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Zoology and Animal Physiology, 2021, 2(4); doi: 10.38007/ZAP.2021.020402.

Observation and Analysis of Peacock Spreading its Tail in the Movement Creation of Peacock Dance


Trumoner Simse

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Trumoner Simse

Ecole Normale Superieure de Lyon, France


The peacock dance was one of the most popular folk dances of the Dai people. It has become one of the most popular folk dances. The peacock dance moves need to be continuously innovated in order not to be eliminated by the times. Therefore, it is necessary to carry out related research on the application of observation and analysis of peacock opening screens in the creation of peacock dance moves. The purpose of this article is to solve the problem of how to create new movements of the peacock dance. By studying the behavior of the peacock opening screen, using modern information collection equipment to collect and observe and analyze the specific actions of the peacock opening screen. Furthermore, the existing basic peacock dance movements are combined with the peacock opening screen movement demeanor, etc., and the existing peacock dance movements are newly created, and the feasibility of this new movement is explored using questionnaires and other methods. The research results show that it is feasible to create peacock dance movements by observing and analyzing the peacock opening screen. The new dance movements created by combining peacock dance steps, poses, and even bird songs with peacock dance movements are more feasible. It is ornamental. According to the statistical results of survey methods such as questionnaires, the survey respondents' satisfaction with the new dance moves is 97%, and 95% of the people think that the new dance moves are more beautiful and more ornamental than the previous moves.


Peacock Spread its Tail, Observe and Analyze, Dance Movement, Movement Creation

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Trumoner Simse. Observation and Analysis of Peacock Spreading its Tail in the Movement Creation of Peacock Dance. Zoology and Animal Physiology (2021), Vol. 2, Issue 4: 13-24. https://doi.org/10.38007/ZAP.2021.020402.


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