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ballet blanc


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A dance in which the women wear white tulle ballet dresses or romantic tutus, in the style seen in La Sylphide in 1832 and thereafter immortalized in many romantic lithographs. One of the most famous examples of ballet blanc is Act II of Giselle.

Subjects: Dance.


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