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Transcript of Break Dancing.
Q and A What is break dance? http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gBzJGckMYO4 Resources Break dancing was developed in the South Bronx, a place in New York City, 13 years ago. Break dancing usually happens in street corners. When break dancing started out, there moves were mainly fancy footwork, body freezes, and with less of the advanced tricks such as the head spin. Dancers started adding smoother steps and body movements to forming a true style dance.
Break dancing soon gained popularity in disco and dance clubs everywhere. Early Break Dancing Break dancing was create in response of James Brown's dance moves on television. It was to go with his song called "Get on the Good Foot." Here's a video of the song
"Get on the good foot." http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VgGwI12zMJg As breakdancing evolved more, dancers began put more emphasis on leg movements Commonly known as "downrock." With added moves such as hand gliding, back spinning, windmilling, and the head spinning, break dancing has advanced as we all know it today. Break Dancing Today Break dance gained popularity worldwide during the 1980's and 1990's. Break dancing also known as "b-boying" is a type of hip-hop. http://dance.about.com/od/typesofdance/a/Break_History.htm http://www.google.ca/ http://www.youtube.com/ An information sheet. Any Questions or Comments? http://prezi.com/login/?next=/auth/login/%3Fnext%3Dhttp%253A%252F%252Fprezi.com%252Fyour%252F Introduction Here's a picture of James Brown. http://www.google.ca/imghp?hl=en&tab=wi By: Piravien, Cole and Nandkumar. Here's a dance move, step by step. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Oc0vUoI_KUk Music The beats of the music should be about 100 -135 beats per minute.