Bill Brown: New Music for Your Ballet Class
Bill Brown: New Music for
Your Ballet Class



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Finis on CBS


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23 Original Selections. 11 barre, 12 center exercises. Teacher's request! A reissue of sell-out favorites. Since his music first came out, it was love at first hearing, for all of us, everywhere. This truly is American music at its best - it's simply a Must. Unforgettable, inspired, inspiring music that is a testament to the unique genius of Bill Brown, who died of AIDS but lives on forever through the timeless classicism of his extraordinary music.


1. Pliés: flowing 6/8, 3:58 minutes
2. Battement tendu: flowing 2/4, 1:45
3. Battement tendu: moderate 3/4, 3:18
4. Battement tendu, dégagé: moderate 2/4, :49
5. Battement dégagé: fast 2/4, 1:06
6. Rond de jambe à terre & en l’air: slow 2/4, 1:45
7. Adagio: moderate 3/4, 2:01
8. Battement frappé: moderate 2/4, :40
9. Battement fondu: quick 3/4, 1:09
10. Battement sur le cou-de-pied: fast 2/4, :58
11. Grand battement: Spanish 6/8 waltz, 1:04
12. Adagio: flowing 6/8, 2:04
13. Pirouettes: moderate 2/4, 1:25
14. Mazurka: 3/4, 1:35
15. Tango: 2/4, 1:09
16. Jig: 6/8, 1:23
17. March: moderate 4/4, 1:22
18. Little jumps: moderate 6/8, :53
19. Piqué turns: quick 2/4, :35
20. Grand allégro: heavy 2/4, 1:07
21. Coda, fouetté turns: 2/4, 1:00
22. Grand allégro: 3/4, 2:09
23. Réverence: adagio, 4/4, 1:04


Classic Classes 1 - Advanced Beginning/Intermediate Pointe Class
The Thinking Dancer: Working at the Barre
The Thinking Dancer: Dancing in the Center


"This music is so inspiring. Every exercise is a lesson in expression and performance as well as personal technique. Thank you for caring for a dancer-teacher-student's emotional and artistic needs, as well as the technical aspects!" - Robin Conrad Sturm, Northern Virginia Dance Academy, Asaph Dance Ensemble, Manassas, VA