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.
if you mean what is a turn in ballet called? it is a pirouette.
A pirouette is the whirling or turning motion of the toes in dancing, particularly ballet dancing.
A pirouette is a turn in which you bring one toe to the other knee while turning.
It is called a pirouette.
A movement used in dressage and ballet, is the Pirouette.
pirouette and a pique turn
That is called a pirouette.
It's called a pirouette.
grand jete, arabesque, pirouette, plie, etc
if you eat cake while you pirouette yes, if not no
Pirouette (a turn done on one leg with the other leg in passe)
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.
I would definitely say ballet. It fits pretty well.
pirouettes are usually used in ballet and jazz, and as the dance genres have differed throughout the years, they can be seen in hip hop as well. A pirouette is pretty much the most common movement in jazz and ballet dances however.
A ballet "spin" or "whirl" (as dancers call it) is called a pirouette. A pirouette can be done in either direction: outward ("en dehors") or inward ("en dedans").It can also be performed on the ball of the foot or "en pointe." To perfect a pirouette, you have to have proper body alignment and you must spot. Spotting means to find a visual focus on the wall, and keep your eyes on that one spot while whirling (or spinning) around.
A pirouette is a ballet step where the body spins on the toes or the ball of the foot.
It's a movement by a ballet dancer who twirls round on the spot,so to speak,completing a full revolution.