Clearly worded and abundantly illustrated, this volume offers a concise introduction to the language and positions of classical ballet. Beginning with the five basic foot positions, it fully defines and describes more than 40 ballet-related terms, from adagio and allegro to tutu and variation. Includ... read more
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Clearly worded and abundantly illustrated, this volume offers a concise introduction to the language and positions of classical ballet. Beginning with the five basic foot positions, it fully defines and describes more than 40 ballet-related terms, from adagio and allegro to tutu and variation. Includes an alphabetically listed pronunciation guide.
Reprint of Passport to Ballet: An Illustrated Audience Primer, The San Francisco Ballet, San Francisco, California, 1990.
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