The first edition of Zorn's book was published in Leipzig in 1887 under the title Grammatik der Tanzkunst; later it was translated into English and Russian. Through text and Zorn's innovative dance notation system, the manual covers positions of the feet, preparatory exercises, arm movements, and step terminology of mid-nineteenth-century ballet. Several quadrille figures are notated as well as the minuet, gavotte, and numerous waltz, polka, and galop steps. A volume of music that includes over one hundred melodies to accompany the steps, exercise, and dances accompanies this edition.The pirouette is most frequently used to lend a brilliant finish to enchaa#39;inements of dancing steps, but it may also be used as ... 370. are written in the same manner as the complete turns, but in addition to the turning symbol, the letter t, meaninganbsp;...
|Title||:||Grammar of the Art of Dancing, Theoretical and Practical|
|Author||:||Friedrich Albert Zorn|
|Publisher||:||Boston, Mass. : Heintzemann Press - 1905|