A Child's Introduction to Ballet

A Child's Introduction to Ballet

The Stories, Music and Magic of Classical Dance

Book - 2007
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Ballet dancers of all ages love the mesmerizing stories of the world's great ballets, and in this charmingly illustrated book plus music CD, younger readers will enjoy fun facts, dancing how-tos, some history behind the dances and compositions, plus profiles of famous ballerinas and dancers while listening to excerpts of classical music.

From Swan Lake and The Nutcracker to Peter and the Wolf and Fancy Free , the twenty-five of the world's best-loved ballets are shared, accompanied by corresponding tracks on an enclosed CD. These stories bring ballet to life, inspiring readers to dance along to the music that has made them enduring classics.

Woven into these tales is a captivating, illustrated history of ballet, filled with information and profiles of the world's great dancers, choreographers, and composers. There are even instructions on ballet positions and the key moves that every dancer needs to know.

The musical selections included on the CD are keyed to specific points in the text, making the book uniquely interactive, educational, and fun.
Publisher: New York : Black Dog & Leventhal Publishers, 2007.
ISBN: 9781579126995
1579126995
Call Number: 792.8 LEE
Characteristics: 96 p. : col. ill. ; 26 x 27 cm + 1 sound disc (digital ; 4 3/4 in.)
Subjects: Ballets -- Stories, plots, etc. -- Juvenile literature.
Ballet dancing.
Ballet -- Juvenile literature.
Additional Contributors: Hamilton, Meredith
Alternative Title: Child's introduction to ballet

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