Composer (Genre) Title Meter Temposort descending Bars Length Exercise Rhythm
Czerny Polonaise from Etudes ballet 3/2 90 32 1:15 Polonaise Polonaise
Albeniz (Spanish and Latin) Tango in D 4/4 105 32 1:15 Degage & Frappe, Tango Moderato 4/4
Tchaikowski Four Swans variation IV act II 4/4 112 32 1:15 Degage & Frappe, Little Jump Polka and 2/4 and Hornpipe
Tchaikowski Men's Variation 4 from Pas de Trois 6/8 (2/4) 66 32 1:15
(Christmas Carols) Away in a Manger 3/4 30 32 1:15 Plie Moderate 3/4 and 6/8
Delibes Mazurka act 1 4x 3/4 (9/8) 58 64 1:15 Mazurka Mazurka
(Christmas Carols) Greensleeves 6/8 (2/4) 38 64 1:15 Plie, 3/4 Tendu, Rond de Jambe a terre Moderate 3/4 and 6/8
Beethoven (Daiku) Ode to Joy (Swingin') 4/4 117 32 1:15 Degage & Frappe Moderato 4/4
Czerny C study: March 4/4 (12/8) 135 32 1:15 Grand battement March
Gounod Faust: Variations du Miroir 2/4 115 32 1:15 4/4 Tendu Moderato 4/4

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All ballet class rhythms are here.

Every piece here can be used for many different things.
A Moderato Waltz or a Slow 6/8 can support:
Plie, Tendu, any Rond de Jambe (earth or air), Stretching, Adagio, Pirouette, Leaps across the Floor, Reverence, and much more.
Every piece here can be used for many different things!
"Little Jumps", for example, simply means Quick 2/4, and works very well for Degage and others.
And there may not be a button that says JETE on it, but the accompaniment is here (probably in Coda or Big Waltz).