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  • Dance Community - 1,187 words
    " 1,2,36,7,8" Ms A counts the dance's pounding beat as her dancer's practiced for hours. Ms A, an experienced dance instructor who has a passion about the art of dance owned a ranch called " The One and Only Dance Community." The Dance Community was 50 acres of dance rooms, work out facilities, cafeterias and dorms which housed the dancers. Ms A, a very demanding dance instructor expected nothing less than perfection of her students. This perfection required complete control over the dancer's lives. The clothes the dancers wore, what they could eat and where they could visit the people they associated with out side of the Dance Community. Perfection demanded a pricethat both Ms A and the dan ...
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  • History Of Dance - 551 words
    Oct. 17th 1999 The history of Dance is said to reflect the changes in the way people relate to their bodies, see the world, and experience the cycles of life. Cave paintings from 30,000-10,000 B.C. were found in Spain and France. These paintings contained drawings of figures with vivid movements. During the Ancient world dance was in civilizations of Rome, Greece, and Egypt. Through the Middle Ages the Christen Church's attitude toward Dance was two sided. One side rejected dance, they believed it was only lust, ecstasy, and sexual permissiveness. One the other side church fathers tried to include dances into seasonal celebration, and Christian feast days. In the dawn of the Renaissance, was ...
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  • History Of Dance - 551 words
    Oct. 17th 1999 The history of Dance is said to reflect the changes in the way people relate to their bodies, see the world, and experience the cycles of life. Cave paintings from 30,000-10,000 B.C. were found in Spain and France. These paintings contained drawings of figures with vivid movements. During the Ancient world dance was in civilizations of Rome, Greece, and Egypt. Through the Middle Ages the Christen Church's attitude toward Dance was two sided. One side rejected dance, they believed it was only lust, ecstasy, and sexual permissiveness. One the other side church fathers tried to include dances into seasonal celebration, and Christian feast days. In the dawn of the Renaissance, was ...
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  • Dance Lets People Escape Themselves - 400 words
    When you start dancing and you feel cool, you feel like the whole world belongs to you (Esther Boateng 87). This quote caught my attention because it was so interesting. Dance has been described as a variety of different things, but I think I never look at it as having the power to change ones total being. When I say this I mean dance enables one to take control of themselves and their world. This quote emphasizes people using dance as a vehicle to escape ones self and become bigger and stronger making the entire world your oyster. I think this quote can be used in a variety of different instances but I chose to focus on three. The first is looking at it from a historical perspective, then a ...
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  • Break Dance - 981 words
    Break Dancing or B-boying is a form of hip-hop dancing, which is popularly known as breaking. It consists of top or up rock, footwork, spinning moves (power moves), and freeze. B-boying came from Bronx, NY. The term "B-boy" or "B-boying" was created by Kool Herc who was a DJ spinning at block parties in Bronx back in the days. B-Boys means break boys and they were called so because they dance to the break part of music. Later, by repeating this break part done by DJ, "breakbeats" was born. Although people tend to pick up only power moves, real b-boys should master the all elements of b-boying. There are some controversies between people who emphasize on style and power moves. One puts his em ...
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  • The Sun Dance - 547 words
    The Sun Dance O, Wakan Tanka, be merciful to me that my People may live. It is for this that I am sacrificing myself. The Sun Dance is held every year in the month of June or July when the moon was full. It was first uncovered in a vision to a Lakota Indian called Kablaya. Wakan Tanka told him that his People had become way to sluggish in their prayers, so he sent them a new way of praying-the Sun Dance. In a Sun Dance, dancers present their bodies as a sacrifice on behalf of all the Lakota people. Through their sacrifice, the people gain strength and understanding. In the beginning , a large tipi was built and a number of ritual objects gathered or where made. One of these was a round rawhi ...
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  • Save The Last Dance - 684 words
    This movie was off the hook! First of all, these are the type of movies that should be known to mankind. Save the Last Dance, is a blend of love and romance with a little piece of hate crimes, racism, and of course most definitely violence. Well to tell you the truth, most of the people dont like love and romance. Save the Last Dance is a nice blending of a little piece of everything so it can entertain the people with different likes and dislikes. Even the people who dont like these types of movies would be interested in the movie Save the Last Dance. The name of the movie can leave the viewer in suspense. Just think of it as a phrase, Save the Last Dance. The theme of this movie is plain a ...
