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The dance battle has begun

The dance battle has begunThere are several different styles of dancing but it’s quite obvious that there can only be one best version. Take a minute and read on to learn the best type of dancing, what’s in and what’s out and what’s just retarded.

Dance is an art form that generally refers to movement of the body, rhythmic and to music. You need to keep that in mind when you are thinking about the following, as all the bottom dance styles were graded upon their art form as well as adhering to the term of being rhythmic.

Contra (created in 17th century)
Folk dance styles in which couples dance in two facing lines of indefinite length. The initial contra dances were created in England.

Favorite Dancer:
* John Butler

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Clogging (created in early 1700s)
Type of folk dance rooted in traditional European dancing from the British Isles, in which the dancer’s footwear is used musically by striking the heel, the toe, or both in unison against a floor or each other to create audible percussive rhythms.

Favorite Dancers:
* Harland and Samantha McDermott

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Jazz (created in 20th century)

Primarily American musical art form which originated at the beginning of the 20th century in African American communities in the Southern United States from a confluence of African and European music traditions.

Favorite Dancers:
* Goth Crew

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Tap (created in 19th century)

The name comes from the tapping sound made when metal plates on the dancer’s shoes touches a hard surface. Because the dancer makes sound, they are also considered a musician.

Favorite Dancer:
* Larry Craig

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Swing (created in 20th century)

It evolved in the late 1920s and early 1930s out of Partnered Charleston. It is characterized by an 8-count break away or “swing out” and has an emphasis on improvisation and the ability to easily adapt to include other steps in 8-count and 6-count rhythms.

Favorite Dancer:
* Richard Marx and Sue Jameson

 

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Line (created in 20th century)

Choreographed dance with a repeated sequence of steps in which a group of people dance in one or more lines or rows without regard for the gender of the individuals, all facing the same direction, and executing the steps at the same time. Line dancers are not in physical contact with each other.

Favorite Dancer:
* Cows Are People Too Group

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Dance Sport (created in 20th century)
Competitive ballroom dancing, a set of partner dances, which are enjoyed both socially and competitively. Many ballroom dances are elevated folk dances. Any one of the several dances in which two individuals, a “leader” and a “follower,” dance with physical contact through their upper or lower bodies, or simply their arms depending on the particular variety of dance.

Favorite Dancer:
* Michael and Macy McGovern

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Break (created in 20th century)

A street dance style that evolved as part of the hip hop movement among African American and Puerto Rican youths in Manhattan and the South Bronx of New York City during the early 1970s. May have begun as a building, productive, and a constructive youth culture alternative to the violence of urban street gangs.

Favorite Dancers:
* Jamal Nichols

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Krump (created in 21st century)
An urban street dance-form that began in South Central Los Angeles and is characterized by free, expressive, and highly energetic moves involving the arms and chest. It has become a major part of hip hop dance culture.
Favorite Dancers:
* Henry “Crazy” Manson
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Ballet (created in 17th century)

Formalized type of performative dance, the origins of which date lay in sixteenth- and seventeenth-century French courts, and which was further developed in England, Italy, and Russia as a concert dance form.

Favorite Dancer:
* Judy Summers and Nick Papadopoulos

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Belly (created in 19th century)

Native to North Africa, Asia and the Middle East, belly dancing is based on one of the oldest social dances in world history. Support for this theory stems from similarities between poses from the modern dance form and those depicted in ancient Egyptian art.

Favorite Dancer:
* any in-shape woman

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Pole (created in 21st century)

A form of dancing/gymnastics. It involves dancing sensually with a vertical pole and is often used in strip clubs and gentlemen’s clubs, although more recently artistic pole dancing (Chinese poles) is used in cabaret/circus and stage performance in a non-erotic environment. Advanced pole dancing requires significant strength and endurance.

Favorite Dancer:
* every girl we’ve thrown money at

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All dancing with the exception of pole dancing requires certain clothes, costumes, and dance shoes. The clothing styles vary even within their own categories, the costumes in some dance routines cost thousands of dollars. The shoes… well, they seem to be the only thing that ties every different type of dance together besides having the physical ability to move.

Even when there is no clothing or costume being used, like in pole dancing, there are still shoes. As Chris Rock states in a stand-up routine, all pole dancers are issued tall heeled glass sandals.

If you are looking at getting more involved in dancing it might be best to start with the shoes. Head over to http://www.movedancewear.co.uk/ and find dance shoes that you like. Whatever you choose for a shoe will help you decide what type of dancer you will become. Ballet, ballroom, tap, jazz, flamenco, tap, and many more.

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