"Fantasy Belly Dance: Desire - 3 belly dancing choreographies" DVD
World Dance New York's Fantasy Belly Dance: Mystery, Magic, and Desire are a series of 9 INTERMEDIATE-ADVANCED LEVEL belly dance choreography instructions. NINE full expert choreographies you can learn, enjoy, and use in your own performances. The 9 choreographies are grouped on 3 DVDs. Each choreography can also be obtained individually as a instant video stream rental.
FANTASY BELLY DANCE: DESIRE - Sensuality, passion, enticement, goddess
1. Blanca performs and teaches: NYMPH
Blanca's belly dance performance
Blanca on 'growing as a dancer'
Blanca's Nymph Story
Tips on belly dancing with the veil
Instructional method explained
The Nymph story told in dance, with narration
Practice with vocal prompts
2. Naraya performs and teaches: SALOME'
The Salomé story
Naraya's instructional method
Full choreography demonstration
2. Darshan performs and teaches: TEMPLE PRIESTESS
The Temple Priestess story
Darshan's personal ritual
Preparing your own ritual
Structuring the TEMPLE PRIESTESS choreography
The belly dance styles presented by these nine top instructors range from Classic Belly Dance to Fusion, Tribal, and Gothic.
Instruction includes step-by-step breakdown of each dance and practice with music (or music and vocal prompts) for each combination.
Each choreography conjures up an evocative archetypal image, and emphasizes story-telling through dance. In addition to a full breakdown of every choreography and step-by-step movement instruction, each choreagraphy instruction segment includes a demonstration of each dance, comments in-depth from the instructor, as well as a full theater performance in costume.
Additional features enrich each instructor's section: Ayshe and Isidora offer tips on the use of hand veils, the sword, and 'wings-of-Isis.' You will learn about body conditioning for dance, emotional expression, and projecting a message to an audience through dance. Sera Solstice discusses the development of 'meaningful dance,' Darshan demonstrates creating a sacred space for your dance, the value of dance as a personal ritual, and more.