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What are the 5 Classifications of Ballet Jumps


ballet Jacklyn Dougherty  Ballet what are the 5 Classifications of Jumps?  1) both feet to both feet (changement, temps levé sauté) 2) both feet to one foot (e.g. sissonne, odd-numbered entrechat)  3) one foot to both feet (e.g., assemblé)  4) one foot to the same foot (e.g., temps levé)  5) one foot to the other foot (e.g., jetés) For the complete guide to ballet visit our ballet glossary page.  Ballet tutorial and detail writing learn ballet at home or studio with Jacklyn Dougherty and Dr. Joni Dougherty Ed.D.
Jacklyn Dougherty

Ballet what are the 5 Classifications of Jumps?


1) both feet to both feet (changement, temps levé sauté)

2) both feet to one foot (e.g. sissonne, odd-numbered entrechat)

3) one foot to both feet (e.g., assemblé)

4) one foot to the same foot (e.g., temps levé)

5) one foot to the other foot (e.g., jetés)

For the complete guide to ballet visit our ballet glossary page. Ballet tutorial and detail writing learn ballet at home or studio with Jacklyn Dougherty and Dr. Joni Dougherty Ed.D.


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