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by Shirley Hancock,Justin Howse

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ISBN:
0713651903
Author:
Shirley Hancock,Justin Howse
Category:
Performing Arts
Language:
English
Publisher:
Methuen Drama; 3rd edition (August 31, 2000)
Pages:
224 pages
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1840 kb
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1772 kb
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1839 kb
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by Justin Howse, Shirley Hancock. Published August 31, 2000 by A & C Black Publishers Ltd.

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Justin Howse is Consultant Orthopaedic Surgeon to the Royal Ballet Schools, the Royal Academy of Dancing, the .

Justin Howse is Consultant Orthopaedic Surgeon to the Royal Ballet Schools, the Royal Academy of Dancing, the English National Ballet Company and School, and the RDC Physiotherapy Clinic, London. Essential reading for any serious dancer.

Автор: Howse, Justin Hancock, Shirley Название: Dance technique and injury prevention Издательство: A & C Black .

It is a guide to techniques, injury prevention and treatment, focusing on five main areas - Anatomy and Physiology, General Injuries, Specific Injuries - cause and treatment, Technical Faults and Anatomical Variations.

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This is a guide to dance techniques, injury prevention and treatment focusing on the five main areas: anatomy and physiology, general injuries, specific injuries; their cause and treatment; strengthening exercises; technical faults and anatomical variations.
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This book written by Justin Howse, Consultant Orthepaedic Surgeon to the Royal Ballet Schools, The Royal Academy of Dancing and the Remedial Dance Clinic, London , and also by Shirley Hancock, Principal Physiotherapist to the Royal Ballet Schools, the Royal Academy of Dancing and the Remedial Dance Clinic ,London.
This book is a study reading requirement for the Royal Academy of Dancing Anatomy paper.
The foreward by Dame Ninette de Valois, says it all really. "This book gives us the opportunity to indulge in some serious reflection. It is full of highly technical observations on movement as related to the world of ballet and is accompanied by helpful instructions. A great deal of it should be rewarding to students, dancers, teachers, repetiteurs and ballet staff in general. I dare to add that in my opionion, it is also food for thought for choreographers. Today it is not customary for choreographers to give either scientific or practical thought to their choreographic demands. Let us recall that a composer has to remember to keep within the range of a singer's voice. It therefore seems right for a choreographer to study more carefully not only the limitation of dancer's limbs but also the limitation of their general stamina ."
You will never regret spending the money on this book.I refer to this book often. It has excellent photographs also.
I am fortunate in that one of my friends is a physiotherapist who works at the local medical centre.This book provides excellent back up.
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This is an indispensable resource for the physical therapist or Pilates instructor who works with dancers. It covers functional anatomy as it relates to the dancer, teaches the analysis of posture and movement as it relates to the classical dancer, the typical injuries sustained by dancers and their management and rehabilitation.
This text, combined with Sally Fitt's, Dance Kinesiology, should be in every therapist's library. If the book has one fault, it is that is focuses almost exclusively on classical dancers.