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choreography (s) (noun), choreographies (pl)
1. The work or skill of planning dance movements to accompany music: The art of designing the choreography for a ballet must be made in combination with the instrumental composition.

Shirley has staged many successful ballets, so her skills when performing choreography has proven to be superb.

2. The steps and movements planned for a dance routine or a written record of them: The notation employed for choreography uses symbols just like music is represented by notes.
3. The carefully planned or executed organization of an event or the maneuvering of people or things: The choreography of the surprise birthday party for Mildred had to be well planned because there were so many different activities involved.
The art of arranging elaborate dances.
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