Susanne Posted August 27, 2003 Report Share Posted August 27, 2003 We were doing pas de valse during my last class. I was so tired in my head after school/work that I didn't manage to remember or do the step at all! All I can remember is that we started with the right leg in front and then turned around 180 degrees and had the right leg up once again and then I think we started all over with the left leg in front, but does this mean that the leg that was brought up when the back is facing the front will be the left leg this time?? Start: right leg stretched in front, turn 180 degrees, stretch out the right leg (in something like an arabesque with bent standing leg), turn 180 degrees stretch out the left leg in front, turn 180 degrees and stretch out the right leg back ("arabesque"), stretch out left leg in front et c.?? It would be: right right, left right, left right and so on? (If we only take those stretched legs) or is it: right right, left left, right, right, left left? And now: How on earth do you count the steps? I tried to watch the abt.org dictonary but she only does one set of turns (360 degrees) I hope this wasn't too confusing! Quote Link to comment
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