Rhapsody in Silver
For example, eight acrobats execute a succession of double reverse
somersaults while keeping their bodies straight. Two acrobats grasp hands after
one completes two and a half somersaults and the other one and a half
somersaults. The routine includes a four-person pyramid with the acrobat on top
performing a handstand on only one hand. The routine also includes acrobats
performing quadruple somersaults while maintaining straight bodies. One acrobat
performs a one and a half forward somersault prior to landing in the hands of
another performer. The latter throws the former into the air three times prior
to completion of the somersault routine.
The act not only show that women have entered a field once dominated by men,
but also show the addition of feminine beauty to muscular activity.
Rhapsody in Silver is a highly difficult act that reflects the human desire
to surpass previous achievements, break away from confinement on the earth and
fly into the immense starry sky and space. The act we see today has undergone
Rhapsody in Silver, a routine famous for its difficult skills, artistic
integrity, and rich philosophy, has won numerous awards in international
competition and has won the acclaim of audiences worldwide. It has attained a
high level of artistry by perfectly integrating highly difficult acrobatic
skills with graceful dance movements. The combination of excellent stage design,
lighting, musical accompaniment, costumes, and spotlights and stars in the
immense sky enables the routine to break from the practice of simply striving
for the effect of merry dance and music.