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sadora Duncan is the mother of modern dance since She did this modern dance called "scarf dance" because she uses scarfs for the dance. Also, this is a contemporary dance.

Isadora Duncan was fond of scarves and actually was killed when one of her trademark long scarves became entangled in the wheel spoke of the car she was in.

Isadora Duncan was an American dancer. She broke the classical form of dance and replaced it with modern dance. She has influenced many generations of dancers. She shows that it is okay to be different and break the “codes”.

"You were wild once. Don't let them tame you." - Isadora Duncan

You were wild once. Don't let them tame you. - Isadora Duncan (Jeanne Bresciani is the dancer)

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Isadora Duncan dances: Martha Graham speaks: Great dancers are not great because of their technique;

isadora-duncan                                                                                                                                                                                 More

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On September dancer Isadora Duncan was killed when her long, flowing scarf got tangled in the rear wheel of the car she was learning to drive.

Isadora Duncan (1877-1927) was a dancer, considered by many to be the creator of modern dance. Born in the United States, she lived in Western Europe and the Soviet Union from the age of 22 until her death at age 50. In the United States she was popular only in New York, and only later in her life. She performed to acclaim throughout Europe.  Duncan's fondness for flowing scarves was the cause of her death in an automobile accident in Nice, France.

les-sources-du-nil: “ Isadora Duncan Dancing by Arnold Genthe, circa (Library of Congress Prints and Photographs Division Washington, D.

Painting of Isadora Duncan  by Fritz August von Kaulbach from  "Isadora Duncan, The Art of the Dance"  Courtesy Theatre Arts Books.

Painting of Isadora Duncan by Fritz August von Kaulbach from "Isadora Duncan, The Art of the Dance" Courtesy Theatre Arts Books.

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