A position of the body, related to the arabesque, where the extended leg is bent at the knee.
position or arrangement of the body and its limbs; "he assumed an attitude of surrender"
(ah tea tude) - A variation on the arabesque. The extended leg is raised behind the body but bent at the knee at an angle of 90 degrees. In photo, Hye-Young Kim & Tara Lee Photo by Charlie McCullers ©The George Balanchine Trust
in ballet, a pose in which one leg is raised in back or in front with knee bent, usually with one arm raised.
The body is supported on one leg. Feet may be turned out or not; the knee is flexed or stretched. The other leg is lifted in back or forward with the knee flexed (the attitude may be turned out or not turned out. There is also an attitude in second position turned out.)
A position in which the dancer stands on one leg, the other leg raised behind the body with the knee bent. A similar position, but with the leg placed in front of the body, may also be called an attitude.
A classical position similar to the arabesque, except that the knee of the raised leg is bent.
Position of the airplane relative to the horizon, i.e., a climbing attitude, straight-and-level attitude, etc.
A pose in which the dancer is standing on one leg, the other leg is raised behind, to side or in front of the body with theknee bent. See also: Arabesque . Ballerina Battement Is a movement of the working l battement jeté battement fondu battement frappe battement glisse battement tendu petit battement, also known as low kick grande battement, also known as high kick
A position in which the the upper body is held in an upright position with the free leg extended to the rear and elevated with the knee bent at a right angle.
A pose in which the dancer stands on one leg, with the other leg lifted behind(derriere) or in front(en avant) of the body with the knee bent at approximately 120-degree angle. See also: Arabesque.
A pose in which the dancer stands on one leg, with the other leg raised behind, to side or in front of the body with the knee bent at a 90-degree angle. See also: Arabesque.