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Dance Composition

  1. The term dance composition is used to describe to the practice and teaching of choreography and the navigation or connection of choreographic structures.
  2. In the 1930s, while a member of the Graham Company and assistant to Horst's dance composition classes, Sokolow formed her own dance company, the Dance Unit.
  3. Dance Composition Basics picks up where other textbooks leave off, with a bound-in DVD that features professional choreographers and dancers in action. (Web site)

Dance Position

  1. Dance Position is an important thing and can cure many problems between the man and woman when it comes to learning to dance together.
  2. Dance position is a human position position of a dancer or a mutual position of a dance couple assumed during a dance . (Web site)
  3. Dance position is a position of a dancer or a mutual position of a dance couple assumed during a dance.
  4. Dance position was the same as for the waltz or polka, with couples doing a series of fast chass-s about the room with occasional turns.

African Dance

  1. African dance is a type of dance often accompanied by drums.
  2. African dance is a spirit of healing. (Web site)
  3. African Dance is an impressive contribution to an heretofore neglected aspect of African studies.

Ballet Lesson

  1. A Ballet lesson is a dance class in which Ballet technique is taught. (Web site)
  2. Ballet lesson - A Ballet lesson is a dance class in which Ballet technique is taught.

Ballet Technique

  1. Ballet technique is a beautiful theory, like mathematics, that can be built from first principles.
  2. Ballet technique is called classical because it stresses this purity and harmony of design.
  3. Ballet technique is the method by which ballet steps are performed or taught.
  4. Ballet technique was expanded, especially for women, to express the new ideas. (Web site)


  1. BOLERO: A slow Latin dance which originated as one of two forms of Rumba (Bolero Rumba and Son Rumba), and still shares many of the same figures.
  2. Bolero - A slow Latin dance which originated as a form of Rumba, and still shares many of the same figures.
  3. Bolero is a mixture of three dances.
  4. Bolero is a mixture of three dances: Tango (contra body movement); Waltz (rise and fall) and Rumba (Cuban motion and slow Latin music).
  5. Bolero is a romantic, sophisticated smooth and sentimental dance.


  1. Clogging is a countrified version of tap dance that is now performed to all types of music by all ages.
  2. Clogging is a dance form that began in the Appalachian Mountains and now enjoys popularity throughout the nation and around the world.
  3. Clogging is a dance that is done in time with the music – to the downbeat – usually with the heel keeping the rhythm.
  4. Clogging is a dance that is done in time with the music -to the downbeat usually with the heel keeping rhythm.
  5. Clogging is a family activity. (Web site)


  1. DanceSport is a competitive, athletic style of ballroom dance.
  2. DanceSport is a "labot of love" for her, as she's loved dance since she was a child.
  3. DanceSport is a lot of fun and helps children acquire the social skills that will be useful to them for the rest of their lives.
  4. DanceSport is a team sport. (Web site)
  5. DanceSport is also the only major sport where men and women compete against each other on equal terms.


  1. Giddha is a form of dance that comes from Punjab, India. (Web site)
  2. Giddha is a popular folk dance of women in Punjab and exhibits teasing, fun and exuberance of Punjabi life. (Web site)
  3. Giddha is a very vigorous folk dance and like other such dances it is very much an affair of the legs .
  4. Giddha is a very vigorous folk dance and like other such dances of Northern India is taxing on the legs of the artists. (Web site)
  5. The Giddha is a dance for women and girls. (Web site)


  1. The Gavotte is a lively dance-measure in common time, beginning, as a rule, on the third beat. (Web site)
  2. A gavotte was written by Giovanni Battista Martini, an 18th century Italian musician.
  3. The Gavotte is a sequence of 8 measure sections, generally repeated, following the pattern A B C D bridge A B coda.
  4. The gavotte is a French folk dance which takes its name from the Gavot people of the Pays de Gap region of Dauphin--, where the dance originated.
  5. The gavotte was a stately and ceremonious dance, like the minuet, which developed into a stage dance too elaborate for performance in the ball-room.


  1. Hornpipe - An old english dance in a lively tempo written in triple and later also in quadruple time. (Web site)
  2. Hornpipe - The hornpipe began around 1760, evolving from English stage acts. (Web site)
  3. The Hornpipe is a heavy dance. (Web site)
  4. The hornpipe is a dance peculiar to the English nation, and is supposed to have received its name from the instrument played during its performance.
  5. The hornpipe is a special dance requiring a special sailor costume. (Web site)


  1. The Huapango is a type that derives from prehispanic music of known reportois known for the blacks and mulattos.
  2. The Huapango is a culture onto itself.
  3. The Huapango is one perfect example of Mexican "Mestizo" (Mixed origin) culture. (Web site)
  4. The huapango is a happy Mexican dance of Spanish origin that is really popular in the lands along the Gulf of Mexico.
  5. The huapango is a lively Mexican dance of Spanish origin that is especially popular in the lands along the Gulf of Mexico.