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  • Save The Last Dance - 936 words
    The movie, Save the Last Dance, goes along with all of our discussions and conversations about the visual difference between the black and white cultures and the stereotyping that Hollywood does of the two cultures. The movie shows the difference in the two cultures, according to Hollywood.you have your typical white middle-class suburban girl (Sarah) and your typical low-class black boy (Derrick). Save the Last Dance is a love story about the pros and cons that comes along with interracial dating . Hollywood displays Sarah as your typical white girl whose forced to move into a low-class neighborhood (with her father, Roy), which is inhabited mostly by blacks, after her mother dies in a trag ...
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  • Zabethan Music, Dance, And Food - 433 words
    During the Elizabethan period, Europe was going through the Renaissance. Their culture and way of life was emerging from the Middle Ages into their peak of advancements. Also, their lives were very different from ours. They listened to different kinds of music and found other ways of enjoyment such as dancing. The food they ate is also very unusual from ours. Their culture was very unique and different, and their history still remains with us. Depending on ones place in society, there would be different amounts of meals each day. In general, people ate two meals a day. Lunch was called dinner, and the last meal in the evening was called supper. Breakfast was generally just a breaking of ones ...
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  • Almost High : My Experience At The Homecoming Dance - 886 words
    It's Saturday night and I'm in my snug but not skin tight blue spaghetti strap floor length dark royal blue dress, all ready to go out to a very fancy restuarant. Old Country Buffet. As my friend and I climb out of my car in a classy like fashion, we realize that the line to Old COuntry Buffet is at least 50 meters long. "Oh My God." I say as my lipstick chalked lips fall to the floor. Glancing over at a fast-food pizza restaurant, my friend and I look at each other. "Uh huh." We both say. Pizza is better than some buffet anyway, I thought. About five minutes later, some friends of hours emerge from the middle of the centidpede like line and come up to us. I almost jumped in hyperness. "WHaz ...
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  • Biography Of Alvin Alley, The Face Of Modern Dance - 305 words
    Born on the 5th of January 1931, the man who changed the face of modern dance forever. He was born in a farming community in Rogers, Texas. When he was twelve he and his mother moved to Los Angeles. He had a difficult childhood. His mother was always working or out at a club. Through these hard times a wide range of dance genres, including the Ballet Russe de Monte Carlo and the Katherine Dunham Dance Company, influenced him He enrolled at the University of California at Los Angeles (UCLA). It was then that he became involved with the Lester Horton Dance Company. It was now 1949. He studied under Horton for four years until Hortons sudden death in 1953. Ailey was then made director of the co ...
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  • African Influence On American Dance - 1,164 words
    African dance has contributed many characteristics to dance in America. We see evidence of this in many aspects of dance today. Being such a diverse nation, America has the blessing of combining original dances from different cultures to create an amazing dance repertoire. American dance as we know would be completely different, if it werent for the Africans. African dance began with the different rhythms of the tribes. Its roots in America began with the slave trade. The American slave trade began in 1619, (However, Africans were imported as slaves to the West Indies staring almost a century before that) with the arrival of Dutch trading ships carrying a cargo of Africans to Virginia. They ...
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  • Analysis Of Twyla Thorpe's Dance "young Man And Death" - 436 words
    Young Man and Death is a dance that is very expressive. It is full of exaggerated movements, which have symbolic interpretations. It is quite simple to interpret. If one didnt know the title of the dance the content could easily be identified. A male dancer performs a dance of desperation, jubilee and death. This dance is full of insight, exhibits perfection and is inexhaustible. The content of the dance is a male/female relationship that has resulted in a breakup. The woman is leaving the man. Despair over a breakup can sometimes lead to actions of hopelessness. This principle is clearly seen by the movements throughout the dance when the woman rejects the man. It is also clearly seen when ...
