Dance! by Elisha Cooper

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Come join the dance company.
Streach.
Think.
Learn.
Together.
Rehearse.
Rehearse.
Rehearse.
Music.
Lights.
Costumes.
Now it' opening night...
Dance!
 

About Elisha Cooper

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Elisha Cooper is the author of several award-winning books, including "Dance!" and "Ice Cream". The "New York TimesBook Review" said of "Magic Thinks Big", "Elisha Cooper's watercolors, like his sentences, are simple and quiet and essentially perfect." The author lives with his family in Chicago, Illinois.
 
Published August 1, 2001 by HarperCollins. 32 pages
Genres: Education & Reference, Children's Books.

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The New York Times

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Glen Tetley’s “Voluntaries” was the first ballet created for the Stuttgart Ballet after the death of its director John Cranko in 1973, and it’s easy to see images of loss and mourning in its abstract sweep of dances to Poulenc’s Organ Concerto in G minor.

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The New York Times

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FOR Anna Pavlova (1881-1931), starting ballet school was like ''entering a convent .

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The Guardian

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Adam Cooper has lit up a thousand dance performances with his dramatic talent, his dance intelligence and his sex appeal.

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Publishers Weekly

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As Cooper chronicles the painstaking process of preparing for a performance, the spontaneous, lyrical narrative makes each scene easy to visualize (e.g., "The dancers play with the music, reaching out as if to catch the notes as they rise and fall around the studio").

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BC Books

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Death Dance is the latest in a series of Alexandra Cooper mystery novels, written by Linda Fairstein, a former New York City prosecutor.

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Book Reporter

What better excuse to curl up with a good thriller by a crackling fire than Linda Fairstein's latest venture into New York City's theatrical world, DEATH DANCE?.

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Pittsburgh Post-Gazette

Motorcyclist killed in crash with van in O'Hara One critically injured in Lower Lawrenceville crash Pitt's game plan for Adams flourishing ...

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New Zealand Listener

Get started today More by Francesca Horsley Royal New Zealand Ballet’s Giselle – review Subscriber content Tempo Dance Festival 2012 highlights Subscriber content Andrew Bowman: One stage at a time Subscribe...

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Project MUSE

The rest of the book shows just how global the editors' interests are, with the section on "America Dancing" (Part 3) framed by sections on "World Dance Traditions" (Part 2) and "Contemporary Dance: Global Contexts" (Part 4).

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