Back in print, this Dictionary of Classical Ballet Terminology is a reference book that no teacher or student of ballet should be without. First published in 1995 and now in its 3rd (2007) Edition, Rhonda Ryman’s overview of the terminology used and developed by the Royal Academy of Dance is one of the most detailed and meticulously prepared ballet dictionaries on the market. Comprehensive yet compact, it is an ideal companion to the Foundations of Classical Ballet Technique and Progressions of Classical Ballet Technique.
Includes phonetic transcriptions, translations and cross-references, and a 10-page foreword by the author. 104 pages. Paperpack. 3rd Edition, 2007.