By Martin Blais
Очень любопытная книжка для тех, кто изучает латиноамериканские танцы.
Сама только начала ее читать, но стиль изложения и скрупулезность автора мне уже нравиться. :)
Выдержка из предисловия к книге:
"Когда я начал изучать латино-американские танцы в мае 2000 года (и танец в целом), я был весьма удивлен тому факту, что большинство из того чему меня учили, может быть очень хорошо описанно с использованием довольно определенных понятий. Это щекотало мой интеллект и дало стимул, чтобы задокументировать все то, что я узнал..."
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3: The three step sequence of salsa dancing. able to identify, quickly, and with certainty, where beat 1 is located (or at least where the downbeats fall). You absolutely must be able to tell unambiguously where the 1 is at any point in time, and be able to do it without effort. Some people maintain that it is better to dance to the “feeling” and that analyzing or counting is not a good thing. I think that this is an extremely foolish attitude that exhibit a very poor understanding of music. Analyzing and counting provide you the basic tools for eventually not having to count and feel the music right.
2. 1 Latin Dance Study Guide Clave Son By far the most common type of clave you’ll encounter is the son clave. 4: Son Clave. Even though the clave can sometimes be heard in the music (incidentally played on the clave instrument, a pair of wooden blocks which produce a sharp high-pitched sound), in general you won’t hear it. Rather, it is a musical pattern “around which” all the other instruments play. Although the instruments don’t necessarily play the clave pattern directly, they are very much influenced by it and the musicians are constantly conscious of the clave when interpreting the music.
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