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Teaching Young Dancers

Author : Joan Lawson
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Teaching Young Dangers

Author : Joan Lawson
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Eight Female Classical Ballet Variations

Author : Nina Danilova
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From the graceful flutter of Princess Florine at Sleeping Beauty's wedding to the playful jetées in the first act of Giselle, the variation - or short solo work - is one of the key elements of classical ballet. Eight Female Classical Ballet Variations lays out eight of the most important variations in the ballerina's repertoire, demonstrating how to perform them with excellent technique and consummate artistry.

Advanced Principles in Teaching Classical Ballet

Author : John White
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This work offers insights and guidelines for teaching the best students. Staying true to the Russian Academy of Ballet pedagogy that he has taught for 40 years, this book is a continuation of the work John White began in his first book.

Technical Manual and Dictionary of Classical Ballet

Author : Gail Grant
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From adagio to voyage, over 800 steps, movements, poses, and concepts are fully defined. A pronunciation guide and cross-references to alternate names for similar steps and positions also included.

The Art of Teaching Ballet

Author : Gretchen Ward Warren
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Presents profiles of noted dance teachers along with an analysis of their artistic lineages and techniques.

Basic Principles of Classical Ballet

Author : Agrippina Vaganova
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Discusses all basic principles of ballet, grouping movement by fundamental types. Diagrams show clearly the exact foot, leg, arm, and body positions for the proper execution of many steps and movements. 118 illustrations.

Creative Ballet Teaching

Author : Cadence Whittier
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How do teachers create a classroom environment that promotes collaborative and inquiry-based approaches to learning ballet? How do teachers impart the stylistic qualities of ballet while also supporting each dancer’s artistic instincts and development of a personal style? How does ballet technique education develop the versatility and creativity needed in the contemporary dance environment? Creative Ballet Teaching draws on the fields of Laban/Bartenieff Movement Analysis (L/BMA), dance pedagogy, and somatic education to explore these questions. Sample lesson plans, class exercises, movement explorations, and journal writing activities specifically designed for teachers bring these ideas into the studio and classroom. A complementary online manual, Creative Ballet Learning, provides students with tools for technical and artistic development, self-assessment, and reflection. Offering a practical, exciting approach, Creative Ballet Teaching is a must-read for those teaching and learning ballet.

Classical Ballet Beginning to Advanced

Author : Susan Kramer
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Classical ballet from a 2nd generation Cecchetti dancer and dance specialist for ages 6 and older in preballet, beginning, intermediate and advanced levels with hundreds of combinations, including a separate section of pointe work. The advanced level is also a resource for dancers to draw on for daily class, warm-up before performance and choreography. The author also wrote the texts for the Rhythmic Movement Dance Series, part of the Gateway to Educational Materials (GEM) of the United States Department of Education. 100 pages.

Academy Method Introduction to Teacher Training

Author : Ken Ludden
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The Academy Method was designed by Dame Margot Fonteyn and Ken Ludden over 12 years. The instructor certification program gives them international certification to teach in this method. This book covers the basic principles of the Academy Method. Review: ""Ken Ludden's teaches the fundamentals of ballet and all movement, and is groundbreaking and life changing! He works with the truth of movement...teaches to express through movement. He covers the step and how to execute it, then clearly explains the WHY for each exercise as it relates to center work and choreography. This book lays out how to build a dancer from the moment they enter the studio until they hit the stage as a professional. Try to see Ken's live lectures as well and study with him. He is a Master!"" -Autumn Mathisen