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Starting ballet, a student's earliest challenge in class might be the terminology, most of which is in French. They make sense for Francoph...
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There are six basic arms positions in ballet. These are simply called first, second, third, fourth, fifth and bras bas. Below I will explain in detail how each position should feel when you are dancing so that you can execute them correctly. BRAS BAS: The term bras bas means low arm in French. Therefore the arms are down in front of the body making an oval shape. The arms should be slightly away from the body and not touching the tops of the thighs. A flat upper back should also be…
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As we launch into the 2016-2017 year of classes, The Ballet Source would like to provide teachers with a few FREE resources. The first four levels of the Ballet Arts for Young Children Curriculum use these feet and arm positions. We have provided, here, a total of 8 downloads: An 8.5″ x 11″ Labeled Positions […]
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I stumbled upon this ballet mime guide the other day. It’s really neat. When I first started watching ballet, I really struggled to understand anything the dancers were “saying”. This would’ve been...
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