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    Does someone good at ballet terms?

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    Default Re: Ballet terminology

    Quote Originally Posted by Ksyu-k View Post

    Is anyone good at ballet terms?
    Not me, sorry.

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    Default Re: Ballet terminology

    Quote Originally Posted by Ksyu-k View Post

    Does someone good at ballet terms?
    What do you want? It's mostly French, from the little I know: jeté, plié, entrechat, arabesque, pirouette, pas de deux, corps de ballet, en pointe, barre...and the word ballet, of course

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    PS Try here: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Glossary_of_ballet
    Last edited by BobK; 25-Feb-2011 at 21:01. Reason: Added PS

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