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The author of the book: Heather Rees
Edition: The Crowood Press Ltd
Date of issue: 01 Jul 2003
Format files: Epub, PDF
The size of the: 416 KB
City - Country: Ramsbury, United Kingdom
Full description of the book "Tap Dancing : Rhythm in Their Feet":This title offers a practical guide to tap dancing. The author first gives some insight into the history of tap and the influence of some of the great "foot percussion artists" before going on to explore the principles of rhythm and timing, the temp of tap music, techniques, style and choreography. Topics include the history and development of tap dancing; floors, shoes and costume; traditional steps and time steps; planning classes and exercises; sequences and routines; and improviszation and developing individual style.
About the author Heather ReesHeather Rees started dancing at the age of three. She trained in classical ballet with Marguerite Thomas in Penarth and learned 'American' tap with Gertrude Beaton. In her late teens she was introduced to the Imperial Society of Teachers of Dancing, for whom she eventually became an examiner. She teaches both in the UK and overseas, and continues to attend Master Classes.
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