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Dancing Routines

All types of dancing routines

Freezes - the performer stays in a pose, usually after executing power moves, during the break in the music; 5. Suicides - this is an extreme maneuver that usually denotes the end of a routine. Requirement If you break down the fundamentals of "breaking", one will observe that the emphasis is more into the person's physical strength and balance. What you do to perform this step is basically place your weight on your first foot, then raise your second foot off the floor, once you have done this, you simply perform two hops on your first foot, or on the foot that is still on the ground. As soon as you take your second hop, you then drop your second foot and bring it at the back of your first foot, or the foot that did the two hops. Three Types of Music Used Below are three types of music that you can use along with your performance of capoeira: Ladainha: This type of music is typically sung at the start of the roda and is performed by the master. It can either be two types of songs: a popular song, or improvised by the master on the spot. Lindy Hop has 2 actual styles, though performers may integrate their own unique moves to give it a more unique style -- these are the Savory and G.I. style. The Savory-styled Lindy Hop places an emphasis on upper body movement -- usually involving horizontal sways and jerks that define it as an active version of the dance routine. Despite its lack of accurate historical background, tap dancing has been in the limelight of many performance and events in the early 1900's. From 1930 to 1950, tap has made it into broadway shows, movie flicks, and even television series that is quite popular even today. In most cases, experts agree that tap is a blend of cultures as dancers spread the art to different countries around the globe. African slaves who were brought to America have most likely introduced a diverse culture of music and dance without any fixed form. In order to retain their nativity as Africans, many of these groups have succumbed to perform their own set of dance routines without putting any emphasis on fixed styles, yet bordering mostly on improvisation and creativity. 

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