Ballet- battement tendus and jetés with different directions #0236
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Problems with efface, croisé and ecarté? Lia will clarify the directions for you in her tendu combination. The battement jeté combination from Lia at the bottom is the same as the tendus with different directions but the accent is “in”. This is a very economic way to combine more complex tendu and jeté combinations as the students have already learned the pattern and they can concentrate on the different execution and accents.

Teacher/Choreographer: Lia Fasoulaki

Dancers: Yvonne Compaña Martos, Laura Manz, Karoline Ruf

 

 

 

 

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The tendu exercise was originally danced to the following music:


Livin on a prayer/Pop Hits for Ballet Class Vol 1 -Charles Mathews

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The tendu exercise was originally danced to the following music:


Live while we are young/Modern melodies 3 -David Plumpton

The original soundtrack can be found at, amongst others:

Amazon

i Tunes

Teacher
Lia Fasoulaki