The notation of dance movement.
- ‘Though most widely used in ballet companies, choreology has subsequently been evolved to deal with non-classical movement also, and together with Labanotation is the most internationally used system.’
- ‘In that female dominated world of choreology it was indeed rare to find another man who was interested in notation.’
- ‘He established choreology, the discipline of dance analysis, and invented a system of dance notation, now known as Labanotation or Kinetography Laban.’
- ‘People also ask, ‘Well, why do we need to have choreology, in this day and age of videotape?’’
1960s: from Greek khoreia dancing in unison (from khoros chorus) + -logy.