Almost any sort of Classical Music really, the steps useddepending on the tempo and style of said music.
As the King of France he established the Académie Royale de Danse, the world's first ballet school.
The name of the music is Danse Macabre by Saint Sean.
"director of ballet company" is "directeur d'une compagnie de danse [classique]" or "directeur d'une compagnie de ballet".
Classical ballet is usually danced to classical music. Contemporary ballet is danced to variety of music.
Germaine Prudhommeau has written: 'Grammaire de la danse classique' -- subject(s): Ballet, Ballet dancing
Lyrical ballet is like ballet but dancing and feeling the music.
Ballet Music usually refers to classical music Ballet Music is the music that ballerinas dance to. It mostly consists of piano but can also include harps, flute and violin. Ballet is a very strict style of dance that girls often pursue at an early age. Just letting you know That I dance ballet and I am in a very high grade so I think I know alot about these type of questions. The top answer is not from me.
Jean Laurent has written: 'J'aime la danse' -- subject(s): Ballet
ballet can symbolize gracefulness or the music and the art of dancing
Ballet companies mostly use classical music, but some ballets use more modern music. My studio has done peices to contemporary and jazz songs before, so the music ballet companies use can vary.
For the following reasons: * It was the music of the time when ballet was first being danced. Classical music was the "popular" and "cool" music of the time. * It's beautiful songs really connect with ballet. * Even after classical music was not the popular music of the day, everyone thought of ballet with classsical music. * Older ballets were already written to classical music, it wouldn't make sense to rewrite the music for those historic and beautiful ballets.
ballet is about expressing feeling through movement, music and costumes.
A dance (ballet) accompanied by music played by a piano only.
Jean Georges Noverre has written: 'Letters on Dancing and Ballet' 'The Works of Monsieur Noverre (Music and Theatre in France in the 17th & 18th Centuries)' 'Lettres sur la danse et les arts imitateurs' -- subject(s): Ballet, Dance 'Letters on dancing and ballets' -- subject(s): Ballet, Dance
Serge Lido has written: 'Ballet panorama' -- subject(s): Ballet 'La danse d'aujourd'hui dans le monde' 'Ballet' 'Sauts' -- subject(s): Dance, Pictorial works
Tchaikovsky raised ballet music to a new level with lyrical melodies and rich orchestration.
The Nutcracker is an immensely popular holiday season ballet written by Tchaikovsky. Virtually all of the music is ballet music. You might also call it programatic or program music.
Yes, by the Sadler's Wells Ballet
Ballet has always used classical music like today. Usually its a CD if you see a ballet you rarely come across dancers performing to a Live Orchestra;.
'la danse' (fem.)