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To dance is to be out of yourself. Larger, more beautiful, more powerful. There are many differnt types of dance such as "Acro dance
Arkan (Ukrainian, Hutsul)
Ardha (Arab tribal war dance)
[edit] B
Bachata (Latin Club, Folk)
Balboa (Swing)
Ballet, category, also known as classical dance
Ballos (Burçak tarlası oyunu)(Greece), (Turkey)
Ballroom dance, category
Ballu tundu (Sardinia)
Bandari dance
Barn dance, category
Baroque dance, category
Barynya (Russian, folk)
Basse danse (also Basse-dance, Bassadanse, Bassadanze. French and Italian Renaissance dances)
Basque dance
BBoying (Breakdance)
Belly dance
Beguine, dance of Caribbean origin
Bereznianka (Ukrainian, Carpathian Ruthenia)
Bergamask (Bergomask) folk dance, from Bergamo, Italy
Bhangra (Indian, panjabi folk)
Bharatanatyam (Indian classical dance)
Big Apple (Line dance)
Bihu dance
Black Bottom (see Lindy Hop)
Blues (Club dance, Swing)
Bolero (American Ballroom, Cuban, European)
Bomba (African, Caribbean)
Bon Odori (Japanese)
Boogaloo
Boogie-woogie (Swing)
Bop, see Bop music, also ABA at List of dance organizations
Bossa nova (Brazilian, see Bossa nova music)
Borrowdale (Zimbabweean, see Museve music)
Boston
Bourrée (historical)
Branle (Bransle) (historical)
Breakaway (see Lindy Hop)
Breakdancing
Bump and grind
Bugg
Bunny Hop
Butoh (Japanese)
Butterfly (Urban, USA/Caribbean)
Buyo (Japanese)
[edit] C
Cajun dance, (Louisiana, USA Regional, Cajun)
Cajun Jig or Cajun One Step
Cajun Jitterbug and Two Step
Cajun Waltz
Zydecko
Cakewalk (Swing)
Calypso (Caribbean)
Canaries dance (historical, Renaissance, court)
Can-can (Cancan, can can)
Capoeira (dance and martial art, Brazilian)
Carinosa (dance of love) Philippines
Carioca
Carol (Medieval)
Castle Walk
Căluş (Romanian ritual dance)
Céilidh (Ireland, Scotland and Northern England)
Ceroc (Modern Jive, Club)
Chacarera (Argentina)
Chaconne
Cha cha cha or Cha cha (Cuba, Latin Ballroom Social)
Chamame (Chamamé, Argentina)
Charleston
Chumak (Ukrainian)
Chasapiko (Greece)
Cheerleading
Chicken Dance
Chodzony (Poland)
Chula (Southern Brasil)
Cinquepace, Cinque-pace
Circle dance
Clogging
Clowning
Cocek
Collegiate shag
Compas (Haiti)
Conga
Contact improvisation
Contemporary dance
Contra dance
Cordax Greek / Roman erotic dance
Cossack dance
Cotillion (dance)
Country/western dance
Country dancing
Country/Western Two-step
Country Swing or Western Swing
Courante (historical)
Court dance
Cueca (Chile)
Cumbia (Colombia, Club)
Cupid Shuffle
Csárdás (Folk, Hungarian; also variants in Slovak dances, Rusyn dances, (Ukrainian dances, Lemko dances))
[edit] D
Dances of Universal Peace
Dabke (Levantine)
Dilan (a Kurdish dance, Iran, Turkey, Iraq)
Disco
Dappan koothu
Doublebugg
Dragon dance
Drobushki (Russia)
Dubotanets (Ukrainian)
Dutty Wine - a West Indian, Dancehall-inspired dance
[edit] E
East Coast Swing
Eisa
Electro dance
Electric Slide
English Country Dance
Ethnic dance
[edit] F
Fad dance
Fandango
Farandole (Provencal)
Faroese dance
Farruca
Flamenco (Spanish/gypsy)
Folk dance
Formation dance
Forró (dance from northeast of Brazil)
Foxtrot (Ballroom Social)
The Freddy
Frug
Freak dancing
Funk Brazil
[edit] G
Gaida (Greece)
Galliard
Galop
Garba (India)
Gankino (Bulgaria)
Gavotte (Brittany), Gavot (historical)
Gigue
Grinding (dance)
Grizzly Bear
Guapacha (dance)
Gumboot dance (Africa)
Giddha (Indian dance Punjabi)
[edit] H
Habanera
