What Is a Calypso Jump?

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A calypso jump is a leap dance in which dancers make two-footed jumps. It is usually done by performing a leap with a leg kick and it is common in jazz music. Calypso jump is also referred to as a leap in dance, i.e. 'jete en tournant' in musical terms.
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A calypso jump or leap in dance is a "jete en tournant." It refers to the two-footed
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1 chani before-do it in a deep plie, 2 chanis, first not in plie, second in plie. As you start to come out of the turn is when you need to start the fan kick to get the front leg
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Competition dance mostly. You might find some of it in commercial jazz dance or musical theatre dance on occasion, but it abounds in competition style dancing. Those can be used in
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