Ballet: Beyond the Basics by Sandra Noll Hammond

By Sandra Noll Hammond

The transparent writing sort, shiny analogies, and illustrations that express move come alive are between many gains that make Ballet: past the fundamentals a confirmed, indispensible advisor. the wealthy old culture of ballet is foundational to Hammond’s method of supporting intermediate ballet students—those who're accustomed to simple ballet terminology, comprehend right physique placement, and will simply practice common recommendations— extend their technical improvement and inventive development. even supposing written to motivate scholars and academics who take care of the main tough section of ballet education, skilled dancers trying to refresh their wisdom and improve their point of feat can make the most of Hammond’s trustworthy, undying advice.

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