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 Post subject: Re: Difficult 'Combination'?
PostPosted: Tue Oct 10, 2000 11:19 am 
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Grace, <P>I must confess the glissade man I don't know about , but the other animations are in a book,<P>"Beginning Ballet - From the Classroom to the stage".<P>Joan Lawson with original Introduction by Kay Ambrose. Beginning Ballet comprises Beginners,Please! by the late Kay Ambrose and Dressing for the Ballet by the late Peter Revitt and Joan Lawson, who has reworked some of the material from both books.<P>As I have not seen the Kay Ambrose book, thank you for the info about the diagrams.<BR>Thanks also about the site reference - I will visit it today.


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 Post subject: Re: Difficult 'Combination'?
PostPosted: Wed Oct 11, 2000 4:41 am 
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thanks tip-toes. yes 'Beginners,Please!' by the late Kay Ambrose, is the book i had as a child, which contains these diagrams. i hope you enjoy dick's site - a good reference for dance history homework, if any of your students do any dance theory subjects.

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 Post subject: Re: Difficult 'Combination'?
PostPosted: Wed Oct 11, 2000 5:29 am 
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I have the other Ambrose books ( They were my mother's who was also a dancer) but I was not aware of the "Beginners Please" book.<P>I really enjoy looking at the ballet etiquette, and what to wear, and how to do hair and make-up for stage. Very charming. Styles have changed.


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