Haka (Mori)
Hakken (Dutch)
Halay (Turkish, Folk)
Hambo (Scandinavian, Folk)
Hardcore Dancing(Urban American Hardcore)
Hasapiko (Greece)
Headbanging
Highland dancing
Hip hop dance
Historical dance
Hitch hike
Hokey Pokey, also known as Hokey-cokey, Okey-cokey
Hootchy-Kootchy
Holubka (Ukrainian, Hutsul, Bukovina, Carpathian Ruthenia)
Hopak (Ukrainian)
Hopak-Kolom (Ukrainian)
Hora (many named versions; folk, Israeli, Romanian, Ukrainian)
Horan (Crimean Tatars)
Horon (Turkish, Folk)
Hornpipe (Ireland)
Hula
Hully Gully
Hustle and its variant, New York Hustle (Club)
Latin Hustle
Humppa (see Music of Finland)
Hutsulka (Ukrainian, Hutsuls)
[edit] I
Ice dancing
Ikariotikos (Greece)
Improv Tribal Style Belly Dance
Intercessory dance
International folk dance
Interpretive dance
Irish
Irish Dance
Irish Sean-Nós Dance
Irish Stepdance
Israeli folk dancing
[edit] J
Japanese traditional dance (Japanese)
Jarabe tapatío
Jazz dance
Jenkka (see Music of Finland)
Jerkin'
Jig Ireland
Jig (Scottish country)
Jitterbug (Swing)
Cajun Jitterbug
Jitterbug Stroll (Line dance, Swing)
Jive (Ballroom, International Latin)
Joged (Indonesian)
Jota (Spanish dance)
Jove Malaj Mome (Bulgarian folk dance)
Jumpstyle (Techno based dance)
[edit] K
Kalymnikos (Greece)
Kamarinskaya (Russia)
Karsilama (Antikrystos, Marinella) (Greece, Gypsy)
Karşılama (Serbia, Iran, Turkey)
Kandian ([sri Lanka])
Kathak (India)
Kathakali (India, incorporates dance)
Kazachok (Russia)
Kerala Natanam (Indian Dance created by Guru Gopinath)
Khasapiko (Greece)
Kizomba (Angola)
Kolo (Slavic)
Khorovod (Russia)
Kleistos (Greece)
Koftos (Greece)
Kolbasti (Turkey)
Kolomyjka (Ukrainian)
Kopanitsa (Bulgaria)
Kotsari(Armenian: ; Turkish: Koçari; Greek: ; Georgian: ; Laz: Koçari; Azerbaijani: Köçri)
Kozachok (Ukrainian)
Krakowiak (Poland)
Krishnanattam (India)
Krumping)
Kuchipudi (India)
Kurdish dance (Iran and Iraq)
Kujawiak (Poland)
[edit] L
La Jota
Lambada
Lambeth Walk
Lancer (Quadrille)
Landler (Quadrille)
Lap dance
Latin dance
Lavolta
Ländler (Austria)
Lerikos (Greece)
LeRoc (Modern Jive, Ceroc)
Letkajenkka (also known as Letkajenka, Letkiss, Letka-Enka)
Leventikos (Greece)
Limbo (dancers pass under horizontal pole)
Lindy Hop (Swing)
Line dance
Lion dance
Liscio (italian traditional music and dance inspired to Waltz,Polka and Mazurka)
Long Sword
Loure (historical)
Lyrical dance
[edit] M
Macarena
Madison (Line dance)
Malaguena
Mandra(Mandilatos) (Balkan)
Mambo (American Ballroom, of Cuban origin)
Mapale
Marinera
Marinella (Greece)
Mashed Potato
Matachin (Matachines)
Maypole dance
Maxixe (Social)
Mazur (dance) (Poland)
Mazurka(Poland)
Medieval dance
Melbourne Shuffle (Australia)
Merengue (Latin Club)
Metelytsia ((Ukrainian), khorovod)
Milonga (see Argentine Tango)
Minuet
Modern dance
Modern Jive
Molly dance
Mohiniattam
Monkey
Morris dance
Moshing
[edit] N
Novelty and fad dances
The Nutbush
[edit] O
Oberek (also called Obertas or Ober, Poland)
Odissi (India)
[edit] P
Pachanga
Palo de Mayo (Nicaragua), Afro-Caribbean influence, not to be confused with Maypole dance
Pagode
Pangalatok (Philippines)
Parasol dance (Japan)
Partner dance
Participation dance
Para Para
Passacaglia (Passacaille) (historical)
Passepied (historical)
Pasillo
Paso Doble (Ballroom, International Latin)
Pavane (historical)
Peabody (ballroom)
Peewee style (originated by Pee-Wee Herman in Pee-Wee's Big Adventure)
Pentozalis (Greece)
Persian dance (Iran).
