Foundations Of Classical Ballet Technique
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📒The Foundations Of Classical Ballet Tech ✍ Royal Academy of Dance (Great Britain)
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📒Foundations Of Classical Ballet Technique ✍ Royal Academy of Dance
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📒The Progressions Of Classical Ballet Technique ✍ Rhonda Ryman
✏The Progressions of Classical Ballet Technique Book Summary : This work picks up where The Foundations of Classical Ballet Technique left off, so where, for example, you would find a single pirouette in the first book, this develops into a double pirouette, an embellished pirouette, or a more complex turn like fouette rond de jambe en tournant.
📒Foundations Of Classical Ballet ✍ Agrippina Vaganova
✏Foundations of Classical Ballet Book Summary : The definitive guide to the Russian Method of ballet, this complete, unabridged original version is the basis for all other classical ballet textbooks. It contains expanded text, entirely new sections, and corrections. Agrippina Vaganova articulates her own role in the rebirth of Russian ballet, discusses the body and its expressive capabilities, and explains how to attain a harmonious totality in dance. With additional documentation, photos, and contextual analysis, this edition contains a new biographical essay, a comprehensive summary of Vaganova’s lifetime achievements, photos of her as a dancer in some of her greatest roles and as a teacher with her students, and important new research into the influence of the Italians, led by Enrico Cecchetti, on the development of Russian ballet. Penetrating, insightful, and authoritative, this is much more than a textbook; it is the best guide available to Russian ballet technique and the Vaganova Method.
📒Ballet Why And How ✍ Anna Aalten
✏Ballet why and How Book Summary : A collection of distinguished dance professionals, scientists, academics and photographers will illuminate several topics offering in-depth articles for reflection and debate. Broad themes of historical, sociological, psychological and philosophical viewpoints will interlace with pedagogical, educational and artistic perspectives. Experts invited to contribute include: Maaike Bleeker, Maurice Causey, Thom Hecht, Sanna Nordin-Bates, Larry Rhodes, Leda Meredith, Matthew Wyon, and many more. The aim of the book is to share thoughts, ideas and experiences from which to create future professionals.
📒On Stage At The Ballet ✍ Robert Barnett
✏On Stage at the Ballet Book Summary : Dancer Robert Barnett trained under legendary choreographer Bronislava Nijinska. His professional ballet career was launched when he joined the Colonel de Basil Original Ballet Russe company. In the late 1940s, when George Balanchine and Lincoln Kirstein formed the New York City Ballet, Barnett was among the first generation of dancers. Under Balanchine’s direction, he rose from corps de ballet to soloist. In 1958 he became principal dancer and associate artistic director of the Atlanta Ballet—the oldest continuously operating company in America—and served as artistic director for more than thirty years. He was head coach of the American delegation to the International Ballet Competitions in Varna, Bulgaria, in 1980 and in Moscow in 1981. Barnett’s autobiography recounts the life of a dancer and artistic director, offers insight into what is involved in pursuing a professional career in dance and provides a history of ballet in America from the early 1920s through 2019.
📒Dance Therapy And Depth Psychology ✍ Joan Chodorow
✏Dance Therapy and Depth Psychology Book Summary : Dance/movement as active imagination was originated by Jung in 1916. Developed in the 1960s by dance therapy pioneer Mary Whitehouse, it is today both an approach to dance therapy as well as a form of active imagination in analysis. In her delightful book Joan Chodorow provides an introduction to the origins, theory and practice of dance/movement as active imagination. Beginning with her own story the author shows how dance/ movement is of value to psychotherapy. An historical overview of Jung's basic concepts is given as well as the most recent depth psychological synthesis of affect theory based on the work of Sylvan Tomkins, Louis Stewart, and others. Finally in discussing the use of dance/movement as active imagination in practice, the movement themes that emerge and the non-verbal expressive aspects of the therapaeutic relationship are described.
📒Index To Dance Periodicals ✍ Dance Collection
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📒Dictionary Of Classical Ballet Terminology ✍ Rhonda Ryman
✏Dictionary of Classical Ballet Terminology Book Summary : This volume is designed to provide information about terminology used within the Royal Academy of Dancing (RAD). It is geared to both teachers and students who wish to understand the precise ways in which ballet terms are used within the RAD.
📒The French School Of Classical Ballet ✍ Vanina Wilson
✏The French School of Classical Ballet Book Summary : Offers thirty-three weeks of lesson plans of classic French poses and sequences in the order in which a ballet teacher or master would present them.