THE ROLE OF JUMPING MOVEMENTS IN THE CLASSICAL BALLET REPERTOIRE
In classical dance, jumping movements play a very special role. Allegro is the summit of male dance and an integral part of female dance. A successful mastery of jumping movements in class is essential for their effortless execution on stage, which helps to create a memorable and multi-faceted artistic portrayal. The specific nature of modern art in the new millennium lies in the broadening of choreographic language and transformations in the aesthetics of executing jumping movements.
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