Pidikhtos (Greece)
Kastrinos Pidikhtos (Greece)
Malevyziotiko Pidikhtos (Greece)
Pendozalis (Greece)
Pole dancing
Pop, Lock, and Drop It (Hip hop)
Pogo (A punk dance, consisting of jumping up and down)
Pogonisios (Greece)
Polka - many named versions (Ballroom, Folk, Historical)
Polka-mazurka
Polonaise
Pony
Pols (Norway, Folk, see Polska)
Pom Squad
Polska (pl.: Polskor; Sweden, Folk)
Prophetic dance
Pryvit (Ukrainian)
Pyrichios (Dance from Pontos; Greek Black Sea)
Punk dance
Push (Swing, Texas)
[edit] Q
Qasemabadi (a northern Persian style)
Quadrille
Quickstep (Ballroom)
Quebradita (Mexico)
[edit] R
Rain dancing
Ramvong (Cambodia)
Rapper sword
Raqs Sharqi ("belly dance")
Rebetiko dances (Greece)
Redowa
Reel (Irish and Scottish)
Regency dance
Reggae
Reggaeton
Renaissance dance
Rigaudon, Rigadoon
Robot dance
Rock and Roll
Acrobatic Rock'n'Roll
Round dance (two kinds: circular chain, couples)
Rumba (Ballroom: International Latin & American Rhythm, Folk)
Cuban Rumba (Ballroom dance as of the beginning of the century, e.g., "The Peanut Vendor" piece)
[edit] S
Salsa (Latin Club)
Salsa Rueda (Latin Club, Round)
Samba
Samba dance
Samba de Gafieira
Samba (ballroom)
Sarabande (Saraband)
Sardana (Catalonia)
Sattriya dance
Saunter
Schottische
Scottish country dance
Scottish highland dance
Schoolcraft
Sean-Nós Dance (Ireland - Irish Dance in Sean Nós "Old Style")
Seguidilla (Spanish, folk)
Sequence dance
Serra (Greece)
Set Dance Ireland
Sevillana (Spain)
Shag (Swing)
Carolina Shag
Collegiate Shag
St. Louis Shag
Shake
Shim Sham (Line dance)
Shimmy
Shuffle
Siganos (Greece)
Single Swing (Single Time Swing)
Sirtaki (Syrtaki, Zorba) (Greece)
Skank (dance)
Skip jive
Slängpolska (Sweden, Folk, see Polska)
Slip jig (Ireland)
Slow Foxtrot - also known as Foxtrot and Slowfox (Ballroom)
Social dance
Son (Mayan, Guatemala/Mexico)
Sousta (Greece)
Bulgarian Sousta (Greece)
Cretan Sousta (Greece)
Dodecanese Sousta (Greece)
Macedonian Sousta (Greece)
Megarian Sousta (Greece)
Square dance
Traditional square dance
Modern Western square dance
Stage diving
Step dance Ireland
Street dance
Swim
Swing (both as family of dances and as specific Texas dance)
Swing Jive (Modern Jive, Club)
Swing Roc (Modern Jive, Club)
Suzie Q
Syrtos (Greece)
Cretan Syrtos (Greece)
Kalamatianos Syrtos (Mainland Syrtos) (Greece)
Kapoutzidon Syrtos (Greece)
Nisiotiko Syrtos (Island Syrtos) (Greece)
Silyvriano Syrtos (Greece)
[edit] T
Tango (Ballroom, Social, Club)
Argentine Tango - also known as Tango Argentino (Social)
Ballroom Tango - competitive and social dance styles
Brazilian Tango - see Maxixe
Finnish tango
Chinese tango
Tanoura (Egyptian dance)
Tap Charleston (see Lindy Hop)
Tap dance
Tarantella (Italian, folk)
Tau'olunga (Tongan or Samoan - Polynesian origins)
Tecktonik ("tck")
Texas Tommy (see Lindy Hop)
Tik (Greece)
Tinikling (Philippines)
Time Warp
Tourdion (historical)
Traditional dance
Tranky Doo (Swing, Line dance)
Trata (Greece)
Trepak (Russian, folk)
Tribal Style Belly Dance
Troika (Folk, Russian, Cajun)
Tropotianka (Ukrainian, Rusyn, Carpathian Ruthenia, Bukovina, Hutsuls)
Troubadou (Haiti)
Tsakonikos (Greece)
Tsamiko (Greece)
Tsifteteli (Tsifte-Teli) (Çifte-telli) (Turkish) (Greece)(Gypsy)(Arabic)
Tsirigotikos (Kythiraikos, Bourdaris) (Greece)
Tsyganochka, ("Gypsie Girl") Russian
Turf Danceing
Tumba
Twist
tbsson mj_rewot style-nepal
Cajun Two Step
Country/Western Two-step
Nightclub two-step - also known as California Two-step, abbrn: NC2S
Progressive Double Two
[edit] U
Universal Peace, Dances of
Ukrainian dance
Upa or Upa Habanera, claimed by some to be the origin of merengue music and dance.
