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...One arm is high overhead, while the other arm stretches in second position. If the right foot is front in third position, then the right arm is overhead...
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...The body faces a downstage corner; the supporting leg is the downstage leg in a demi-plié. The arms are the same as for third arabesque. The head tilts upstage and the eyes focus toward the downstage corner...
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...The torso and downstage shoulder open from the bottom of the sternum. The forward arm is at shoulder height. The downstage arm is in second position or slightly behind...
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...Arabesque jumped or hopped...
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...A versatile pose with several variations. The dancer balances on one leg and extends the working leg behind at approximately 45 degrees...
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...Fast steps with a brisk, light quality. Petit allegro steps include small hops and jumps...
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...Shouldered. In this classical body position the body faces a downstage corner, and the downstage working leg extends behind to the opposite upstage corner; the downstage arm extends forward at eye level; the upstage arm extends behind...
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...Battement disengaged (dégagé) from (Cecchetti) or thrown (jeté) from the floor (Russian...
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...Beating of the foot by striking the floor...
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...Large beating, or kicking action of the leg into the air...