Dance Appreciation 2001-1

Dance Appreciation - Dance Appreciation Read about classical ballet classicism romanticism romantic ballet Classical Ballet Highly technical has

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1/17/12 Dance Appreciation Read about classical ballet, classicism, romanticism, romantic ballet… Classical Ballet Highly technical; has its own terminology Performed with classical music Hard to achieve, a lot of effort to achieve Late Romantic Ballet & Ballet Blanc- most well-known (ALL THIS HAPPENED WHEN SHIFTED TO ROMANTICISM) o Preoccupied with female o Focused on pointe, flow, and precise movements o Wore a conventional, short, white French tutu Classicism: Art produced in antiquity or inspired by it later on Define everything by how it relates to the university Notes: Used French terminology for Ballet o Went to England (Royal Academy of Dance), Russia (The Vaganova technique-big large), Copehang Denmark (August), Italy (Enrico Chaquette), and continued in France o Technique developed based on where the dance was performed o Italy-tarantella- very fast- social dance at first but evolved into intricate Takes about ten years to establish a good dancer
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This note was uploaded on 03/04/2012 for the course DANC 2001 taught by Professor Foster during the Spring '12 term at University of Georgia Athens.

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