Spanish Riding School and Piaffe and Passage – General Decarpentry
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Xenophon Press has revisited the original French to help clarify vagueness that may have permeated previous English translations. Many unique French terms used by Decarpentry, like rassembler, have been restored and completely defined in English. The pairing of these two rare texts reflects Xenophon Press’s mission of keeping classical equestrian literature accessible in English. General Decarpentry (1878-1956): Commander of the Cavalry School at St. Cyr, Écuyer and second-in-command of the Cadre Noir in Saumur. Albert Decarpentry, Grandson of Eugène Caron, a student of Baucher, is considered the most knowledgeable écuyer of his generation. He contributed actively to the influence of French equitation in his many books, and by writing the rules and definitions the F. E. I. still uses today. His best known work is Academic Equitation.
|Nakladatel:||Xenophon Press, 2013|
|Rozměry:||17.8 x 0.8 x 25.4 cm|