Dancing, Technical Encyclopaedia Of The Theory And Practice Of The Art Of Dancing. by Charles D'albertDancing, Technical Encyclopaedia Of The Theory And Practice Of The Art Of Dancing. by Charles D'albert

Dancing, Technical Encyclopaedia Of The Theory And Practice Of The Art Of Dancing.

byCharles D'albert

Paperback | February 14, 2013

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Charles d'Albert's Dancing, published in 1913,was the first detailed technical dance dictionaryto be published in the twentieth century.D'Albert casts his net wide, with entries rangingfrom the technical terms of classical balletthrough ballroom dance to such rarified itemsas the ancient Greek war dance the Chironomie.In his introduction the author writes "No workin the English language has yet been given tothe Teacher of Dancing, which would serve as aserious basis for the Study of the Art he professesto teach. This book is launched in the confidenthope that it will act as Mentor, Guide andInstructor to my many Professional sisters andbrethren. Should it be the means of elevatingour Art, its object will have been attained. Inany case the reader cannot fail to find muchuseful information and valuable instructions inthe perusal of its pages.
Title:Dancing, Technical Encyclopaedia Of The Theory And Practice Of The Art Of Dancing.Format:PaperbackProduct dimensions:166 pages, 8.5 × 5.5 × 0.38 inShipping dimensions:8.5 × 5.5 × 0.38 inPublished:February 14, 2013Publisher:Dance BooksLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:1906830592

ISBN - 13:9781906830595

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Charles d'Albert's Dancing, published in 1913,was the first detailed technical dance dictionaryto be published in the twentieth century.D'Albert casts his net wide, with entries rangingfrom the technical terms of classical balletthrough ballroom dance to such rarified itemsas the ancient Greek war dance the Chironomie.In his introduction the author writes "No workin the English language has yet been given tothe Teacher of Dancing, which would serve as aserious basis for the Study of the Art he professesto teach. This book is launched in the confidenthope that it will act as Mentor, Guide andInstructor to my many Professional sisters andbrethren. Should it be the means of elevatingour Art, its object will have been attained. Inany case the reader cannot fail to find muchuseful information and valuable instructions inthe perusal of its pages.