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Akrobatik

Dari Wikipedia, ensiklopedia bebas Langsung ke: navigasi , cari Carilah akrobat di Wiktionary, kamus gratis. Akrobat adalah kinerja prestasi luar biasa keseimbangan , kelincahan dan koordinasi motorik . Hal ini dapat ditemukan di banyak seni pertunjukan , serta banyak olahraga . Akrobat yang paling sering dikaitkan dengan aktivitas yang membuat ekstensif menggunakan unsur-unsur senam, seperti Acro tari , sirkus , dan senam , tapi banyak kegiatan atletik lainnya-seperti balet dan menyelam -mungkin juga mempekerjakan akrobat. Meskipun akrobat paling sering dikaitkan dengan kinerja tubuh manusia, mungkin juga berlaku untuk jenis lain dari kinerja, seperti aerobatics .

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1 Sejarah 2 Pendidikan 3 Lihat pula 4 Referensi 5 Pranala luar

[ sunting ] Sejarah

Sebuah akrobat perempuan digambarkan pada Yunani Kuno hydria , ca. 340-330 SM.

Di China , akrobatik telah menjadi bagian dari budaya sejak Dinasti Han Barat , lebih dari 2000 tahun yang lalu. Akrobat adalah bagian dari panen desa festival . [1] Selama Dinasti Tang , akrobatik melihat banyak jenis yang sama pembangunan sebagai akrobat Eropa melihat selama Abad Pertengahan, dengan menampilkan pengadilan selama 7 abad ke-10 melalui mendominasi praktek. [2] Acrobatics terus menjadi bagian penting modern seni berbagai Cina . Tradisi akrobatik ditemukan di banyak Barat budaya juga. Minoan seni dari sekitar tahun 2000 SM berisi penggambaran prestasi akrobatik di punggung sapi jantan, yang mungkin merupakan ritual keagamaan . Para pengadilan mulia menampilkan dari Eropa Abad Pertengahan sering akan mencakup pertunjukan akrobatik bersama dengan lagu , juggling kegiatan dan lainnya. Meskipun istilah awalnya diterapkan untuk keadaan sulit berjalan, di abad 19, suatu bentuk seni pertunjukan termasuk sirkus bertindak mulai menggunakan istilah ini juga. Pada akhir abad 19, jatuh dan aktivitas akrobatik dan senam lainnya menjadi olahraga kompetitif di Eropa. Akrobat telah sering disajikan sebagai subjek untuk seni rupa. Contoh ini adalah lukisan seperti Acrobats di Fernando Cirque (Francisca dan Angelina Wartenberg) oleh impresionis PierreAuguste Renoir , yang menggambarkan dua saudara perempuan akrobatik Jerman, dan Acrobats di pinggiran kota Paris oleh Viktor Vasnetsov .

[ sunting ] Pendidikan
Secara tradisional, keterampilan akrobatik disimpan dalam keluarga dan lulus dari orang tua kepada anak-anak. Hal ini masih benar terutama di kalangan keluarga sirkus kelompok, meskipun akrobat paling sekarang diajarkan oleh sistem pendidikan yang lebih besar skala sebagai sirkus yang sekarang terdiri dari banyak profesional lebih dari yang mereka dulu. [ rujukan? ] Sekolah yang mengkhususkan diri dalam pelatihan akrobat memberikan aliran konstan artis akrobatik baru. Beberapa sekolah independen dioperasikan, dan beberapa didukung dan berafiliasi dengan sirkus. [ rujukan? ]

Acrobatics
From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Jump to: navigation , search Look up acrobatics in Wiktionary, the free dictionary. Acrobatics is the performance of extraordinary feats of balance , agility and the motor coordination . It can be found in many of the performing arts , as well as many sports . Acrobatics is most associated with activities That Often Make extensive use of gymnastics elements, Such as acro dance , circus , and gymnastics , but many other athletic activities, Such as ballet and diving , may also employ acrobatics. Although acrobatics is most commonly associated with human body performance, it may also apply to other types of performance, Such as aerobatics .

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1 History 2 Education 3 See also 4 References 5 External links

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A female acrobat depicted on an Ancient Greek his Hydria , ca. 340-330 BC. In China , acrobatics have been a part of the culture since the Western Han Dynasty , over 2000 years ago. Acrobatics were part of village harvest festivals . [1] During the Tang Dynasty , acrobatics saw much the same sort of development as European acrobatics saw during the Middle Ages, with court displays during the 7th through 10th century dominating the practice. [2] Acrobatics Continues to be an Important part of modern Chinese art variety . Acrobatic traditions are found in many Western cultures as well. Minoan art from circa 2000 BC contains depictions of acrobatic feats on the Backs of bulls, the which may have been a religious ritual . The noble court displays of the European Middle Ages Often would include acrobatic performances along with song , juggling and other activities. Though the term initially applied to tightrope walking, in the 19th century, a form of performance art Including circus acts began to use the term as well. In the late 19th century, tumbling and other acrobatic and gymnastics activities Became competitive sport in Europe. Often Acrobatics has served as a subject for fine art. Examples of this are paintings Such Acrobats at the Cirque as Fernando (Francisca and Angelina Wartenberg) by Impressionist Pierre-Auguste

Renoir , the which depicts two German acrobatic sisters, and Acrobats in a Paris suburb by Viktor Vasnetsov .

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Traditionally, acrobatic skills were kept within families and passed from parents to children. This is still true ESPECIALLY Among family circus groups, although most Acrobats are now taught by larger scale education systems as circuses are now made up of many more professionals than They used to be. [ citation needed ] That schools specialize in acrobatics training Provide a constant flow of new acrobatic artists. Some of these schools are independently operated, and some are supported and Affiliated with circuses. [ citation needed ]