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Piano music for ballet classes, Part 4

Published a new sheet music book by Galina Pronicheva:

Piano music for ballet classes, Part 4

This new book is available in our online shop at reduced price: (10% off!) for customers, who order it until 5 December 2013!

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Music Ideas for Preschool Ballet

Engaging children in theater games serves to connect their bodies with their minds, to encourage children to use their bodies to express…

Preschool dancers have greater freedom in musical selection choices than many older ballet classes. In preschool ballet, the children learn a variety of dance styles and ways to move and control the body. The atmosphere of preschool dance is light and fun. Take advantage of the freedom by choosing from a wide variety of music. Choose a theme for the event based on the time of year, or perhaps some other theme you can come up with.

In beautiful Bloomington, Indiana, IU’s Jacobs School of Music also offers one of the best music programs in the world, including exceptional piano degrees. According to its website, Jacobs School of Music offers programs with the intensity of a conservatory mixed with the broad academics of a university. The university produces more than 1,100 musical, ballet and theater performances per year, showcasing the many talented IU students in Bloomington’s playhouses, theaters and auditoriums. Offering piano degrees on the undergraduate, graduate and doctorate levels, IU has produced some of the world’s best piano performers.

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