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  • Understanding World And Ethnic Dance - 490 words
    Before I enrolled in "Appreciation of Dance" cultural studies class, I don't think I had any appreciation of dance whatsoever. I thought dance was just something that weird people did to have fun, for entertainment, and to make money. After being in this class so far I've come to respect many aspects and values of dance "especially world dance". It seems as though dance is life or life is dance, in life we all have some sort of function, and so does dance. Dance has many functions and is an important role in society for social reasons. Folk dance is history past down from generations to generations. Not is it just dance, but its story-telling and a form of entertainment. Before I read this u ...
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  • The Music And Dance Of Bangladesh - 511 words
    The traditional music in Bangladesh shares the perspectives of that of the Indian subcontinent. Music in Bangladesh can be divided into three distinct categories-classical, folk and modern. The classical music, both vocal and instrumental is rooted in the remote past of the sub-continent. Bangla music arena is enriched with Jari, Shari, Bhatiali, Murshidi and other types of folk songs. Rabindra Sangeet and Nazrul Sangeet are Bengalis precious heritage. Modern music is also practiced widely. Contemporary patterns have more inclinations to west. Pop song and band groups are also coming up mainly in Dhaka (capital city). Bangladesh has a good number of musical instruments originally of her own. ...
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  • Dance Brazil - 327 words
    Dance Brazil performs with flexibility and power, which is evident throughout its entirety. Whether the company is lying on the floor or leaping through the air, they command their space. However, throughout the production they also incorporate one important factor, their culture. In the introduction of the show, the dancers demonstrate their religious ways by presenting the sign of the cross to the people. Throughout the scene, the costumes that were being worn were all directly related to the colors of various gods. Throughout one scene, the dancers become possessed, one man loses control of his emotions, and lands into another man's arms. One could possible interpret that this man is land ...
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  • Jazz Dance - 724 words
    Afterreading the article on jazz dance, I had found out a number of interestingthings that I hadnt known before. I thought it was a dance form that wasfairly new, starting in the early 1900s. I then found out that it actually pre-dates all the way back to theseventeenth century. I also thought itcame from the United States, when it really originated in Africa and wasbrought here by the slaves. The dancingand drumming was such a part of their lives; it was eventually continued by theslaves on the plantations with dancing and the clapping of their hands forrhythm. It was used as a form ofentertainment, as well as enjoyment, and sometimes, even for competition. It wasaround the 1830s when the s ...
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  • Dance Dance Revolution - 445 words
    Since this is a music game the quality of music is probably the most important factor in the game. The songs for the most part are very good. There is a house/eurobeat slant to the music, since eurobeat is popular in Japan. Songs like 'Hyper Eurobeat' and '1998' are very energetic and make you want to get up and move. There are some slower Hip Hop and R&B songs like 'Put Your Faith in Me' and 'Try 2 Love U'. Latin Music is also being included into the game. 'Gamelan de Couple' (from Konami's Mamba A-Go-Go series) and 'La Copa De La Vida' (yes that Ricky Martin song) are some examples. There are even sports classics like 'We Are the Champions' and 'We will Rock you'. The concept of the ga ...
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  • Success - 776 words
    "Success is counted sweetest/By those who ne'er succeed" Emily Dickinson Since the beginning of my life I have been studying. In the early years of my childhood I didn't quite understand what my role was all about. I always wondered why is it that I have to go to school everyday even on Saturday because my mom said that it is good to be around smart people. When I was growing up I found the answer by myself. I started to understand when I was eight years old. I began to see school as the place to get knowledge this that my parents cant teach me at home. I also saw (and actually see) School as a place to play, have positive thoughts and enjoy life without forget about class and what society i ...
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  • What Then Is An American Now - 538 words
    *Note: This paper was done as a parallel to Jean de Crevecour's "Letters from an American Farmer," published in London in 1782. An American today controls the world. She lives for herself, and is successful. She has a job, not on the farm or with the family, but in the office. She is a college graduate, and is paying on a new car, house, and computer. She also pays for her own washer and dryer, heat and air, even bottled water. The weekends are spent at the gym, where she pays to do work, and at charities, where she goes to luncheons, and donates to the liberation of lab animals. She lives in a suburb, in a house like many others. She is an individual, and pays for the title. Her family is d ...
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