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Author: Joyce Mackie
ISBN: 014046445X
Subcategory: Performing Arts
Pages 128 pages
Publisher Penguin Books; Reprint edition (June 26, 1980)
Language English
Category: Photo and Art
Rating: 4.3
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eBook Basic Ballet: The Steps Defined (Penguin Handbooks) download

by Joyce Mackie


Basic Ballet: The Steps . .has been added to your Cart. Joyce Mackie was born in 1920 and went to the City of London School

Basic Ballet: The Steps . Joyce Mackie was born in 1920 and went to the City of London School. She started as a pupil at the Cone School of Dancing at the age of nine, and the Arts Educational School, as it is now called, was to command a large part of her life for more than 40 years. She briefly performed as a dancer, but her main contribution to the dancing profession was as a teacher, and she was on the staff of the Arts Educational School for 32 years, during the latter part of which she was also head of vocational studies.

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For ballet students, instructors, and performers: Basic Ballet by Joyce Mackie is a must for the studio. The ballet steps are carfully defined and easy to follow through the step by step illistrations

For ballet students, instructors, and performers: Basic Ballet by Joyce Mackie is a must for the studio. The ballet steps are carfully defined and easy to follow through the step by step illistrations. Many of the defined steps are basic, but a good number of them are intermediate to advanced in ballet training. If you're serious about ballet, you want this book. Outstanding Beginner's Book. Published by Thriftbooks. com User, 22 years ago.

This unique handbook shows all the basic positions, steps, and movements in classical ballet, arranged in the sequence of lessons usually followed over six years of training

Category: Performing Arts. This unique handbook shows all the basic positions, steps, and movements in classical ballet, arranged in the sequence of lessons usually followed over six years of training. An invaluable practice manual for dance students, it is also a wonderful companion to the dance for ballet enthusiasts or anyone who wants a better understanding and appreciation of the art. About Joyce Mackie.

Published June 26th 1980 by Penguin Books (first published January 1st 1980).

Basic Ballet: The Steps Defined. An invaluable practice manual for dance students, it is also a wonderful companion to the dance for ballet enthusi. All the basic movements in classical ballet, illustrated with 275 detailed photographs. Paperback, 128 pages. Published June 26th 1980 by Penguin Books (first published January 1st 1980). Basic Ballet: The Steps Defined (Penguin Handbooks).

It's a good book for gaining a basic understanding of ballet movements and terminology.

Format: PaperbackChange. It's a good book for gaining a basic understanding of ballet movements and terminology.

Basic Ballet by Joyce Mackie (Hardback, 1980). Penguin Books Ltd. ISBN-10. Product Identifiers.

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This unique handbook shows all the basic positions, steps, and movements in classical ballet, arranged in the sequence of lessons usually followed over six years of training. show more. Format Hardback 128 pages. Dimensions 11. 4 x 110 x 1. 8mm 113g. Publication date 26 Jun 1980. Publisher Penguin Books Ltd.

Step-by-step instructions explain how to warm up, choose the proper equipment, and incorporate ballet into . Welcome to the Ballet. Chapter 2: Stocking the Tools of the Trade. Chapter 3: Getting Toasty: Warming Up Your Body.

Step-by-step instructions explain how to warm up, choose the proper equipment, and incorporate ballet into your exercise routine - no matter your age or fitness level. Chapter 5: Music, Maestro!Part II: Belly Up to the Barre. Chapter 6: Basic Barre-Tending. Chapter 7: Stepping It Up at the Barre. Chapter 8: Getting a Leg U. art III: Center Floor, Anyone?Chapter 9

All the basic movements in classical ballet, illustrated with 275 detailed photographs.This unique handbook shows all the basic positions, steps, and movements in classical ballet, arranged in the sequence of lessons usually followed over six years of training. An invaluable practice manual for dance students, it is also a wonderful companion to the dance for ballet enthusiasts or anyone who wants a better understanding and appreciation of the art.
Stan
HAHA I thought this was a BIG book...turns out it is 1/4 of a book....nice reference for your pocket or dance bag...so that is where it is going (in the stocking so my daughter can put it in her dance bag...and hopefully read it!) It is well illustrated and I love any reference (pocket size is okay too!) that pertains to dance (ballet especially!) I got it "used-very good condition" and it was JUST as described! Thank you- I really like this TINY book!
Road.to sliver
This book was so tiny, was very difficult to look at foot positions, etc. very disappointed.
Hystana
This very complete volume is a lovely gift book as well as a useful reference book. The only weakness is the lack of emphasis on arm positions when doing the steps although they are illustrated in the photographs. I believe dancers who have experienced the following will find it useful too: When I was a student of ballet, I was frustrated by the subtle differences in the standards of different teachers. Sometimes I wondered, "So how EXACTLY am I supposed to do this?" I did not enjoy being corrected for what a prior instructor had taught me and pronounced well-executed. This book would have clarified things for me at the time. Now that I practice alone, I find this book invaluable. Also, I support Christine's review dated May 4, 2001.
Yozshugore
I had this book 30 years ago when I started ballet as an adult. It helped me tremendously as far as learning ballet terminology. If the instructor called out a step that I didn't know, I would come home and look it up and understand what I needed to do to create it. I loaned it out the first time but won't do that again. I hope it helps my grandchildren.
Tantil
A nice little book that shows the basic ballet moves. I wish the book was a little bigger eg 5" x 5" because I show the photos to students in my ballet exercise class so they can see what a pro looks like doing the moves.
Yozshujinn
excellent reference book just wish it was bigger than a postcard!
Mejora
Perfect to keep in your dance bag.
I'm a dance teacher, but it had been a while since my full immersion in ballet. Whenever I blank on the name of something or just need a quick reference, this book is perfect. Love it.