Claude_Catastrophique Posted August 2, 2010 Report Share Posted August 2, 2010 As long as the working leg is the outside leg (I mean the one further away from the barre) it's rather clear to me but I have never understood what happens with the head when the inner leg is the working leg. I need some clarification and would be grateful for some help! So just to get everthing right: Working on devant: Head turned away from the barre Working à la seconde: Head faces front Working derrière: Looking away from the barre slightly inclined forward or turned towards the barre Is that correct (speaking about the outer leg) And now what happens to the head when the inner leg is the working leg? A. Devant B. à la seconde C. Derrière I guess there are different solutions in differenty syllabi...all of them are most welcome! Thank you in advanced for your replies! Quote Link to comment
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