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Dance Element: Relationships

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James Hamilton

on 20 May 2014

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Transcript of Dance Element: Relationships

What are spatial relationships in Dance?
Spatial Relationships are when you are aware of your surroundings and having a good sense of space in the area. Also, being spatial consists of using in front, beside, behind, over, under, alone or connected, and near or far formations.
Personal Relationships can consist of friends, siblings, parents, and romance. What that means is that you can have a dance relationship with almost anyone. All of the emotions that go with those relationships are happiness, envy, hatred, and love.
Timing relationships are very important in dance not only because without it it would be very hard to control, but it also helps keep a very steady beat and that makes for an easy and successful dance routine.
Here are some examples of timing relationships.
Personal Relationships
Timing Relationships
Spatial Relationships
Dance Element: Relationships
Whether relationships are personal or not, it can hurt you as much as it can help you.
Before, after, unison, canon,
sooner than, and faster than
Rules to a dance with great spatial relationship are:

Don't put yourself or others in an awkward position where they can't move freely.
Move properly on time and keep in sync with the beat.
By James, Nenad, & Sandra
Here is a short clip from a video that implements all three of the relationships: Spatial, Personal, and Timing.
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