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by Marina Grut

ePub The Bolero School download
Author:
Marina Grut
ISBN13:
978-1852730819
ISBN:
1852730811
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Princeton Book Co Pub (May 2002)
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Marina Grut was honored by the Spanish Government in 1989 when King Juan Carlos I invested her as Dame . Her previous books include The HIstory of Ballet in South Africa (1981), Spanish Dance (1971), and The Jota (2000).

University trained, she is a professional ballet and Spanish dancer. She is founder of the Spanish Dance Theater (1982) in Washington, DC where she was lecturer at George Washington University in theater and dance

This is a book for both ballet and Spanish dancers. It is a journey through the history of the fascinating country of Spain with its vibrant culture and people.

This is a book for both ballet and Spanish dancers. It is the fusion of fifty years of ballet and Spanish dance experienced by the author as dancer, teacher and director of Spanish dance performances for her own company in the USA and others. The author endeavours to unlock and explain the many mysteries that surround this dance form for teachers, historians and lay readers

The Bolero School book. This is a book for both ballet and Spanish dancers.

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by Marina Grut (Author). Hardcover: 427 pages. Publisher: Dance Books Ltd (April 25, 2002).

Subtitle: An illustrated history of the Bolero, the Seguidillas and the Escuela Bolera: Syllabus and dances. Summary: The book traces the history of the classical Spanish dance, its regional roots, its connections to flamenco on the one hand and on the other hand also to the 19th century ballet of Cecchetti and Bournonville. The Pericet syllabus of exercises and sixteen dances is codified here for the first time, thereby greatly improving the chances that this endangered cultural heritage will survive.

The Bolero School is a book for both ballet and Spanish dancers. It is a journey through the history of the fascinating country of Spain, with its vibrant culture and people. The book is a fusion of fifty years of ballet and Spanish dance experience by the author as dancer, teacher, and director of Spanish dance performances for her own company in the USA and other countries. Grut endeavors to unlock and explain the many mysteries that surround this dance form for teachers, historians and lay readers.

Also explored is the bolero school's distinction from ballet, that makes it so unique. The book also contains biographies of Spanish dancers and teachers who have been connected with the bolero school through the ages. The historical progression and significance of the Escuela Bolera or the classical bolero school of Spanish dance and its regional roots are traced, as well as those of the Pericet family who today are its main preservers.

The Bolero School, Marina Grut, Princeton Book Co Pub. The author endeavours to unlock and explain the many mysteries that surround this dance form for teachers, historians and lay readers.

a b Grut, Marina; Lorca, Alberto; Carmona Pericet, Angel; Pericet, Eloy (2002). The Bolero School: The Bolero School: An Illustrated History of the Bolero, the Seguidillas and the Escuela Bolera: Syllabus and Dances. pp. 32, 36. ISBN 1852730811. Alvarez Munarriz, L. (2005). Antropología de la región de Murcia. p. 409. ^ "Bailes populares para detenerse".

London: Dance Books, Ltd. (distributed by Princeton Book Company in the United States). Suárez-Pajares, Javier and Carreira, Xoán . eds. Garafola, Lynn, preface. The Origins of the Bolero School. Molina, Ricardo and Mairena, Antonio. Mundo y formas del cante flamenco. In Studies in Dance History 4, no. 1 (Spring). Recommend this journal.

The Bolero School is a book for both ballet and Spanish dancers. It is a journey through the history of the fascinating country of Spain, with its vibrant culture and people. The book is a fusion of fifty years of ballet and Spanish dance experience by the author as dancer, teacher, and director of Spanish dance performances for her own company in the USA and other countries. Grut endeavors to unlock and explain the many mysteries that surround this dance form for teachers, historians and lay readers. The connection to ballet is explored, especially to the style of the 19th century as found in the Cechetti method and in the work of August Bournonville. Also explored is the Bolero School's distinction from ballet that makes it so unique.