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Dance styles


Dance styles


Here are the most important dance styles:

Folk dance
Ballroom dance
Latin dance
 Folk dance
Folk dancing is perceived as more of a social activity rather than competitive.
 Ballroom dance
This dance was created in the Western world and include Tango and Polka.
 Latin dance
Latin dance has so many types that they all differ: Samba, Merengue and Salsa.
Swing dance
Street dance
Ballet
 Swing dance
Usually refers to a group of dances, the most popular of these dances is the Lindy Hop.
 Street dance
Dances such as: Hip hop and Breakdance are practiced as a form of physical exercise.
 Ballet
Ballet is one of the few dances that have stayed approximately for centuries not decades.
Belly dance
Modern dance
Theatre dance
 Belly dance
Belly dance was developed in the Middle East, is an Arabic style of dance.
 Modern dance
The term "Modern Dance" generally encompass to 20th century ballroom dances.
 Theatre dance
Is a category of dances which is presented for a spectators such as: Jazz dance and Tap dance