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Music for the Beginners' Ballet Class (Vol. 1)
4.7 out of 5 stars with 10 reviews
Barre and centre floor technique for the beginner ballet class. Develops strength, style, endurance and projection. Contains 2/4, 3/4, 4/4 and 6/8 tempos. Please note this title does not come with the cover Art. CD is sold in a jewel case with a traycard with song descriptions on the back..
mpn: 090266073825, ean: 0090266073825,
4.5 out of 5 stars with 69 reviews
Original owner - BMG Classics cd - cd and booklet are in overall like new, unplayed/unused condition!.
Tchaikovsky: The Nutcracker
mpn: 5099996769423, ean: 5099996769423,
4.1 out of 5 stars with 54 reviews
EMI CLASSICS IS PROUD TO ANNOUNCE THE BALLET EDITION -- A NEW SERIES OF 2 CD SETS DRAWN FROM THE CATALOGUES OF EMI CLASSICS, PRESENTING THE BEST-LOVED AND MOST POPULAR BALLETS, PERFORMED BY THE WORLD'S LEADING ORCHESTRAS AND CONDUCTORS. TCHAIKOVSKY: THE NUTCRACKER LØVENSKIOLD: LA SYLPHIDE PYTOR ILYICH TCHAIKOVSKY, HERMAN LØVENSKIOLD London Symphony Orchestra, André Previn, Copenhagen Philharmonic Orchestra, Ole SchmidtShrink-wrapped.
Khachaturian: Gayane, A Ballet in Three Acts
By Mobile Fidelity Sound Labs (MFSL)
mpn: AManPro-0047072, ean: 0015775190122,
4.4 out of 5 stars with 64 reviews
The USSR Radio and TV Large Symphony: Disc I: 1. - 4. Prologue, 2. - 11. Act I, 12. - 2. Act II. Disc II: 1, - 7. Remainder of Act II, 8. - 25. Act III.
A Covent Garden Class
4.2 out of 5 stars with 80 reviews
SM02C This warm collection of thirty-two compositions is a tribute to an area in London called Covent Garden. It is the main arts area in London and this compact disc blends together many different musical types to create a classroom atmosphere reminiscent of this artistic haven. Each selection on this 62 minute CD is played with the usual flair like stop time and big sweeping melodies that are so important to David Howard's ballet class. The CD starts off with the very familiar nocturne from
4.7 out of 5 stars with 107 reviews
Rainbow Body / Blue Cathedral / Symphony 1 / Appalachian Spring Suite
mpn: 089408059629, ean: 0089408059629,
4.6 out of 5 stars with 8 reviews
lanking two major works from an earlier generation of American composers are two shorter ones by contemporaries whose command of orchestral textures and hues make for a stimulating program. Christopher Theofanidis' Rainbow Body opens quietly, and builds to a shattering brass-and-percussion-led close, fully exploiting the rich colors of Atlanta's crack orchestra. Jennifer Higdon's Blue Cathedral, which closes the disc, is a finely textured exploration that, in her words, represents an imaginary
Copland: Grohg, Hear ye! Hear ye!, Prelude
4.1 out of 5 stars with 105 reviews
This music is hardly recognizable as that of America's greatest composer of ballet music. These are very early works of a composer fresh from Europe and from studying under Nadia Boulanger, who taught Copland to rely on folk sources for his music. This, for Copland, meant jazz. Grohg (written in 1922-25, revised in 1935) was Copland's first orchestral work, inspired by the German film Nosferatu, about a sorcerer bringing corpses alive to dance for his pleasure. If the only Copland you're
Khachaturian: Spartacus; Gayaneh / Glazunov: The Seasons
mpn: 028946031520, ean: 0028946031520,
4.2 out of 5 stars with 77 reviews
Khachaturian's popular ballet scores benefit from his vigorous leadership and the surprisingly idiomatic playing of the Vienna Philharmonic. All the favorite crowd-pleasers are here, including the Sabre Dance. This pairing of ballet suites was a demonstration disc back in LP days and the engineering is still impressive. For those not on Khachaturian's wave length (he does skate perilously close to kitschy vulgarism), the generous filler is a delight--Ansermet's dynamic account of Glazunov's
Instruments of Classical Music 1-10
mpn: AManPro-0054099, ean: 0018111584029,
4.8 out of 5 stars with 143 reviews
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Gold & Fizdale Play Dave Brubeck's Jazz Ballet Points on Jazz
mpn: CS 8478,
4.2 out of 5 stars with 66 reviews
Points on Jazz - a ballet suite for two pianos, composed by Dave Brubeck and commissioned by the American Ballet Theatre. Produced by Teo Macero. Extensive liner notes by Dave Brubeck. Carmen McRae sings ''There'll Be No Tomorrow'', the theme from Points on Jazz..