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Advanced principles in teaching classical ballet / John White.

By: White, John, 1934 Dec. 9- [aut]Material type: TextTextLanguage: English Publisher: Gainesville : University Press of Florida, c2009Description: xii, 187 s. 22 cmISBN: 9780813032979; 0813032970Subject(s): Klassisk balett -- studier and undervisning | Ballet dancing | Ballet -- Study and teaching | Ballett | Balett -- teknik -- 2000-taletAdditional physical formats: Online version:: Advanced principles in teaching classical ballet.DDC classification: 792.807 LOC classification: GV1788.5Other classification: Ikya:dd.6 | Eabiky
Contents:
The teacher's role in classical dance -- What makes a good ballet teacher? -- Teachers and master teachers -- The application of rules -- Recommended lesson format for intermediate levels and above -- Learning process -- The basic stance -- Balance imperatives -- Jumping imperatives -- Turning imperatives -- The poses of classical ballet -- Advice to students -- General instructions to pupils -- Practice makes perfect -- Discipline -- The mind -- Music and musicality -- Sprain or strain? -- Partnering principles -- Introduction to pantomime for dancers -- Which is more important, learning or self-esteem? -- Geido (artistic ways) -- Choreography's role in classical ballet -- What is wrong with ballet in America? -- Ballet camp -- The legacy of Agrippina Vaganova and her influence on Russian ballet.
Holdings
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Book Book Biblioteket Brinellvägen
Närmag Eabiky White Available 43731009913
Book Book Biblioteket Brinellvägen
Eabiky White Available 43731009912
Total holds: 0

Includes bibliographical references (p. 187).

The teacher's role in classical dance -- What makes a good ballet teacher? -- Teachers and master teachers -- The application of rules -- Recommended lesson format for intermediate levels and above -- Learning process -- The basic stance -- Balance imperatives -- Jumping imperatives -- Turning imperatives -- The poses of classical ballet -- Advice to students -- General instructions to pupils -- Practice makes perfect -- Discipline -- The mind -- Music and musicality -- Sprain or strain? -- Partnering principles -- Introduction to pantomime for dancers -- Which is more important, learning or self-esteem? -- Geido (artistic ways) -- Choreography's role in classical ballet -- What is wrong with ballet in America? -- Ballet camp -- The legacy of Agrippina Vaganova and her influence on Russian ballet.

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