpoint of the primary control and illustrates it with symbolic computer generated animations of the movements of bones and joints. It seeks to answer questions like ‘what is it?’, ‘how does it work?’, ‘what is its function?’ and ‘what is its practical use?’. It gives the viewer plenty of time for making notes or for a teacher to make comments as there are many pauses in the commentary and many repetitions of short film sequences, (some of which are diminished in size). It also quotes Alexander’s descriptions of the primary control with exact references. Poor quality and presentation.