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 How to Do an Assemble in Classical Ballet?

Answer Assemble (pronounced: en son blay), is a move in classical ballet which means to 'assemble'. It includes a jump in the air in which your two feet meet together in the air, meaning you 'assemble the... Read More »
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Classical Russian Ballet Styles?

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