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  1. fifth position

    • IPA[fi(f)TH pəˈziSHən]
    • n.
      a posture in which the feet are turned outward, one immediately in front of but touching the other so that the toe of the back foot just protrudes beyond the heel of the front foot.;a position of the arms in which they are held curved in front of the body, at hip level, waist level, or above the head, with the palms facing the body.
    • noun: fifth position, plural noun: fifth positions

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    • 1. a posture in which the feet are turned outward, one immediately in front of but touching the other so that the toe of the back foot just protrudes beyond the heel of the front foot.
    • a position of the arms in which they are held curved in front of the body, at hip level, waist level, or above the head, with the palms facing the body.
    • 2. a position of the left hand on the fingerboard of a stringed instrument nearer to the bridge than the fourth position, enabling a higher set of notes to be played.