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Tuesday, April 9, 2019

Terminology Tuesday Cabriole Italienne

Terminology Tuesday Cabriole Italienne

As the name suggests, cabriole italienne [ka-bree-AWL ee-ta-LYEN] is an Italian cabriole. It is a variation of the cabriole fouetté (cabriole whipped), which is sometimes called fouetté battu and is a cabriole devant that finishes in arabesque.

In a cabriole italienne, the beat occurs after the body turns into arabesque.

From the Big Blue Book of Ballet Secrets
Terminology Secret #36:
“Cabriole italienne is an Italian cabriole.”

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