[Reading] ➿ Danza! Author Duncan Tonatiuh – Girlnailart.us

Danza! As A Child, Amalia Always Thought She Would Grow Up To Be A Teacher That Is, Until She Saw Dancers Perform In Her Town Square She Was Fascinated By The Way They Twirled And Swayed, And She Knew That Someday She Would Be A Dancer, Too When She Began To Study Dance, She Studied Many Different Types, Including Ballet And Modern, Under Some Of The Best Teachers In The World But She Didn T Stop There She Also Traveled Throughout Mexico To Learn Its Regional Dances Soon, She Founded Her Own Dance Company, El Ballet Folklorico De Mexico, Where She Integrated Her Knowledge Of Ballet And Modern Dance With Folkloric Dances Her Company Then Began Performing All Over The Country And Soon All Over The World And Became An International Sensation That Still Tours Today.

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[Reading] ➿ Danza!  Author Duncan Tonatiuh – Girlnailart.us
  • Audio CD
  • Danza!
  • Duncan Tonatiuh
  • 22 March 2018
  • 1520082819

10 thoughts on “Danza!

  1. says:

    Gorgeous book that celebrates Amalia Hernandez, the genius who founded El Ballet Folklorico de Mexico Don t miss the back matter.

  2. says:

    Stunning Duncan Tonatiuh is so uniquely creative Great story, fantastic illustrations Is it award worthy You bet it is.

  3. says:

    A wonderfully written and illustrated admiring picture book biography with great attention to detail.

  4. says:

    No matter where you go in the world in any given point in history, people are dancing Some have to do it secretly but they dance Some movements and steps are particular to a specific region Other styles arepopular with individual age groups Certain dance forms can cross cultural boundaries, recognized and practiced throughout the world.If people wish to express sorrow or loss, observe a holiday or celebrate an event in their family or community, they dance Some people dance for the sh No matter where you go in the world in any given point in history, people are dancing Some have to do it secretly but they dance Some movements and steps are particular to a specific region Other styles arepopular with indivi...

  5. says:

    The illustrations carry this book The story is a little dry but the illustrations are SO engaging that they keep you reading.

  6. says:

    Danza Amalia Hernandez and El Ballet Folklorico de Mexico is a biography about the life of Mexican dancer Amalia Hernandez This book tells the story of Amalia, Ami s, life and how she was first inspired to start dancing when she was on vacation in Mexico and saw dancers dancing in the town square After that she decided she was going to become a dancer and began studying ballet and then modern dance Ami became a dance teacher and a choreographer and created ballets based on the folkloric danc Danza Amalia Hernandez and El Ballet Folklorico de Mexico is a biography about the life of Mexican dancer Amalia Hernandez This book tells the story of Amalia, Ami s, life and how she was first inspired to start dancing when she was on vacation in Mexico and saw dancers dancing in the town square After that she decided she was going to become a dancer and began studying ballet and then modern dance Ami became a dance teacher and a choreographer and created ballets based on the folkloric dances from the different regions of Mexico Ami s dance company performed folkloric ballet around the world and although she passed away in 2000 her dance company continues to perform.This book is an Orbis Pictus Award recommended book I listened to thi...

  7. says:

    Duncan Tonatiuh gives readers another glimpse into Mexican history with his biography of Amalia Hernandez, creator of the Mexican Folkloric Ballet and preserver of Mexico s folk dances The subject matter is interesting and well presented Tonatiuh uses his signature stylized illustrations, based on pre Columbian Mexican art I particularly loved the effect of the digital collaging on the dancers costumes throughout the book It gives the appearance of lush fabric Reading this book made me wan Duncan Tonatiuh gives readers another glimpse into Mexican history with his biography of Amalia Hernandez, creator of the Mexican Folkloric Ballet and preserver of Mexico s folk dances The subject matter is interesting and well presented Tonatiuh uses his signature stylized illustrations, based on pre Columbian Mexican art I particularly loved the effect of the digital collag...

  8. says:

    Wonderful portrait of Amalia Hern ndez and El Ballet Folkl rico de M xico a person I did not know, and a dance company I was unfamiliar with but, I am so glad to know about them now Duncan Tonatiuh s marvellous illustrations and his excellent st...

  9. says:

    It s sometimes a surprise to me that a picture book can be so filled with information Here is a story to inspire, a story that tells the tale of El Ballet Folkl rico de M xico and its creator, Amalia Hern ndez Duncan Donatiuh s folk art keeps certain rules as in a post from the School Library Journal When we talk about Tonatiuh s art it s important to understand why he s chosen the style that he has In interviews, the artist has discussed how his art is heavily influenced by ancient Mexic It s sometimes a surprise to me that a picture book can be so filled with information Here is a story to inspire, a story that tells the tale of El Ballet Folkl rico de M xico and its creator, Amalia Hern ndez Duncan Donatiuh s folk art keeps certain rules as in a post from the School Library Journal When we talk about Tonatiuh s art it s important to understand why he s chosen the style that he has In interviews, the artist h...

  10. says:

    10 15 2017 Danzais a lovely addition to Tonatiuh s body of work, and I look forward to hearing his name among the various 2017 award winners again I appreciate his attention to detail, and his efforts to find important stories to share with his readers In this book, he turns his attention to dancer, choreographer, and troupe director Amalia Hernandez and El Ballet...

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