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Tuesday, October 23, 2018

Terminology Tuesday Assemblé de Suite

Terminology Tuesday Assemblé de Suite

A term of the Cecchetti school of training, assemblé de suite a-sahn-BLAY-duh sweet) is a series of assemblés that are perfomred without straightening the knees at the end of each assemblé. The term means “continuous assemblé”.

I seldom see this term used, or the step performed, today. But it is one of twenty-seven (yes, I counted them!) different assemblés listed in Gail Grant’s book “Technical Maunual and Dictionary of Classical Ballet”.

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From the Big Blue Book of Ballet Secrets
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“Assemble de suite is a series of assembles.”

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