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Monday, January 29, 2018

Mad Monday Morph

Mad Monday Morph

I’ve talked about this concept before: Ballet Secret #7v: “Movement patterns should appear seamless”. And the more a dancer advances, the more important this becomes.

The audience should never know where one step ends and another begins, and it needs to be beyond seamless. Each step needs to morph into the next, making two parts into one, not only blurring the line between steps but eliminating the line (transition) altogether.

How is this achieved? By remembering Ballet Secret #7h: “Always think one step ahead”, and  - no surprise here - practice, practice, practice.

From the Big Blue Book of Ballet Secrets
Secret #22ccc:
“One step morphs into the next.”

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- Kurt Vonnegut.

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