Pas De Poisson Female Ballet Pose Ballerina Bronze Finish Figurine Statue 12.25HPN# 8437
Pas De Poisson Ballet Pose is a jump. The dancer must be in fifth position and in a demi-plie to start the jump. Once in that position the dancer jumps arching the back with the legs straight still in fifth position. The whole body is curved back with arms beautifully raised. Some call this jump fish jumping out of water. (PN 8437)
Pas De Poisson Ballet Pose statue is made from cold cast bronze (cast bronze powder and resin) and measures 12.25 in H x 5.5 in W x 4.3 in D. Weighs 2.6 lb.
Ballet is type of dance that originated in the 15th century and was developed into dance performances. Ballet is technical dance that has its own vocabulary. It is used world wide for its techniques that are used in many other dance genres. Ballet is also known for the use of choreography and music. Ballets are choreographed and performed by trained ballet dancers, and usually performed with classical music. Ballet requires many years of training to master and perform. Practice is important to retain accuracy and proficiency.
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