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Class:ARTP 1400 - BEGINNING BALLET
Subject:Dance, Theatre, Music
University:The Richard Stockton College of New Jersey
Term:Fall 2012
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Alignment

-foundation for all technique

 

-integrating head, torso, arms, legs into a cohesive whole

Turn Out

-outward rotation of the leg and feet from hip joint)

 

-muscular control of pelvis, legs, abdominals is essential to maintain alignment and facilitate turn-out

Stance/ Transfer of Weight -body weight is centered equally over feet (3 points) and can be shifter from foot to foot
Squareness -keeping shoulders and pelvison the same plane (basic) "square it off"
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Pull up/ Lift -pulling up on top of the legs/engaging abdominals to maintain maxium torso length (keep from shinking into supporting legs for ease of movement feeling light)
Center-pull/counter balance -gravity and wieght supply the downward force (constant) muscles provide the upward force
Balance

- all the principals play into the ability to constantly re-adjust one or more body parts while turning, posing, or moving in different dierctions

Barre

-building blocks

 

-strenghtening legs, back, feet. Increasing range of motion, attaining balance and control stabilizing your turn out and gaining speed in feet and legs

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Center
adagio/adage -slow controlled movement in center
allegro quicker movement petite/grand
Reverance - courtsey/bow
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plie - to bend
eleve - rise from striaght leg
releve -rise from plie
tendu - to stretch (leg/foot)
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degage - to disengage leg 2/3 inches off the floor
Ronde de jambe -rounding of the leg
endedans - rounding of the leg inward (CCW)
en dehours - roundig of the leg outward (CW)
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Fondue - to melt
grand battement - large beating of leg (strenght/control)
developpe - to develop
devant -front
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a la second - side
derriere -back
arms "en bas" -prepatory position
Rond de jambe a lerre -on the florr
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Rond de jambe en lair - in the air
Port de corps -bending of the body
cambre -bending of the torso side or back
port de bras -carrage of the arms
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sous sous -balance in a high 5th postion
soutenu -suspended turn
Petit battement -small beating of the legs
Grand battement -large beating of the legs
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Retire -withdrawn
passe -to pass through/postion
saute -to jump (same foot/feet)
pas de bourree -three step movement with weight shifting
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pique -to prick
Eqaulment - "shouldering" (rotation of shoulder to hips)
temps lie -smooth connected step
changement -to change
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e chappe

-escaping

 

-close to open position


Type:

           1.   Surle pointe

            2.  Demi pointe

tombe -falling action
chainej -chain/linked turns
chasse -to chase foot to foot (through 5th)
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glissade -to glide
assemble -to assemble
balance -three step movement (swingin or rocking to and fro) (waltzing rythm)
arabesuqe - the longest line of the body (1st, 2nd, 3rd arm postitions)
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frappe to strike
Barre order


1.       Plié                                        5.  Frappe

2.       Tendu                                   6.    Fondue

3.       Degage                                7. Developpe

4.       Ronde de jambe                8. Grand Battement

a.       Endedans

b.      endehours


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 Alignment

-foundation for all technique

 

-integrating head, torso, arms, legs into a cohesive whole

 Turn Out

-outward rotation of the leg and feet from hip joint)

 

-muscular control of pelvis, legs, abdominals is essential to maintain alignment and facilitate turn-out

 Stance/ Transfer of Weight-body weight is centered equally over feet (3 points) and can be shifter from foot to foot
 Squareness-keeping shoulders and pelvison the same plane (basic) "square it off"
 Pull up/ Lift-pulling up on top of the legs/engaging abdominals to maintain maxium torso length (keep from shinking into supporting legs for ease of movement feeling light)
 Center-pull/counter balance-gravity and wieght supply the downward force (constant) muscles provide the upward force
 Balance

- all the principals play into the ability to constantly re-adjust one or more body parts while turning, posing, or moving in different dierctions

 Barre

-building blocks

 

-strenghtening legs, back, feet. Increasing range of motion, attaining balance and control stabilizing your turn out and gaining speed in feet and legs

 Center 
 adagio/adage-slow controlled movement in center
 allegroquicker movement petite/grand
 Reverance- courtsey/bow
 plie- to bend
 eleve- rise from striaght leg
 releve-rise from plie
 tendu- to stretch (leg/foot)
 degage- to disengage leg 2/3 inches off the floor
 Ronde de jambe-rounding of the leg
 endedans- rounding of the leg inward (CCW)
 en dehours- roundig of the leg outward (CW)
 Fondue- to melt
 grand battement- large beating of leg (strenght/control)
 developpe- to develop
 devant-front
 a la second- side
 derriere-back
 arms "en bas"-prepatory position
 Rond de jambe a lerre-on the florr
 Rond de jambe en lair- in the air
 Port de corps-bending of the body
 cambre-bending of the torso side or back
 port de bras-carrage of the arms
 sous sous-balance in a high 5th postion
 soutenu-suspended turn
 Petit battement-small beating of the legs
 Grand battement-large beating of the legs
 Retire-withdrawn
 passe-to pass through/postion
 saute-to jump (same foot/feet)
 pas de bourree-three step movement with weight shifting
 pique-to prick
 Eqaulment- "shouldering" (rotation of shoulder to hips)
 temps lie-smooth connected step
 changement-to change
 e chappe

-escaping

 

-close to open position


Type:

           1.   Surle pointe

            2.  Demi pointe

 tombe-falling action
 chainej-chain/linked turns
 chasse-to chase foot to foot (through 5th)
 glissade-to glide
 assemble-to assemble
 balance-three step movement (swingin or rocking to and fro) (waltzing rythm)
 arabesuqe- the longest line of the body (1st, 2nd, 3rd arm postitions)
 frappeto strike
 Barre order


1.       Plié                                        5.  Frappe

2.       Tendu                                   6.    Fondue

3.       Degage                                7. Developpe

4.       Ronde de jambe                8. Grand Battement

a.       Endedans

b.      endehours


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