if you mean what is a turn in ballet called? it is a pirouette.
Hi! :) It is a term that mean after you perform a turn such a pirouette or fouette. An example of a turn-out is a chaine turn!
your turn out should come from your hips. you have to turn out in ballet because that's just how it is :P
Ballet in Spanish is actually the same "Ballet"
pirouette and a pique turn
your turn out comes from the hips and thighs
a full turn
The term is a pirouette. A full turn of the body on the point of the toe or the ball of the foot in ballet.
Ballet never turned into hip hop it is a different dance
Either the ballet celebration or the ballet festival
Releve means to rise in ballet.
No. To turn in German is drehen, walzen (as in the waltz), wenden, rotieren.The etymology of the word "ballet" is related to the art form's history. The word ballet comes from the French and was borrowed into English around the 17th century. The French word in turn has its origins in Italian balletto, a diminutitive of ballo (dance). Ballet ultimately traces back to Latin ballare, meaning to dance.
When you turn to the other side to do a combination, turn towards the barre.
Your question is unclear, but ballet is a french word.
the word ballet comes from the Italian 'ballare'-- to dance or to move
demipoint is flat ballet shoes and not the point shoes!
Pirouette (a turn done on one leg with the other leg in passe)
Ballet is a dace with spins leaps and turns on the tip of your toe
A male may do ballet if he is interested in learning a beautiful art. If a gut does ballet or dance it does not mean he is gay. Dance and ballet can be alot of fun, even to a male.
The ballet term for the 180 degree turn on one foot is 'pirouette'. Pirouettes can be double or triple or more, turning 180 degrees multiple times.
It is a turn on one leg, you can also do them in modern, jazz and lots of other types of dance becausea lot of dancing originates from ballet.