Thursday, April 7, 2011

Arabesque (ballet position) + Giselle, How To & Jewelry

Arabesque (ballet position) - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia:

"In classical ballet, the term arabesque (aa-rah-besk; literally, 'in Arabic fashion') indicates a position of the body where the dancer stands on one leg, while the other leg is extended behind the body, with both knees straight. The arabesque position can be performed with the supporting leg and foot either en pointe, demi pointe or on a flat foot."

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