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Wednesday, December 12, 2018

Wild Wednesday Basic Three

Wild Wednesday Basic Three

I have often said that basic movements are the most important. This is because they are elements of everything else. It’s like baking a cake: poor ingredients make a poor cake, while great ingredients…well, you get it.

The three basic movements in ballet are:
Plié (down and up),
Relevé (up and down),
Tendu (out and in)
Now consider for a moment how these three become the “ingredients” in other steps. Wow. It’s amazing.

That’s why keeping these three steps as pristine as possible is so important.

From the Big Blue Book of Ballet Secrets
Secret #16u:
“The three basic movements in ballet are: Plié, relevé and tendu.”

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“Kindness is the basic ingredient for the recipe of happiness.”
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