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All about Dance

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Grab your dancing shoes and get moving through this great site from Artopia. There are so many things to watch and do. Start out by watching the “One Minute Movie” that offers a short explanation about what dance is and the many kinds of dance. In the Studio you can watch the floor paths that dancers make and, after watching a dancer, you can choose which path you think she made. The Language of Dance explains dance notation. Be a dance critic by watching dance videos of dancers. Don’t miss the video of the young Georgian boys doing their incredibly physical dance, and the video of Peg Leg Bates tap dancing is beyond belief.

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