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Boxed Set DVD3 + CD + Book

Boxed Set DVD3 + CD + Book

Initiation to Dance Classe

Children 5-7 years

In five languages: English, French, German, Spanish and Polish

Irena Tatiboit

Editions Bourg Blanc offers you this third Boxed Set DVD3 + CD + Book, an Initiation to Dance Class directed by Irena Tatiboit. The choice of exercises presented allows the structuring of the young child’s body through playful experimentation with simple gestural elements and choreographic situations expressed in games. This general method of exploring rhythm, space, balance and motor skills is aimed at teachers and dance enthusiasts.

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Full description

The DVD3

I. Floor exercises (7 exercises
II. Rhythm exercises (7 exercises)
III. Move, dance with the whole body, following instructions (5 exercises)
IV. Dance with an object, dance with a constraint (4 exercises)
V. Moving, dancing in space (5 exercises)
VI. Invent games with your body (3 exercises)

50 explanatory sequences with close-up views. The exercises are presented in considerable detail and commented in 5 languages to choose from. The DVD3 is interactive, for computer or TV.

The DVD3 presents a selection of 31 exercises that will introduce young children from 5 to 7 years old to the world of dance; at this early age, the child’s body has not yet chosen a specific technique or a particular dance style. During this initiation period, the child discovers above all the pleasures of moving his body, he learns to structure it, to place it in space and time of the musical measure, whatever his physical abilities.

This initiation phase allows the child to grasp, while having fun, the terminology of dance elements and experience the foundations of different techniques.

The DVD3 proposes six sets of exercises, each with their specific instructions to help you compose a personal class suited to your temperament and that of your students. The conscientious repetition of exercises facilitates the assimilation of long-term tangible achievements that are essential to a methodical learning of dance by young students.

The DVD3 presents a selection of 31 exercises that will introduce young children from 5 to 7 years old to the world of dance; at this early age, the child’s body has not yet chosen a specific technique or a particular dance style. During this initiation period, the child discovers above all the pleasures of moving his body, he learns to structure it, to place it in space and time of the musical measure, whatever his physical abilities.

This initiation phase allows the child to grasp, while having fun, the terminology of dance elements and experience the foundations of different techniques.

The DVD3 proposes six sets of exercises, each with their specific instructions to help you compose a personal class suited to your temperament and that of your students. The conscientious repetition of exercises facilitates the assimilation of long-term tangible achievements that are essential to a methodical learning of dance by young students.

The CD

The CD included in the box contains all the original music accompanying the class

All accompanying music was especially composed for this class by Andriy Bondarenko, composer, pianist and arranger living in Ukraine.

Music recording : Glier Kyiv Institute of Music recording studio, National Radio Company of Ukraine recording studio.
Musicians : Andriy Bondarenko (piano), Andriy Diomin (clarinet), Sergiy Demianchuk (trumpet), Sviatoslava Semchuk (violin), Polina Kruglova (viola), Dmytro Radzetsky (guitar), Vasyl Babych (cello), Anton Zhukov (contrabass), Oleg Pakhomov (percussions)

The book

The 292-page book contains all the detailed descriptions and includes a comprehensive glossary of terms of contemporary dance to enable all that leads to the accuracy of the movement. It is an effective teaching method developed by Irena Tatiboit. Each teacher will be able to actively capture and invent a personal vocabulary in his or her own educational choices.

Establish a vocabulary.

Even if dance is a language of the body, the teaching of it requires a vast collection of educational tools, a vocabulary to provide a rigorous training which is at the same time flexible.
To meet the needs of both students and teachers, Irena Tatiboit uses a vocabulary that does not hesitate to “invent” expressions and adapt terms to explain the nuances and quality of movements and sensations.

In the glossary that can be found after the presentation of the exercises, all the words marked with an asterisk (*) can be found there and those which are in italics refer to the technical vocabulary of classical dance.

Establish a vocabulary.

Even if dance is a language of the body, the teaching of it requires a vast collection of educational tools, a vocabulary to provide a rigorous training which is at the same time flexible.

To meet the needs of both students and teachers, Irena Tatiboit uses a vocabulary that does not hesitate to “invent” expressions and adapt terms to explain the nuances and quality of movements and sensations.

In the glossary that can be found after the presentation of the exercises, all the words marked with an asterisk (*) can be found there and those which are in italics refer to the technical vocabulary of classical dance.

Irena Tatiboit – Teacher

Irena Tatiboit danced at the National Ballet of Poland; a graduateof the Warsaw Opera School and the National Superior Conservatory, she specialized in contemporary dance (Nicolais, Cunningham) in New York; for thirty five years she has taught dance and choreography. Irena Tatiboit also has a career as a painter. She has worked in public and private organizations in various countries of the world, in Poland, Malaysia, Russia, USA, Tunisia, Spain, Portugal and France, with more than 60 shows; In 1991, she created Le Carré d’Art in Strasbourg, a Contemporary Dance School, which she is still directing.

Teaching objectives

Through the introductory class, the child “enters into dance” by developing its availability and stimulating the pleasure of movement. It accompanies the child in his discovery of the practice of dance. Initiation leads to structuring of the body, it places it in the musical measure.

This general method of exploration of rhythm, space, balance and motor skills must precede any specific formal approach to ballet or other codified technique. This training emphasizes the process of early learning to dance rather than the outcome.

During the initiation phase, the child also discovers evidence of the language of dance. By refining and developing physical abilities, the young dancer learns to express himself better with his body.

Characteristics

Weight 630 g
Durée du DVD

90 min

CD duration

110 min

Number of pages in the book

292

DVD in five languages

English, French, German, Spanish and Polish

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