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Ballet in the world

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Ballet, a European classical dance, was born in the Italian Renaissance. In the second half of the 17th century, it began to develop in France and became more professional, and it was constantly innovating in the world. One of the most important characteristics of ballet is that the actress is on the tiptoe when performing, so it is also called toe dance. His representative works include "Swan Lake", "Fairy", "Nutcracker" and so on. Ballet is a musical and dance technique to perform a dramatic plot. Ballet art was born in Italy, born in the French court of Louis XIV in the late seventeenth century. It was perfected in France in the 18th century. In the late 19th century, it entered the most prosperous era in Russia. During the nearly four hundred years of sustained historical growth, ballet has had a great influence on the world's countries and spread widely.

In the history of ballet development, there are two main aesthetic ideas that have been working. One view is that ballet is a “pure dance”. The 16th-century Italian dance teacher and the director of the “Queen's Comedy Ballet” Bojoye believes that ballet is “a combination of geometric patterns that dance together for several people”. This view is entirely focused on the beauty of the ballet form, almost without considering the content or plot of the ballet, often leading to the pursuit of skill is superb, gorgeous. Before the mid-18th century, this view dominated the creation of ballet. Another point of view emphasizes that ballet is a "dramatic dance", and Novell's "plot ballet" theory most strongly represents this view. The above two main ideas are still in effect today. Many editors are dedicated to creating dramatic or plotial ballet works. Some of them are dedicated to ruthless ballet and focus on form beauty. The outstanding plays in both works are audiences. Appreciate and often stage as a repertoire.

At the end of 1929, Lifar became the permanent choreographer and main dancer of the Paris Opera Ballet. He left until 1958 and actually carried out a reform, such as abolishing the patrons to go backstage and dance before the ballet performance. The family chats for a century of ancient rights. There is also an opening ceremony once a week. When he replayed Giselle in 1932, Lifal played Albert, a talented person. France's two major editors, Laurent Petty, compiled the "Notre Dame de Paris" in 1965 based on the music of Yarra, and achieved great success. The "Firebird" directed by Morris Bayar in 1970 is one of the most chic works. The repertoire of the Paris Opera Ballet also includes "Giselle", "Gercia" and "Silvia".

The Royal Danish Ballet is an excellent successor to the Danish national tradition. The dance drama created by Bununville a hundred years ago is still performed in Copenhagen in a pure style. (actually the old French style) In the Danish ballet, the traditional consciousness has always been very strong. In 1932, Harald Randall was appointed as the ballet director of the Royal Theatre. Until 1952, he was the "exercise" rearranged in France and the United Kingdom. It was a brilliant exhibition of ballet techniques.

In Russia, after the October Revolution, Gorsky insisted on the expressiveness of the drama, and that his dancers lived in the role of Stannislavsky. The ballet originally produced in the court did not perish. In 1927, he performed "Red Poppies" in Moscow. It was the first modernist dance drama of Russia. It marked the victory of the classical school and pointed out the standard of follow-up. The classical ballet won a new reputation. Semenova and Ulanova made their debut on the stage. The newly created dance drama focused on the drama structure and used folk dance to enrich the vocabulary of dance choreography. Russian ballet began a revival.

From the 1581 French performance "Queen's Comedy Ballet" to the world for more than 400 years, ballet has spread all over the world, is recognized as an important part of human cultural heritage, and has become a worldwide art. Many countries on five continents have established their own professions. Ballet school and ballet performance group. In today's world, ballet art is flourishing, classical ballet and modern ballet, drama ballet and symphony ballet are competing in different genres, and a large number of talents and repertoires emerge. Many countries have gradually formed their own style characteristics, in the artistic performance of ballet. New explorations and creations continue to emerge.

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