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The Grand Pas Classique, often referred to simply as “Grand Pas Classique,” is a classical ballet variation that originates from the ballet “Paquita.” “Paquita” is a two-act ballet created by French choreographer Joseph Mazilier in 1846. However, the Grand Pas Classique itself was added to the ballet later, during a revival in Russia in the late 19th century. Marius Petipa, a renowned choreographer, is credited with creating and choreographing this particular variation.
The Grand Pas Classique is a variation typically performed by a female dancer, showcasing her technical prowess, grace, and artistry. It is renowned for its demanding choreography and intricate footwork. The music for this variation is often taken from the composer Ludwig Minkus’s score for “Paquita.”
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