Ebook – A Technique Of Advanced Standard Ballroom Figures

A beautifully presented Ebook by Geoffrey Hearn in chart form giving full descriptions of advanced Standard ballroom Figures used by competitors today The most significant step forward in creating quality in high-level performance since the accepted base of techniques was formulated John Knight – Past President, Fellow & Examiner IDTA.

Rhythm/Style: Standard
Level of Dance: All Level
Format: EBook

$12.00

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This book is the most significant step forward in creating quality in high-level performance in Ballroom Dance since the accepted base of techniques was formulated.
There are those who consider that technique is an unnecessary burden to a dancer and worse an imposition to a person whose job it is to communicate dance skills to others. They are usually those who have not studied, or been taught, the fundamental techniques that form the foundation of any endeavour but who rely on copying the performance of others. The competitor and teacher are in the business of creating an illusion, so whilst this method will succeed to a point, without a sound foundation on which to build, a vital ingredient is lost. There has always been a misconception that to have more figures, more complication, more gimmicks than anyone else must lead to success. Experience has taught that quality performance is the result of many hours of work and the knowledge formulated by practical teaching and coaching. The teachers or coaches job has always been to understand, interpret and develop the technique with the disciplines required and to look for ways of presenting figures in an efficient and interesting way, without losing the character of the dance. This is even more essential when there are so many figures common to more than one dance.

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