The Classic Ballet: Basic Technique and Terminology
A warm welcome back to this beloved classic! For decades the standard text for ballet technique, this book--first published in 1952--presents a beginner's guide to basic movements, steps, and terminology. Written by the staff of the School of American Ballet, it builds on the Russian tradition of Anna Pavlova and reflects the dance style of George Balanchine.
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The classic ballet: basic technique and terminologyUser Review - Not Available - Book Verdict
Kirstein was one of the founders of the School of American Ballet along with George Balanchine. After debuting in 1952, this volume quickly became a standard in the field. The text and roughly 800 ... Read full review
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One of the greatest books ever. Read full review