  1. JAcking is PART of the foundations of the actual house dance.
  2. Jacking is a dance technique that was popular in the late 1980s citation needed.
  3. Jacking is a dance technique that was popular in the late 1980s.
  4. Jacking is a movement where your knees hit the beat of a song and your head hits the high hat.
  5. Jacking is the technique that comes from moving the torso forward and backward in a rippling motion, as if a wave were passing through it. (Web site)


  1. Krumping is a different version of Hip-hop.
  2. Krumping is a fast growing style of hip hop dance. (Web site)
  3. Krumping is a fight for dance supremacy, and the winner is awarded with respect.
  4. Krumping is a high -energy mix of breakdancing, gymnastics and spasm-like movements.
  5. Krumping is a high-energy, expressive dance craze. (Web site)


  1. Lambada - A samba-derived dance from the northeast coast of Brazil.
  2. Lambada - The hot dance sensation from Brazil sometimes known as the "Forbidden Dance".
  3. Lambada is a dance which became internationally popular in the 1980s.
  4. Lambada is a type of dance which became internationally popular in the 1980s. (Web site)
  5. Lambada is also a well-known dance throughout Brazil. (Web site)


  1. Kolkali Is a mixed dance in which both men and women participate.
  2. Kolkali - A folk art mainly of the agrarian classes, Kolkkali is a highly rhythmic dhey never miss a beat.
  3. Kolkali is a folk art performed in Kerala a small state in south India .
  4. Kolkali is a folk art performed mainly by the agrarian classes.
  5. Kolkali is a group dance form of the farming community in Kerala.


  1. Marinera is a dance of Peru.
  2. Marinera is a dance that is typical of the coastal regions of Peru.
  3. Marinera is a graceful and romantic couple's dance that uses handkerchiefs as props. (Web site)
  4. Marinera is a graceful and romantic couple's dance. (Web site)
  5. Marinera is the national dance of Peru . (Web site)


  1. A maxixe is a highly rhythmic Brazilian dance.
  2. MAXIXE: A Brazilian dance first introduced in Paris in 1912.
  3. Maxixe - A Brazilian dance with head and arm movements.
  4. Maxixe is a Brazilian dance.
  5. Maxixe was mainly an exhibition dance that later became popular among Cafe' Society in the early 1910's. (Web site)

Motif Description

  1. Motif Description is a method of recording movement that is closely related to Labanotation.
  2. Motif Description is a kind of simplified "Structural Description" - you only write down what you think of as important. (Web site)
  3. Motif Description is a subset of Labanotation that depicts the overall structure or essential elements of a movement sequence.
  4. Motif Description is a symbol system which notates the outline of movement.
  5. Motif Description was created by Ann Hutchinson-Guest as a way to notate and record the essence of a movement sequence without the rigidity of Labanotation.

Agnes De Mille

  1. Agnes De Mille was a famous choreographer born in Harlem. (Web site)
  2. Agnes de Mille was a lifelong friend of modern dance legend Martha Graham.
  3. Agnes de Mille was born on September 18, 1905, in New York City into a theatrical family.

Alexandra Danilova

  1. With Balanchine were Tamara Geva, Alexandra Danilova, and Nicholas Efimov, all of whom later became well known in the West.
  2. Coppelia, choreographed by Balanchine and Alexandra Danilova in 1974, was seen live from the stage of the New York State Theater at Lincoln Center.
  3. As I watched Mr. Franklin with his princely demeanor dance with Alexandra Danilova, I knew dance was what I wanted to do. (Web site)

Alina Cojocaru

  1. Alina Cojocaru is a delightful dancer to watch.
  2. Alina Cojocaru is a fantastic dancer. (Web site)
  3. Alina Cojocaru is a light, delicate Aurora, her dancing shaped with a sense of drama.
  4. Alina Cojocaru is a near-perfect ballerina.

Alla Sizova

  1. Alla Sizova is a twentieth-century ballet dancer, best known for her work with the Kirov Ballet .
  2. Alla Sizova was a lyrical dancer with pure classical style training and faultless technique. (Web site)

Amanda Schull

  1. But center stage holds Jody Sawyer (Amanda Schull), who may never be a great ballerina, but she's certainly one sexy jazz dancer.
  2. Here is the fanlisting for the great actress Amanda Schull, from the movie Center Stage.
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Anastasia Volochkova

  1. Anastasia Volochkova ( Russian: ------------------ ------------------) is a Soviet ballerina and a member of the Bolshoi Ballet. (Web site)
  2. THERE ARE good reasons to be grateful for Anastasia Volochkova's week at Sadler's Wells, even if you don't buy the theory that she is a great ballerina. (Web site)

Angel Corella

  1. Angel Corella is a good partner for Ferri.
  2. Angel Corella is a joy, his energy is just so contagious.
  3. Angel Corella is a marvel, too--exuberant, boyish, stunning good looks and a clear rapport with Ferri.
  4. Angel Corella is a very gifted dancer, who works hard everyday of his life. (Web site)
  5. Angel Corella was born in Madrid in 1975. (Web site)

