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 Post subject: New and Original Ballet class music.
PostPosted: Mon Jul 11, 2005 4:28 pm 
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Hi everyone

This is the first time I have posted a message on this wonderful forum. I was doing some research and thought this would be a great place to gauge some thoughts on original ballet class music.

I am a ballet pianist and composer who has already released 3 volumes of original ballet class music a series I have called "Moving with Music". - for piano.

I am in a position to create another CD to add to this collection and I wanted to know if there was anything, besides free class music, that seems to be lacking on the music front?

I would be delighted to hear from any one out there if I should continue writing music for specific ballet exersises of whether there is another genre I should explore. I am also a composer of instrumental ballet music -large scale, and had even contemplated writing a CD of instrumental/orchestral music for the ballet studio. I feel this would be a great way to develop orchestral musicianship for ballet dancers.

Any thoughts or feedback would be greatly appreciated.

Thank you for your time.

Amanda Lee Falkenberg

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Ballet class CDs - Vol. 1-3
"Moving with Music"
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