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    Contemporary Dance Essay

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    Energetic. Classic. Alluring. Perpetual. Contemporary dance is a type of dance that allows dancers to express themselves through various dance genres with certain types of dance including modern, jazz, lyrical, and classical ballet. Many dancers who excel in contemporary dance aim to link their body and mind through fluid dance movements. Yana Abraimova created a contemporary dance to the song “Until We Go Down” by Ruelle and taught it at D Side Dance studio. In this paper I will be discussing how Abraimova’s

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    this article, the author, Judith Vander, examines the music and musical roles of the four women in the North American Indian Music. -The Ghost Dance religion and the Sun Dance religion. The Ghost Dance religion is a religion based on three functions: curing, action against sickness and disaster, and catalyzing natural life processes. The Sun Dance is based on the three functions: dreams for religious songs and occasions, preventative needs, and preventative health needs. -Women

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    Kathhak Dance Essay

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    Additionally, I perceive them as a culture that appreciated the value of dance and often indulges in dance regularly. Their dress code is mostly full dresses for women and long trousers for men, I take them to be a conservative society that aims at concealing the dignity of a woman through the dress code. Penultimately, they are a culture with a diverse variety of foods, mainly greens since they value the lives of animals. Last but not

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    Analysis Of A Dance Team

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    There is something beautiful about dance, but there is something more beautiful about dancing with others. When a group of 13 girls and 1 boy can come together from 14 different ways of life and move together as one, then a dance team become more than just a dance team. This was not something that happened over night, it took time, effort and about 7 conversations with our coaches about our values. Without all of those components this team would have never became the successful, fighting, dream team

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    Bharata Natyam History

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    Khoker Religion and the Arts Professor Wendy Raver December 16th, 2013 Bharata Natyam The word “Bharata” comes from a combination of three main elements in Indian dance; Mood (bhava), melody (raga), and rhythmic timing (tala). The word “Natyam” means both dancing and acting. Bharata Natyam is from South Indian, specifically Tamil Nad. This dance style has been preserved mostly in the beautiful ancient temples and areas of Tanjore and Madras. South India has many sculptures of Gods and Goddesses who are

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    More specifically, I decided to observe Native American powwows, and how they unite the different tribes participating from across the country and how they unite people within a tribe. Powwows are an event where Native American people gather to sing, dance, participate in contests, have food, and ultimately bond with one another throughout the occasion. The powwow that I attended was Utah State University’s 44th annual powwow, which occurred on Saturday March 4, 2017 at noon. In order to learn more about

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    Chicago Dance Critique

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    Chicago Dance Critique I attended the Chicago musical performance on September 13th at 2pm at the Toland Theatre. My initial expectations for this particular performance were relatively low as this was not a professional musical performed by professional actors and dancers. However, the opening scene and first musical number tremendously exceeded by low expectations. The quick rhythm of the majority of the dance numbers, unique choreography, and excellent execution of all dance numbers with immense

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    the matric dance is seen as a stepping stone towards the future as well as marriage in a sense of choosing the ‘right’ partner. Marriage ceremonies and traditions take place as do certain traditions and ceremonies take place leading up to the matric dance, ie choosing the perfect dress, partner, the arrival at dance and family celebrations before dance etc. As marriage is seen as an essentially social act so too is the matric dance also seen as. As marriage so to does the matric dance have an economic

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    West Side Story The Musical *No Works Cited West Side Story is one of the most influential musicals of all time. It's integration of dance and song into the plot was very innovative, because even though it had been done before, it had never been done this well. Jerome Robbins had thought of an adaptation of Romeo and Juliet to a Broadway musical in 1949. He began discussions with librettist Arthur Laurents and composer Leonard Bernstein of a musical called East Side Story, with a plot concentrating

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    where I enjoyed to spend most of my time doing. For the middle school cheer tryouts there is a dance, cheer, tumbling and jump portion. The try-out consisted of a three day try-out. Day one, this day was learning the tryout dance. I could remember the coaches already staring me down before I actually tried out. With eyes glued to me made myself ten times more nervous than I was. After learning the dance we broke

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