What is the Meaning of: Classical dance | Concept and Definition of: Classical dance

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The classical dance, also known as ballet, is a kind of dance that brings together several techniques and specific and graceful movements. In addition, the ballet is the name that allows to allude to the musical piece composed to be interpreted through dance.
This dance appeared during the Renaissance, at the time where the weddings and aristocratic events were celebrated with dancers from the Court, which showed their addresses. Over time, the movements and dance steps have improved or even sophisticated.
The ballet may be a stand-alone piece or be intercalated within an opera or a theatre work. Among the many types of classical dances, we will retain the courtly ballet, Romantic ballet and the ballet of action.
Classical dance requires a high concentration of the dancer, who must use body movements with high accuracy and coordination. Training is essential insofar as most forms of ballet require considerable flexibility and elasticity.
The holding has a fundamental role in classical dance. The dancers wear clothes that adhere well to the body so that their movements can be assessed more easily. The woman wears a tutu (a skirt) and the man wears a Leotard. Feet, they carry technical slippers which tips are in fabric, silicone or foam to reduce the pain when they dance on the tips.
However, this practice is risky because it causes damage to the foot, especially the toes. On the other hand, legs exert much force to support the weight of the body.
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