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Wednesday, April 22, 2020

Wacky Wednesday Round Top

Wacky Wednesday Round Top

Earlier this week I talked about following an imaginary dotted line with the leading foot during a series of turns. See Ballet Secret #14vvv.

Here’s a way to visualize the proper path for a series of turns moving in a circle. Picture a giant, round table placed in the exact center of the stage or the room. The turns move along the outside edge of the round top of this table – skirting close to it but never moving away from it or (gasp!) into it.

Sometimes it helps to visualize this table as having a glass, or clear top.

From the Big Blue Book of Ballet Secrets
Ballet Secret #14www:
“Imagine a giant, round table in the center.”

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Quote of the Day:
“To share a table with someone is to share everything.”
― Paul Krueger, Steel Crow Saga

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