Posted 21 June 2006 - 04:10 PM
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Hope it goes well.
What by the way do you mean by French petit allegro?
Posted 23 June 2006 - 10:01 AM
Paul, when I mentioned a "French accent" in the petit allegro, I mostly meant I would like to get the students moving faster a little bit sooner than normally occurs in the Vaganova syllabus and also to use more unusual combinations/steps than one generally sees in a Russian-style class. (I don't intend any disrespect to Vaganova teachers or Russians with that statement.)
I would not intend to slavishly follow any one syllabus, nor would I market myself as a "Vaganova" teacher, as that would be a blatant lie. But I do try to base my teaching on what I know of Vaganova principles, and I was heavily influenced by my time at KAB (I also learned a bit about POB training while in Switzerland).
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