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This is of course followed by a repeat starting on the opposite foot.
 
This is of course followed by a repeat starting on the opposite foot.
   
The two fleurets take the same amount of time as the 4 high kicks (before the saut majeur) in a unelaborated [[galliard]] would, and are intended as an alternate set of steps which may be danced to the same piece of music.
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The two fleurets take the same amount of time as the 4 high kicks (before the saut majeur) in an unelaborated [[galliard]] would, and are intended as an alternate set of steps which may be danced to the same piece of music.
   
 
[[category:dance steps]]
 
[[category:dance steps]]
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[[Category:16th century]]

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