Meaning and Definition of ballet | Concept and What is.

What is Ballet?

The ballet or classical dance is an important form of art in motion, admired around the world, presenting great dexterity and beauty in its interpretation. It is considered as the mother of the dances for allowing who studies it and practice the full domain of the body. In addition to the dance itself, the ballet may also include music, MIME, decoration and machinery. In fact, musical composition performed by classical dance, also called ballet.

The ballet, which is today considered to be inside one of the performing arts, was born at the end of the 15th century, in the culture of the Renaissance Court of Italy, as a dance form of fencing. But the development of the ballet took place in France in times of Luis XIV, especially in the 17TH century. In fact, the ballet has its own vocabulary that has a large number of French words. Despite its development and reforms carried out by Jean-George Noverre in the 18th century, the ballet lost popularity in France after 1830; However, it is developed in other European countries such as Italy, Russia and Denmark. Among them, Russia was essential to the expansion of the dance because of the worldwide popularity reached by Sergei Diaghilev's Ballets Russes.

During the 20th century, ballet continued its development, improving techniques and varying in styles. Today, has a strong influence on the concert dance and current dancers are considered far superior to the last technical skills. The ballet is in fact a highly technical form of dance that requires study and constant practice, even better if it is from an early age. Around the world there are specialized ballet schools that teach it using their own culture and society. The ballet is a dance choreographed and commonly accompanied by classical music, and may also include facial expressions and actions.

There are three main styles of ballet. Classical ballet is the most formal style of them. It is characterized by using traditional dance techniques. Neoclassical ballet is a style that uses traditional ballet vocabulary but is less rigid than the classic. And the contemporary ballet is a dance with influence of classical ballet and modern dance. Important to clarify that a person with ballet Studios, can dance any other style of dance since it allows the perfect mastery of the instrument body. In ballet studies there are different methods used as preparation. The four main ones are Russian, Italian, French and Danish. Other methods include English, American and Cuban.

One of the most recognized forms of ballet are ballet probes, which are special shoes tipped cardboard or plaster, allowing to hold precisely on tip. They were created to stylize the woman's body to the dance. Its use requires much study and practice since it requires great technique and strength of legs. A person without training could be seriously injured if he gets to use these famous shoes.
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