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#1 Ray


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Posted 21 May 2011 - 07:00 AM

OK, I put this in "Ballet History and Music" because it does concern a dance score. But it's not really about dancing, so if moderators need to move it, that's of course OK...

I was so impressed by a recent web feature that the San Francisco Symphony has made available, called "Keeping Score." If you go to this link, and then click on
"follow the score," an animated cursor will guide you through sections of the score, with some written commentary (and probably other features that I haven't discovered yet). Wouldn't it be great if there was something comparable for ballet--especially that didn't always rely so heavily on first-person commentary from performers or directors?

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