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October 27, 2008


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Thank You! This is a marvelous article!

Susan, variation 4 from your list (Chassé, Jeté, Jeté) is described in Strathy (page 70).

And variation 3 - is it really from Strathy? I didn't find it there.

And the other variation 4 (you got two numbers 4 here...). If it's really from Guillou (p.59), then it is not symmetrical, becouse instead of Chassé (sideways left) there described Sisone Simple in the second position with the right foot, and only then - Chassé to the left.

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