Janice Barringer Grade 3 Ballet Technique Video

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Janice Barringer Grade 3 Ballet Technique Video

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Janice Barringer Grade 3 Technique Video is Janice Barringer's 7th level of Ballet Technique. This level is intended for 13-15-year-old dancers.  This is a solid intermediate level.

Grade 3 has the form of a traditional ballet class. Battement soutenu and fondu are executed en relevé. Rond de jambe is more complicated and longer. Double frappé, faster petit battement, battement tendu pour batterie, tombé coupé, rond de jambe en l’air, penché arabesque, pas de bourré en tournant, different forms of sissonne, grand battement jeté pointé, balançoire and beginning exercises for beats are introduced at the barre. Center floor the student will learn a full adage with développé. Intermediate jumps and leaps such as grand jeté and grand jeté en tournant are combined in basic combinations. Pirouette, soutenu and piqué turns en dehors and en dedans are learned separately and in combinations.

Video includes:

  • 38 exercises explained by Janice Barringer then demonstrated by Allynne Noelle, Principle at Los Angeles Ballet Company
  • Technique notes included on disc as pdf files. Insert into computer ROM drive to view or print.

*Music of this work available as JBCD8103

Janice Barringer’s Ballet technique is known world wide as the most comprehensive ballet technique for the dance studio. Ms. Barringer understands that students of the dance studio are different from students at the ballet studio. Those students at the ballet studio will study 3-8 hours each week in ballet, whereas students at a dance studio study all genres of dance, including 1-4 hours of ballet. With this understanding sits the basis of her technique. Briefly put, The Janice Barringer Ballet Technique is created specifically for dance studios. Included in Ms. Barringer’s Technique are 9 levels. Intro to Ballet, Pre-Ballet, grade 1-4 with transition classes between grades 1-2, grades 2-3, and grades 3-4.

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