✯ The Red Shoes 1948 ~ Moira Shearer✯ One of my top 10 movies of all time in its effect on me - I cried for hours after I saw it - what a tragic film.
The Red Shoes - Moira Shearer. Patron of Tanwood school where I first learned ballet, Moira shearer is one of the most amazing ballerinas I ever laid eyes upon.
The Red Shoes is a British film about a young ballerina who joins an established ballet company and becomes the lead dancer in a new ballet called The Red Shoes, based on the fairy tale by Hans Christian Andersen.
'The Red Shoes' Moira Shearer, / Vintage Movement get your young daughters to watch this with you, very good film, very artsy.
'The Red Shoes' Moira Shearer, 1948. ♡ www.theworlddances.com/ #throwback #dance
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The Red Shoes - Moira Shearer. Moira Shearer a great Scottish beauty and ballet dancer became famous with the 1948 film 'The Red Shoes'
This quote speaks directly to me. I believe that you can lose yourself while dancing just like with any other art form. At the same time, through dance you can explore different emotions and practice your passion.
Losing yourself by ignoring what is going on in your life and finding yourself by doing what you love♡ My Life :)
Here is a collection of great dance quotes and sayings. Many of them are motivational and express gratitude for the wonderful gift of dance.
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Saddle Oxfords with the red crepe soles. The saddles were more expensive so I usually had plain gray ones. I hated the gray, & thought I was something whenever I got saddles. I was so rough on shoes I now know why I got the gray ones most of the time.