Monthly Archives: March 2014

The worst ballet class music in the world #1

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A long time ago, my friend and colleague Susie Cooper and I had a lot of fun trying to think of the worst possible music for certain exercises in a ballet class. First in our list was ┬áthe Song of … Continue reading

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Compound errors

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Someone asked me last night what made me want to do a PhD in music in ballet training. I explained that one of the reasons came out of trying to teach time signature to trainee ballet teachers. It’s not that … Continue reading

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Multi-tasking and supertasking

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As you’ll know if you read my blog, I’ve got a thing about multi-tasking – I think it’s a dangerous myth, and I’ll post anything I find to keep debunking it. Here’s another, though from an unusual angle: Meet the … Continue reading

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