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by Peggy Willis-Aarnio

Category: Humanities
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Author: Peggy Willis-Aarnio
ISBN: 0773470743
ISBN13: 978-0773470743
Language: English
Publisher: Edwin Mellen Pr; Illustrated edition edition (November 1, 2002)
Pages: 637
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by Peggy Willis-Aarnio. ISBN 13: 9780773470743.

by Peggy Willis-Aarnio. Publication Date: 11/1/2002.

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Agrippina Vaganova 1879-1951. Her Place in the History of Ballet and Her Impact on the Future of Classical Dance. by Peggy Willis-Aarnio. Published November 2002 by Edwin Mellen Press Willis-Aarnio (Texas Tech Univ. discovered Vaganova's pedagogy in the early 1970s and since then has worked hard to preserve and transmit the teaching method. With the publication of this massive book, the ballet world finally has a scholarly work describing the teaching method. The author looks at how Vaganova took huge amounts of information, distilled it to its essence, and then organized the material into a rational method that could be consistently and accurately taught.

"She had an uncanny, clear picture of the problems in the art and was the only one to discover where the true basis of dance science was laid," says.

Dance teachers around the globe advertise the Vaganova method in their schools, but who was Agrippina Vaganova (1879-1951), creator of this pervasive classical ballet technique? . Her theories on ballet education are detailed in her book, Fundamentals of the Classic Dance (published in 1934). She had an uncanny, clear picture of the problems in the art and was the only one to discover where the true basis of dance science was laid," says Peggy Willis-Aarnio, author of Agrippina Vaganova (1879-1951): Her Place in the History of Ballet and Her Impact on the Future of Classical Dance.

Vaganova (1879-1951) : Her Place in the History of Ballet and Her Impact on the Future of Classical Dance. She captures the soul, the passion and fire characteristic of the Russian people. No one is more qualified to reveal the truth about classical ballet than Peggy Willis-Aarnio.

Agrippina Vaganova (1879-1951) : Her Place in the History of Ballet and Her Impact on the Future of Classical Dance.

Willis-Aarnio's publications include, Agrippina Vaganova (1879–1951) : her place in the history of ballet and her impact on the future of classical dance, published in 2002 and the How to Teach Classical Ballet Series. Willis-Aarnio received Texas Christian University's Alfie Special Achievement Award for her choreography in Gilbert and Sullivan's ballad operetta, Patience

Willis-Aarino, Peggy. Agrippina Vaganova (1879–1951): Her Place in the History of Ballet and Her Impact on the Future of Classical Dance, Lewiston, New York: Edwin Mellen Press.

Willis-Aarino, Peggy. Commons has media related to Ballet of Russia. Russian Ballet Company. BBT/School of Russian American Ballet in Brooklyn, NY, USA. The Russian Ballet Academy of Indiana, a professional Vaganova method school.

Vaganova, Agrippina (1879–1951)Russian dancer and teacher who was the virtual founder of Soviet ballet . To this day she is regarded as one of the greatest teachers of dance of all time, and her impact on the world of ballet both inside and outside of Russia may never be erased.

Vaganova, Agrippina (1879–1951)Russian dancer and teacher who was the virtual founder of Soviet ballet, one of the greatest dance traditions of all time. Name variations: hailed in her youth by dance critics as "The Queen of Variations. In Leningrad, now renamed St. Petersburg, her bust stands in the rehearsal hall of the Vaganova School opposite that of the great choreographer of the tsarist period, Marius Petipa.

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