Marenetha Posted November 18, 2005 Report Share Posted November 18, 2005 Hi mods and everyone else, We've been doing a lot of gargouillades and Italian fouettes in class, and I'm really confused. In a gargouillade, are the ronde de jambes supposed to be exactly at the same time, or slightly apart? Also, I know it's not a great traveling step, but you should move about the same distance as you would in a glissade, right? I'm having trouble getting the ronde de jambes quick enough, and I keep getting a not-so-nice landing ... On another note, if you're doing an Italian fouette, it's broken down into a grande battement a la seconde, and then it's like a slight promenade into arabesque, brush through first, and fouette to the back attitude? These I've never really learned, and I'm not sure if I observed them right. It looked okay when I did it in class, but I wasn't sure if I was cutting out a step or adding an extra middle one. Thanks! Quote Link to comment
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