Guest Old Fashioned Posted May 20, 2003 Report Share Posted May 20, 2003 I received it in the mail awhile back, and I was flipping through it again just yesterday and read this in one of the articles on music that I had passed up before: Yet another view comes from teachers who think that music isn't that important. If fact, George Balanchine was reported to have said, "Make your own music," encouraging dancers to focus on the physicality of movement rather than the musicality. This obviously came as quite a shock. I doubt sincerely, when (or if) he said that, it was meant in that context. What do you think Balanchine was trying to say? Quote Link to comment
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