Leine and Roebana: Explorers of Music and Dance
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Leine and Roebana: Explorers of Music and Dance

(Isabella Lanz) The Low Countries - 2005, № 13, pp. 261-264

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In 1993 ‘Suites (Dances for the Queen)' marked the international breakthrough of the Dutch choreographer couple Andrea Leine and Harijono Roebana. In their search for an ideal language for dance, music is both their basis and their guide. Along with intractable twentieth-century music, the particular timbre of early music has become a guiding principle in their choreographic oeuvre.

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