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Ontology of neoclassicism in choreographic culture, and also the genesis of a new classic in ballet theater XX-th − beginning of XXI-th century


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Page : 175-181

Keywords : neoclassical; neoclassical art; art culture; neoclassical style.;

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Spend an ontological analysis of neoclassicism in choreographic culture. It consists of a rationally-constructed, clear and consistent theory of ontology and philosophy of dance ballet; of inheritance and succession professional dance from antiquity to the early twentieth century; with universal build professional study of theater and stage dance; synthesis of dance with other art forms. Contemporary neoclassical choreography is closely connected with the philosophical ideas and new choreographic theory of the early twentieth century that have shaped its ethical and aesthetic principles. The artistic image and form in the ballet art of XX-th− beginning of XXI-th centuries creates a choreographer who consciously or unconsciously guided by certain aesthetic concepts of psychoanalysis, intuitional, existentialism, cosmism. These ideas are reflected in new aesthetic theory, dance and ballet, as well as scenic method of Michel Fokine, Fyodor Lopukhov, Leonide Myassine, George Balanchine, Frederick Ashton. Philosophical ideas and new choreographic choreographers of the twentieth century, the theory suggested that a combination of traditional ballet academic standards with new forms of dance. Has the philosophical and psychological concept of ballet as a home, with the help of free improvisation and experiment, to transmit internal sensations, impressions, emotions, psychology of relationships through professional dance movement; introduced philosophical and psychological concept as a major in ballet. Author revealed the specific style (author's style) in the ballet neoclassical − "Balanchinical" (1930−1985), "Choreodramatical" (since 1940) "Kilianical" (since 1975), "Eclectic" (since 1995). Defined chronological framework of neoclassical ballet to contemporary choreographic culture that have such interim stages: "Generation" (1905−1970) "Development" (1930−1990) "Eclecticism and synthesis" (1960−2015).

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