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    Social Dance

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    HISTORY OF SOCIAL DANCE Social dancing (dancing for pleasure) really starts with the Cotillion and Quadrille. These are set dances for four couples‚ and their descendants are still around today in the form of English and Scottish country dancing and‚ of course American square dancing Dancing in couples came along in the form of the Galliard‚ Minuet and Gavotte (each developing from the other)‚ but each danced essentially at arms length‚ and in repetitive sequences. Imagine trying to get close

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    Social Dance

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    Social Dance I begin to move my body side to side with the music. No boundaries‚ restrictions‚ or rules to abide by when I’m dancing. I chose to dance because it’s a way of expressing myself through whatever movements I want. However‚ social dance was not always this causal. If we traveled back to a certain point in time we could find ourselves in France doing the waltz. On the island of Rarotonga among the Cook Islands‚ the men would be flapping their legs in and out while the women would

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    SOCIAL BALLROOM DANCE ORIGINS Emmylou Cortez Nicolas BS Biology 1A Prof. Felipa Oliquino PE 2 SWING DANCING HISTORY The swing dance is not a single form/kind of dance but a group of various dances which developed in the earlier half of the twentieth century. These dance forms flourished with jazz or swing style of music. The origin of these swing dances can be traced back to the vernacular African-American dance forms. Today‚ the most popular form of swing dancing is Lindy Hop. In

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    Dance

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    Dance‚ the art of precise‚ expressive‚ and graceful human movement‚ traditionally‚ but not necessarily‚ performed in accord with musical accompaniment. Dancing developed as a natural expression of united feeling and action. The Origins of Dance The earliest history of human dance is a continuing mystery. From the evidence of illustrated ceramic fragments‚ some archaeologists have speculated that dance originated some 5‚000 to 9‚000 years ago in early agricultural cultures located in a swath

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    Swange Dance

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    SWANGE DANCE Introduction. Benue State is state of the historic Benue river‚ a State renowned for the valiancy of its progenitors‚ a State of notable political gladiators and hardworking people who rightly brand themselves as ‘the food basket of the nation’. Benue is also a State of rich cultures and traditions‚ as exemplified in the world acclaimed SWANGE DANCE which has brought fame to both the State and the nation. Meaning of Dance Dance is a type of art that generally involves movement

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    chinese fan dance

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    Chinese Fan Dance (Group Nica) Members: Jhana Tinga Rem Gesultura Camille Guardino Joyce Bereber Jaymee Salangsang Stephanie Abaya Collin Ramos The art and tradition of the Chinese fan dance have captivated audiences for two thousand years. Just one of many forms of traditional folk dances‚ fan dances has been preserved to share the stories and beauty of Chinese culture. Chinese Fan Dance the Chinese fan dance is performed in celebration of Chinese culture. It represents beauty

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    Ethnic Dance

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    difference between ethnic and folk dance? Answer: A1:  An ethnic dance reflects the peculiar characteristics of a specific tribe‚ especially their cultural‚ racial‚ religious‚ and traditional similarities.  A folk dance is a traditional dance that expresses the thoughts‚ ideas‚ and feelings of a group of people in connection with everyday activities and experiences of the people who developed them.  A2 fr: Yahoo Answers:  Well ethnic dance is a dance that is based on ethnicity‚ and may

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    types of dances

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    Types of Dance Ballroom Dance: The Ballroom dance is one of the most entertaining and elite styles of dancing. In the earlier days‚ Ballroom dance was only for the privileged class of people. This style of partner dance originated in Germany but is popular all over the world. Today‚ the popularity of Ballroom dance has spread to many corners! This dance includes many other dance styles (Tango‚ Waltz‚Foxtrot‚ Swing‚ Cha-cha‚ Rumba‚ Samba‚ Salsa‚ etc.). There are many dance techniques that have been

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    dance

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    together I felt it was very strong and interesting. Interpretation\connection: three important things I feel the audience should know about the performance is that the piece was a very different modern type of dance‚ it was based on animal instinct‚ and there was no specific genre of dance used for the performance to be based on. The most impressionable moment or me was when the dancers were each lined up separately with their backs towards the audience in between the pillars on the back wall up

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    jazz dance

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    of jazz dance reflect the diversity of American culture. Jazz dance mirrors the social history of the American people‚ reflecting ethnic influences‚ historic events‚ and cultural changes. Jazz dance has been greatly influenced by social dance and popular music. But‚ like so much that is “from America”‚ the history of jazz dance begins somewhere else. The origins of jazz music and dance are found in the rhythms and movements brought to America by African slaves. The style of African dance is earthy;

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