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3 edition of Dance more often found in the catalog.

Dance more often

Jennifer Frankum

Dance more often

poetry

by Jennifer Frankum

  • 121 Want to read
  • 29 Currently reading

Published by Brucedale Press in Port Elgin, Ont .
Written in English


Edition Notes

Library copy signed by author.

Statementby Jennifer Frankum.
ContributionsFrankum, Jennifer, 1963- (autograph)
The Physical Object
Pagination58 p. ;
Number of Pages58
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL19199925M
ISBN 101896922287
OCLC/WorldCa54906898

Dance Terms In each dance is a fundamental figure called a Basic. A BASICis a standardized group of steps, which together with other pa tterns, constitute the f oundation of a dance. Think of it as the default figure in every style of dance. FRAMErefers to the position ofthe arms and torso while in dance position. (Figure ) Finding Your Center. often draws on different dance styles (such as ballet, modern, jazz, hip hop, flamenco, tap, Use the What is Contemporary Dance page for more details. • A line of text (eg. a sentence they hear someone speak, a line from a book or from • An File Size: KB.

Dance often The study made another important suggestion: do it often. Seniors who did crossword puzzles four days a week had a measurably lower risk of dementia than those who did the puzzles once a week. If you can't take classes or go out dancing four times a week, then dance as much as you can. More is better. And do it now, the sooner the. more freedom of movement in the torso, upper body and arms, giving the movement a more "modern dance" flavor George Balanchine (), eliminated the elaborate sets and costumes used is classical ballets (that he felt took the focus away from the dancer movement) and presented the dancers as equals on stage (not as principles and corps).

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