Posted 06 November 2002 - 08:54 PM
Posted 07 November 2002 - 09:21 AM
kultur markets a video dictionary of classical ballet which explicates and demonstrates positions, poses, and steps in a somewhat methodical presentation.
there is at least on CD-rom that i believe aims in a similar direction.
otherwise there are barre/exercise cassettes around.
to answer better what you are asking here one might learn whether your curiosity is that of an observer, i.e. an individual who would like to better identify/recognize ballet steps, or that of someone hoping to hone his interest in practicing ballet personally.
i think it's agreed near and far that one cannot learn to dance from a tape, but i suppose there are some tapes that can act as helpful supplements.
if your interest is in any way historical, there is a tape put out by princeton books(?) that shows demonstrations of steps and combinations from the notebooks of august bournonville.
maybe you'd also like to post your query under a topic that dwells on teachers and teaching methods.
Posted 11 November 2002 - 02:54 PM
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