Anna Pavlova

  1. Anna Pavlova is a gymnast on the current Russian National Team.
  2. Anna Pavlova is a role model to us all, and in telling her story, Rosario Ferre has created a fascinating novel.
  3. Anna Pavlova is also the name of an Olympic gymnast.
  4. Anna Pavlova was Magellan as well as Father Junipero Serra, with a little Audubon mixed in, and ballet was her mission. (Web site)
  5. Anna Pavlova was a living testimony to that comment. (Web site)

Anna Sokolow

  1. Anna Sokolow - a student of Martha Graham and Louis Horst, Sokolow created her own dance company (circa 1930).
  2. Anna Sokolow is a major figure in the development of dance and theater in Israel. (Web site)
  3. Anna Sokolow is a realist.
  4. Anna Sokolow is a wonderfully special kind of choreographer.
  5. Anna Sokolow was a dancer and choreographer of uncompromising integrity.

Anne Hart

  1. Anne Hart is a popular independent journalist and author of 71+ books.
  2. Kimberly Anne Hart is a young woman born and raised in Angel Grove California, who was recruited by Coach Schmidt this past July. (Web site)
  3. E-Mail Anne Hart with any questions or comments. (Web site)


  1. It is also known in Greece under the name Antikrystos.
  2. Antikrystos (Greece) face-to-face traditional dance.

Antoinette Sibley

  1. Antoinette Sibley is a gracious dancer with a limpid technique, but I found Anthony Dowell's dancing rather cold.

Antonio Gades

  1. As all know, Antonio Gades is a major figure in flamenco dance, and not to be taken lightly.
  2. Though Joselito is fascinating, she gives incredibly misleading information about dancer Antonio Gades.

Antony Tudor

  1. Undimmed Lustre: The Life of Antony Tudor is a chronological biography of one of the most creative forces in dance of the 20th century.
  2. Dark Elegies, by Antony Tudor is a masterwork from the Rambert repertoire.
  3. But choreographer Antony Tudor composed one of his greatest ballets, Pillar of Fire (1942), to the music of a work by Schoenberg.

Anton Dolin

  1. Sir Anton Dolin was the stage name of Sydney Francis Patrick Healey-Kay ( 1904 --- 1983), an English ballet dancer and choreographer. (Web site)
  2. Franklin also studied with Nicolai Legat, and in Paris he had classes with Lubov Egorova, and his hero, Anton Dolin.
  3. Among the newcomers were Anton Dolin and Serge Lifar; Balanchine and Danilova joined a year later.


  1. Ausdruckstanz is the name given to German Expressionist dance. (Web site)

Ballet San Jose Silicon Valley

  1. Phaedra and a flaming bird take flight at Ballet San Jose Silicon Valley.
  2. Ballet San Jose Silicon Valley pumps up the drama in new production.
  3. As much as it stays the same, Ballet San Jose Silicon Valley's 'Nutcracker' evolves.

Ballet Company

  1. A Ballet company is a group of dancers who perform ballets.
  2. The ballet company was well-received.

Ballet Master

  1. Ballet Master is the term used for an employee of a ballet company who is in charge of specific tasks.

Ballet Rambert

  1. The Ballet Rambert was founded by Dame Marie Rambert as a classical ballet company. (Web site)

Ballu Tundu

  1. Ballu tundu is a traditional popular dance of Sardinia, specially characteristic of Gavoi.
  2. Ballu tundu is a traditional popular dance of Sardinia.

Bangarra Dance Theatre

  1. Bangarra Dance Theatre is one of the youngest and oldest of Australia's dance companies.
  2. Bangarra Dance Theatre is one of Australia 's most unique and innovative dance companies.
  3. The 10-year-old Australian troupe, Bangarra Dance Theatre, is a prime example.

Barn Dance

  1. A rowdy form of dancing called the "barn dance" set a precedent square dancers long have fought to overcome. (Web site)
  2. The Barn Dance was originated in Scotland in the 1860's. (Web site)
  3. ARKANSAS TRAVELER: An old time Barn dance depicting a salesman of tin ware who came from Arkansas.

Bartenieff Fundamentals

  1. The Bartenieff Fundamentals is a system developed by Irmgard Bartenieff that facilitates ease, efficiency and expression through movement. (Web site)
  2. Bartenieff Fundamentals are gentle patterns to enliven the connections in the whole body.
  3. This course will teach the basics of Laban_Movement_Analysis (LMA) and the Bartenieff Fundamentals. (Web site)


  1. Barynya is a fast Russian folk dance and music. (Web site)


  1. Batuque is a Brazilian game played in Bahia in the early part of the twentieth century but now extinct. (Web site)
  2. Batuque is a beat specific to the island of Santiago in the Cape Verde archipelago, conveys the collective memory and identity of a people. (Web site)
  3. Batuque is a superior Cacha-a, made from sugar cane and aged in Santos Mahogany barrels. (Web site)
  4. Batuque is also an old name for Candombl--, an Afro-Brazilian religion (an Orisha cult). (Web site)
  5. Batuque is an African dance and music from Cape Verde. (Web site)


  1. Bayadere is a ludicrous story and you have to signal it big.

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