dmdance Posted July 6, 2008 Report Share Posted July 6, 2008 I am confused here about the female variation from the grand pas de deux in La Fille Mal Gardee. I know that I studied it as a good little RAD student; however, now I am old and cannot properly remember. Specifically, my question is: Which part of the ballet is actually considered to be the female variation from the Grand Pdd? Lise dances towards the beginning of the pdd I was taught to a moderate tempo and does "glissade precipite, step, grand jete en croise twice then goes into renverse" She has a different and much qucker varition that begins with quick little pdb across the stage. I feel so silly, but I am not sure which one is considered to be from the grand pdd, as I am not as familiar with the faster variation and do not remember if it is part of another pdd. I was asked to teach the variation from the grand pdd and am not certain which one is meant. Any help would be so appreciated. Quote Link to comment
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