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DANCE

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Camila Sarmiento

on 16 May 2013

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Transcript of DANCE

CLASSIFICATION AND GENRES Number of interacting dancers ORIGINS AND HISTORY WHAT IS DANCE? DANCE AND MUSIC Performed together (both music and dance)
Perform separately DANCE STUDIES
AND TECHNIQUES 1920s DANCE COMPETITIONS “Dance is the hidden language of the soul” DANCE Martha Graham OCCUPATIONS BENEFITS ACTIVITY PURPOSE DANCER DANCE TEACHERS CHOREOGRAPHER DANCESPORT COACHES Expressing yourself.
Have fun, enjoy.
Socializing.
Getting fit. Exercise
Human Behavior: Motion and art.
Performing art: Hobby and recreation Main purpose SOLO DANCE PARTNER DANCE GROUP DANCE CEREMONIAL DANCE COMPETITIVE DANCE EROTIC DANCE PARTICIPATION DANCE PERFORMANCE DANCE SOCIAL DANCE Overcome depression
Confidence
Flexibility, Strength and Endurance
Fun
Relaxation
Social Life
Self-Expression
Lose weight
Memory
Increase energy academic discipline. Dance courses available Professional practice
Practice research
Ethnochoreology
Dance therapy, or dance-movement therapy
Dance and technology
Laban Movement Analysis and somatic studies Dance technique Choreography
Connection
Dance moves
Lead and follow
Musicality
Dance theory Competitive dance Open competitions Dancesport Single-style No exact time within history.
Telling myths
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