Britannica Learning Library Volume 05 - The Arts by Encyclop?dia Britannica, Inc.

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She always said, “When you sleep, sleep like a ballerina. ” Tallchief worked hard for five years and then joined the Ballet Russe de Monte Carlo. She danced in many ballets and even gave solo performances. Some of these solos were in Scheherazade and choreographer George Balanchine’s Serenade and Firebird. Tallchief receiving National Medal of Arts from President Bill Clinton in 1999. Tallchief married Balanchine in 1946, and AP/Wide World Photos soon they were both working with the company that became the New York City Ballet.

This kind of dance tends to be more theatrical and creative. Ballet dancing developed in Europe, (Top) Balinese dancers from Indonesia. (Bottom) Gitaga drummers and dancers of Burundi. where it became an especially graceful art form. Ballet dancers must train constantly for years to master difficult steps, turns, and leaps. With great strength and beauty, ballet dancers can tell a story through their movements. Swan Lake, about a princess turned into a swan, is one famous story ballet. Twentieth-century modern dance in the West took a different approach.

Sopranos are female singers with very high voices. Coloratura singers have to have a very light and flexible voice. They must be able to sing complex series of notes very rapidly. Sutherland was one of the most successful opera stars of her day. In 1978 she was knighted as a Dame Commander of the British Empire. She retired from the stage in 1990, at the age of 64. her fans U O Y ID to D nickname er LEARN MORE! READ THESE ARTICLES… CLASSICAL MUSIC • OPERA • ORCHESTRA © Bettmann/Corbis Answer: FALSE.

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