Pas Daction | Article about Pas Daction by The Free Dictionary
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a dance in ballet that is organically connected with the development of the plot and that reveals the dramatic content of the dance scene; one of the basic forms for constructing dance action. The best examples are in the ballets of P. I. Tchaikovsky and A. K. Glazunov.
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