9780813017686-0813017688-Pas de Deux: A Textbook on Partnering

Pas de Deux: A Textbook on Partnering

ISBN-13: 9780813017686
ISBN-10: 0813017688
Edition: Second
Author: Nikolai Serebrennikov
Publication date: 2000
Publisher: University Press of Florida
Format: Paperback 168 pages
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ISBN-13: 9780813017686
ISBN-10: 0813017688
Edition: Second
Author: Nikolai Serebrennikov
Publication date: 2000
Publisher: University Press of Florida
Format: Paperback 168 pages

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Acknowledged author Nikolai Serebrennikov wrote Pas de Deux: A Textbook on Partnering comprising 168 pages back in 2000. Textbook and eTextbook are published under ISBN 0813017688 and 9780813017686. Since then Pas de Deux: A Textbook on Partnering textbook was available to sell back to BooksRun online for the top buyback price or rent at the marketplace.

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"Mr. Serebrennikov's book is widely famous throughout the world. Students, teachers, and dancers in all fields of dance will find this important work useful."-- Svetlana Osiyeva, ballet faculty, Harid Conservatory, Boca Raton, and former principal dancer and soloist with the Kirov Ballet


Pas de Deux has been widely regarded as the foremost existing textbook on the art of partnering.
First published in 1969 in Russian by one of the world's most respected experts on partnering, the original book was created for the Vaganova Ballet Academy in St. Petersburg, the school that produced Pavlova and Nijinsky. This expanded edition contains new text, sketches, and photographs that describe 32 new poses and lifts, along with new information about strengthening exercises and balance points. It is adaptable to instruction based on the Royal Academy of Dancing and the Cecchetti methods, making it invaluable for teachers and dancers of all three major methodologies.
Beginning with simple exercises for young dancers, the comprehensive text guides students, teachers, and choreographers safely to complex lifts and tosses. The instruction is useful to all forms of dance, including ballet, jazz, modern dance, ballroom dancing, and ice dancing.

Nikolai Serebrennikov, a former dancer with the Kirov Ballet, is a master pedagogue at the Vaganova Ballet Academy in Russia.

Marian Horosko, a former member of the New York City Ballet, is the education editor of Dance Magazine. She is the author of many books, most recently Sleeping Beauty and Ballet Technique for the Male Dancer.

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