Books About Ballet
Whether your dancer is a college dance major, in a pre-professional dance program, or just wants to learn everything they can about dance, you will need to purchase books about ballet to help them in their quest for knowledge. A well written book will help your dancer understand the history of dance, the story of classical ballets, and the way their body works when moving through space as a dancer. Every serious dancer has a library of books they can reference time and time again as they grow and learn.
The Ballet BookTechnical Manual and Dictionary of Classical Ballet (Dover Books on Dance)Classical Ballet TechniqueBallerina: A Step-by-Step Guide to Ballet (Residents of the United States of America)Life in Motion: An Unlikely BallerinaThe Ballet CompanionTaking Flight: From War Orphan to Star BallerinaBallet Spectacular: A Young Ballet Lover’s Guide and An Insight into A Magical WorldApollo’s Angels: A History of BalletBasic Principles of Classical Ballet101 Stories of the Great Ballets: the Scene-by-scene Stories of the Most Popular Ballets, Old and New100 Lessons in Classical Ballet: The Eight-Year Program of Leningrad’s Vaganova Choreographic SchoolThe Ballet Book: The Young Performer’s Guide to Classical DanceNYC Ballet Workout: Fifty Stretches And Exercises Anyone Can Do For A Strong, Graceful, And Sculpted BodyTechnical Manual and Dictionary of Classical BalletFirebirdEverything You Wanted to Know About Ballet But Were Afraid to AskBallet For DummiesDance Anatomy (Sports Anatomy)Basic Ballet: The Steps Defined (Penguin Handbooks)American Dance: The Complete Illustrated History