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#Below-above; a term used to describe a very tight 5th position on demi-pointe.  
 
#Below-above; a term used to describe a very tight 5th position on demi-pointe.  
 
#["under-over"] (or sus-sous ["over-under"]). A relevé in a tight fifth position with one foot almost on top of the other.  Source: [http://www.theatredance.com/balletterm1.html Vance's Fantastic - BALLET DICTIONARY]
 
#["under-over"] (or sus-sous ["over-under"]). A relevé in a tight fifth position with one foot almost on top of the other.  Source: [http://www.theatredance.com/balletterm1.html Vance's Fantastic - BALLET DICTIONARY]
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Latest revision as of 14:21, 29 August 2019

  1. Below-above; a term used to describe a very tight 5th position on demi-pointe.
  2. ["under-over"] (or sus-sous ["over-under"]). A relevé in a tight fifth position with one foot almost on top of the other. Source: Vance's Fantastic - BALLET DICTIONARY

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