A horizontal bar at waist level on which ballet dancers rest a hand for support during exercises.
- It also highlights a line of specialty items, such as ballet/stretching barres.
- I only see barres and mirrors otherwise the ballet class looks rather bare…
- ‘We can add a staff person, we get a faculty/company lounge, a 60’ x 40’ rehearsal space, three studios with sprung wood floors, new mirrors and barres, and space for on-site set, props, and costume storage.’
Early 20th century: French, literally 'bar'.
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A method of playing a chord on the guitar or similar instrument with a finger laid across the strings at a particular fret, raising their pitch.
- In this lesson, learn the basics of playing barre chords.
- Barre chords are some of the mostly commonly used chords in music today.
- Here are the guitar chord charts for the basic guitar bar chords.
Late 19th century: French, literally 'barred', past participle of barrer.
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