Uvyvanets (Ukrainian, Carpathian Ruthenia, Rusyns, Lemkos, Hutsuls)
[edit] V
Valeta (a dance to waltz music)
Vals (Argentina, tango style)
Valse à deux temps (Valse à deux pas)
Verbunkos
Vesnianka (Ukrainian, a type of khorovod)
Vintage dance
Volte (also Volta, La volta, or Lavolta, Renaissance)
[edit] W
Waltz (ballroom, social)
Boston (dance)
Walking Boston
Cajun Waltz
Dream Waltz
Elizabeth Waltz
Cross-step Waltz (Cross Step Waltz)
Five-step Waltz (Five Step Waltz)
Hesitation Waltz
Slow waltz - known as Waltz in ballroom context (ballroom)
Viennese Waltz (ballroom, social)
Valse à deux temps (Valse à deux pas)
Watusi (fad dance)
West Coast Swing ("WCS"; Swing, United States)
Western swing (United States)
Classic WCS
Funky WCS
Sophisticated Swing (an older name of WCS)
Western promenade dance
Whip (Swing, Texas)
Wolosso (Ivory Coast)
Worship dance
worm

[edit] Y
Yablochko (Russian, folk)
Yerakina (Greece)
YMCA
Yakshagana (India, Karnataka)
Yowla (rifle dance from (UAE)
[edit] Z
Zapateado (Spain)
Zeibekiko (also spelled Zeibetiko, Zembetiko, Zebetiko, and Zembekiko; Greece)
Zeibeks (Turkey)
Zonaradiko (Thrace)
Zorba's dance (of Greek origin)
Zouk (Brazil, Haiti, Guadeloupe, Martinique)
Zouk-Lambada (Brazil)
Zumba (Colombia)
Zydeco (Louisiana, U.S.)


You have here your basic hip hop (and maybe throw in a few tricks) In the early seventys there were a few people considered the first B-boy dancers such as sista boo, Trixie, clark kent, El dorado Mike. There are also other styles in the category of hip hop such as poppers, lockers, and b-boys these people all have their own signature dance moves. Hip hop has become more modern now a days. Wardrobe Ballet Hip Hop Jazz Waltz The Evolution of Dance Lyrical dance combines different strengths and elements from other styles of dance. Usually lyrical dance has a story behind it, they express their feelings and emotions through their actions not words it is very entertaining and beautiful to watch. Ballet is a very old type of dance but has been carried on since the 15th century. It is known as a beautiful, technical , and precise type of dance. Ballet is usually accompinied by clasical music. Jazz is a very common and popular type of dance it has much publicity in the media. It includes a few techniques from ballet because of the grace and accuracy. Jazz tends to focus on personality, skills, and fun. There are spins, jumps, and other dance moves. Ballet - The traditional wardrobe for ballet consists of a body suit and tutu. It has now been modernized with body suits and skirts and the typical ballet flat or point shoes. Jazz - The wardrobe for jazz can vary depending where you dance. It usually consists of jazz pants or leotards and tights sometimes tank tops and shorts are acceptable with a leather jazz shoe. Hip Hop - The wardrobe for hip hop can vary from a baggy t-shirts and baggy pants or danceshorts anda tank top usually fun, cute, comfterable clothing. Waltz- The wardrobe for waltz is usually quite flowy because the outfit usually moves to the music. It is traditionally a dress but can vary. Dance is a form of art like colors, it comes in many different forms such as delicate and light on your feet ballet to getting down and dirty with hip-hop. Dance is in fact is a very popular world wide sport. Dance has most definetly changed over the years in the past they didnt really break down with rap music. It usually consist of much more formal and classical music. Dance has been around for a very long time, since aproximately 100 BC. Dance Shows History Now a days there are many shows involving dance that are popular. Some involve partner dancing others solo. There are various genres of music and dance styles as well. Some popular shows are "So you think you can dance", "Dancing with the stars", and "Americas best dance crew". These are some of the most popular dance shows they are entertaining and competitive. The Olden Days Wardrobe As you can see here dance wardrobe has been greatly modernized since the past.
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