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The history of jazz dancing is tremendously distinctive in that it has developed through the influence of more than a few other dance styles and techniques. It developed alongside the American jazz music ethnicity and like jazz music, has its roots in African and slave ethnicity. Later, though, it became entangled with tap, Minstrel shows, vaudeville, swing, and Broadway. In result, the movements and styles allied with jazz dancing have been continuously varying over the decades.
Shared by an extensive range of dance styles, Jazz is an exciting and ever-evolving dance form, full of rhythm, syncopation, passion, and life. Progressed from early African American vernacular dances at some stage in the early 1900s jazz dance brings energy and life to all those who dance it.
On the journey to America, slaves in the 1800s were permitted to dance in order to keep fit. These dances sustained on the plantations in the American South. In the early 1900s, as black Americans became the precursors of the jazz movement; jazz dancing was very closely associated to tap dancing. In fact, a jazz or tap dancer was conventionally part of a jazz band, and these dance trends soon spread to the audience and the public. The consequence was dances like the Charleston, Jitterbug, Boogie Woogie, and Swing Dance.
In order to set free an entertaining and energetic experience, later on jazz moves got infused unique moves, elaborate footwork, large leaps, rapid turns, and imaginative improvisation. To personify balance and agility, the dance requires foundation of classical ballet. Viewed in the spotlight with movies Jazz dance Classes explore body isolations of the head, shoulders, ribcage, feet and arms. Your creative flair and big smile are the highlights in Jazz dance!
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