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Video dictionary of classical ballet
Video Dictionary of Classical Ballet

Kevin McKenzie (Actor), Georgina Parkinson (Actor)

2 DVD Set. The essential video dictionary of all classical ballet movements performed by some of the greatest names in American Ballet.

Teachers and students alike find the Video Dictionary of Classical Ballet the most innovative and dynamic tool ever developed for learning and studying the movements of ballet.

4 1/2 hours on two DVDs, this set includes over 800 variations in Russian, French, and Cecchetti styles.

Many of the movements are shown in slow motion with multiple camera angles and voice-over narrative description.

This engaging program demonstrates the complete language of ballet:
Positions and Directions - Barre - Linking Steps - Center Practice - Pirouettes - Adage - Allegro - Batterie - Pointe - Musical Enchainements.

This comprehensive guide is demonstrated by four of the most outstanding figures in American Ballet:
    • Kevin McKenzie (Artistic Director American Ballet Theatre, principal dancer ABT)
    • Georgina Parkinson (Ballet Mistress of ABT; former principal dancer Royal Ballet)
    • Merrill Ashley (former principal dancer New York City Ballet)
    • Denise Jackson (former principal dancer Joffrey Ballet).

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Visual Dictionary Ballet For Children
Visual Dictionary Ballet For Children

Rosemary Boross

2 DVD set. This 2 and one half hr DVD set contains a complete visual dictionary and class for the beginner ballet student.
It is an invaluable training tool for children just beginning ballet and reference guide that can be used for years to come.

It includes the definitions of terminology, basic technique, movements and steps the kids will need to know, with detailed visual instruction on how to execute all of the movements, positions and steps.

The class is performed at 2 levels for beginner and advanced beginner student.
As the class is taught, the terminology of the movements and steps are recited to help familiarize and reinforce the use of terminology in the ballet class.

The Visual Dictionary of Ballet for Children is broken down into 4 chapters:
Chapter 1 - The Dictionary of Ballet Technique, includes positions of the arms feet and body, including the basic techniques of ballet.
Chapter 2 - The Dictionary of Barre Work, includes visual instruction on the execution of barre movement and steps.
Chapter 3 - The Dictionary of Center Work, includes visual instruction on the execution of steps done center floor.
Chapter 4 - The Class, includes all of the steps movements and techniques from Chapters 1,2 and 3 assembled into a class kids will enjoy.

Program creator Rosemary Boross dance career includes performance with the Metropolitan Opera Ballet, Radio City Ballet, and the American Dance Machine.
Visual demonstrations by Rosemary Boross students from The Ballet Pacifica Conservatory.
Inspiring ballet class music by Rory Foster.
155 mins. DVD-All-Region.

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  • Classical Ballet Dictionary Download
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    Letter paper size • 8.5 x 11
    Portrait (vertical) orientation

    Classical ballet terms terminology • definitions • pronunciation guides.
    Classical ballet is the most formal of the ballet styles, and because ballet became formalized in France, a significant part of ballet terminology is in the French language.
    Pronunciation of the ballet terms is provided.
    Examples are given whenever it is practical.
    Large font sizes are used for easy reading with less eye strain.
    The dictionary is in pdf format (pdf stands for portable document file) which means it is easily read and transferred to computers, cell phones, laptops, tablets.
    The ease of transfer and portability means you always have access to the reference dictionary.

    Also Included: 263 Dance History Articles
    A wealth of information at your fingertips.
    Great reference material for dancers, students, instructors, educators.
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        Ballet dictionary 60 pages - 186 classical ballet terms, pronunciations, definitions
        263 dance history and information articles
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