"Social dance" Essays and Research Papers

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  • Dance Summary

    Dance is a form of art‚ a type of that involves movement of the body‚ a form of expression‚ social interaction‚ exercise‚ spiritual or performance setting. Dance is performed in many cultures and religions. Dance as a form of art is also a nonverbal form of communication between humans or animals. It has evolved drastically throughout history. A choreographer is a person who creates dance compositions and plans arrange dance movements and patterns for dances. The art of choreography is a demanding

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  • Dance Seminar: Dance Philosophy

    John Markman Dance Seminar Dance Philosophy Dance is the reason I exist and as cheesy as it sounds its true. In 1982 my father met my mother at a dance club. He said after watching her dancing with her friends he had to talk to her. Dance has the power to cross boundaries and touch one’s soul. As a form dance can be anything. Rain falling into a pound‚ an individual tying their shoe‚ a swan boureeing across a stage or man rolling across a stage can all be dance. Dance is a series of movements

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  • Sumazau Dance

    3. What is Sumazau dance? Sumazau dance is a popular ethnic dance from Sabah. This traditional dance has always been correlated to the tribe of Kadazandusun‚ a tribe that populates and settles in Sabah. The locals from the district of Penampang are substantially well-versed in this type of dance. Being the most famous dance in Sabah‚ it has also become the “symbol” of Sabah. Hence‚ it can be meditated as the state dance of Sabah. Additionally‚ Sumazau dance is oftem performed as a thanksgiving

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  • Dance: A Comparison Of Dance And Football

    football fanatics: is dance really comparable to football? When asked if one believes dance is considered a sport many jump straight to the conclusion that dance is not‚ when in reality dance is just as much of a sport when compared to the all American favorite sport football. In comparison to football‚ dance has many similar aspects‚ but also has many differences such as their appearance‚ how each athlete presents themselves‚ and what they’re catching. In comparison both dance and football have many

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  • Dance Class

    Hybrid Dance Appreciation Quiz 3 1. Describe the social classes in the Middle Ages. Which class did not exist during this time period? [pic] No middle class existed in society. You were either a peasant (surf) or a member of the royal class 2. Describe how the Church used dance. Please give examples. The Church used dance as a teaching tool to bring more people to salvation. This dance was very subtle and often took place in the church. Codified arm gestures and movement

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  • Zulu Traditional Dance

    ZULU TRADITIONAL DANCE Zulu means the people of heaven‚ which is a friendly and hospitable culture. They have an expressive language punctuated with distinctive click sounds. The Zulu people are proud of their nation and treasure their heritage. During the 16th and 17th centuries‚ they had a powerful king named Shaka Zulu. He helped expand the Zulu tribe territory and claimed that he was king of all Africa. Many cultures in Africa today still have traditions that were influenced by the Zulu people

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  • dance

    The Jazz form of dancing actually relates to several dance styles that are related‚ such as ballet‚ tap‚ and the African-American rhythms-and-dance styles. This dance form originated in the late 1800s. The trend took time to catch on‚ but eventually did by the mid 1900s. Till the 1950s‚ jazz dancing was largely referred to as tap dancing‚ because of the routines set to jazz music. The Jazz Age was characterized by the popularity of dance forms such as the Cakewalk‚ Charleston‚ Jitterbug‚ Black

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  • Dance and Clarissa

    lose her anti-social behavior. Clarissa liked the sound of the drumming and really wanted to learn how to dance. Dancing made Clarissa feel like she found her roots and belongs in the pow-wow circle.she becomes free of anger and discontent while she dances. In conclusion‚ the writer shows us that Clarissa has found her inner piece‚ she gains a sense of community and now can unveil hidden talents that she never knew she possessed. This little girl was able to capture the spirit of dance through the

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  • Traditional Dance

    that will be found in any distinct culture all over the world- Dancing. According to Brittanica.com (2012)‚ dance is “the movement of the body in a rhythmic way‚ usually to music and within a given space‚ for the purpose of expressing an idea or emotion‚ releasing energy‚ or simply taking delight in the movement itself”. People can enjoy dancing because they can bring people together for social interactions‚ they see it as their preference for artistic expression and also because it can be considered

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    Nov 5th 2010 Dance Critique “Beyond the Reflection” On Thursday October 28th at Cardinal Carter Academy of the Arts the grade twelve’s performed their ISU pieces in the theater. It was 3:30p.m after school hours. The piece I chose to critique was called‚ “Beyond the Reflection.” This piece was done to the song called Primavera. Adelaide Batuk‚ Julianna Bissessar and Jacalyn choreographed this piece. The dancers were Josephine Di Cosmo‚ P.J. Elisha‚ Melanie Ferrara‚ Lauren Paul and Chelsea

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