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The '''Pied croisé gauche''' involves the left leg crossing in front of the right leg as described by [[Thoinot Arbeau]] in ''[[Orchesography]]''. It is used in place of a kick in certain galliard variations, as well as in the [[Scottish Branle]].
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The '''Pied croisé gauche''' involves the left leg crossing in front of the right leg as described by [[Thoinot Arbeau]] in ''[[Orchesography]]''. It is used in place of a kick in certain [[galliard]] variations, as well as in the [[Scottish Branle]].
   
 
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Latest revision as of 16:33, 27 June 2007

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The Pied croisé gauche involves the left leg crossing in front of the right leg as described by Thoinot Arbeau in Orchesography. It is used in place of a kick in certain galliard variations, as well as in the Scottish Branle.