Dolphingirl Posted May 24, 2004 Report Share Posted May 24, 2004 I just got back from the Mid-States Regional Dance America Festival, and I had a really good time. My classes were, for the most part, wonderful. One question did arise for me during our jazz class. The teacher used "en de hors" to describe turnout. She would tell us to stand in first position en de hors, or first position parallel. It is not a use I've ever heard before, and none of the people I asked had ever heard that use before either. It makes sense, I suppose, but I was wondering if it is actually a proper use of the term. Quote Link to comment
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