The Can-can (also spelt Cancan, Can Can) is regarded today primarily as a music hall dance, performed by a chorus line of female dancers who wear costumes with long skirts, petticoats, and black stockings, harking back to the fashions of the 1890s. The main features of the dance are the lifting up and manipulation of the skirts, with high kicking and suggestive, provocative body movements. ...more on Wikipedia about "Can-can"
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Casino dance usually refers to the Cuban technique and style of Salsa (dance) as opposed to other styles such as New York on 2 or Los Angeles on 1 styles of salsa dancing. The name Casino appeared during the mid and late 1960s in the dance club of former Náutico, today named Patricio Lumumba, where dancers from Regla, Havana first created the Casino Ruedas. ...more on Wikipedia about "Casino (salsa dance)"
Casino Dance is internationally known as Salsa. The name Casino appeared in the early 1960s in Havana. As a pastime and entertainment for most Cubans, Casino became a predominant rhythm in Havana. It gave birth to Rueda de Casino, which originated in Patricio Lumumba beach club (former Nautico) in Miramar. This form of circular dance was the creation of dancers from Regla and the Guaracheros de Regla. ...more on Wikipedia about "Casino Dance"
Chacarera is a folk dance and music originated in the northwest of Argentina in the 19th century. ...more on Wikipedia about "Chacarera"
The Cham Dance, associated with some sects of Buddhism, is a lively dance which employs dancers wearing masks and ornamented costumes. The dance is accompanied by music played by monks using traditional Tibetan instruments. The dances often offer moral instruction relating to non-harm to sentient beings and are said to bring merit to all who observe them. ...more on Wikipedia about "Cham Dance"
Champeta is a style of music from Colombia. It combines urban sounds and Central and West Africa and Latin beats. Its origin is the city of Cartagena. The music has been influenced by soukous, compas and ragga. Champeta musicians are Chawala, Luis Towers, El Afinaíto, El Sayayín, El Pupy and Boogaloo, while others, like Elio Boom, have incorporated Jamaican raggamuffin music to champeta. ...more on Wikipedia about "Champeta"
The Charikawi is a traditional mimed dance of the Garifuna, in which a hunter encounters a cave man and a cow. The word may also refer to the music for such a dance. ...more on Wikipedia about "Charikawi"
Chhau is a martial dance form often attributed to origins in Mayurbhanj, an erstwhile princely state and now the largest district in the state of Orissa, India. ...more on Wikipedia about "Chhau dance"
(Choreography on broadway) ===History=== ...more on Wikipedia about "Choreography on broadway"
A Christian dance company is a dance company usually specializing in ballet that uses dance as a ministry to reach out to non-Christians, strengthen the faith of Christians, and to bring joy to poor countries or devastated areas. ...more on Wikipedia about "Christian dance company"
Clogging is a traditional type of percussive folk dance which originates from the Appalachian Region of the United States, associated with the predecessor to bluegrass — "old time" music which is based on Irish and Scots-Irish fiddle tunes. ...more on Wikipedia about "Clogging"
Concert dance (also known as performance dance), is a category of dances in which an audience is watching but does not participate. By contrast, in Social dance (also known as Participation dance) there is no audience (as such) as all participants perform and watch at the same time. ...more on Wikipedia about "Concert dance"
Contemporary dance is the name given to a group of 20th century concert dance forms. ...more on Wikipedia about "Contemporary dance"
The cordax was the licentious dance of ancient Greek comedy. In his play "Clouds," Aristophanes complains that other playwrights of his time try to hide the feebleness of their plays by bringing an old woman onto the stage to dance the cordax. He notes with pride that his patrons won't find such gimmicks in his plays. ...more on Wikipedia about "Cordax"
Country dancing is designed for social mixing, primarily so that eligible young males and females meet and assess each other. Although we know of many examples of ceremonial dances, seasonal dances and occupational dances, there is no definite example of country dancing before the 15th century. Certainly there are tunes from 1300 onwards which are suggestive but they are without evidence of social context. ...more on Wikipedia about "Country dancing"
Crossovers are classic moves from Balboa (dance). ...more on Wikipedia about "Crossovers (dance)"
Dance (from Old French dancier, perhaps from Frankish) generally refers to human movement either used as a form of expression (see also body language) or presented in a social, spiritual or performance setting. ...more on Wikipedia about "Dance"
Dance as a musical form is a smaller musical composition intended for the presentation of dance. It can be used as an accompaniment for actual dance, but its main purpose is music as such. ...more on Wikipedia about "Dance (music)"
A dance anthem, floorfiller or club anthem is an dance (or disco) track which receives almost timeless status, being played commonly many years after its release. ...more on Wikipedia about "Dance anthem"
The term dance bar is used in India to refer to bars in which adult entertainment in the form of dances are performed. Such dance bars used to be present only in Mumbai but are now spreading across the country in cities. It is estimated that in Mumbai alone, there are hundreds of dance bars although what makes it difficult to estimate the number is that many of them are not very accessible. ...more on Wikipedia about "Dance bar"
The dance belt is an undergarment worn by men who dance ballet. In ballet, there are many moves that, for a man, would produce most unfortunate results. The dance belt is worn to lift sensitive parts of the anatomy away from potentially damaging movement of the legs. It is carefully designed so as to be nearly invisible under tights and a leotard. ...more on Wikipedia about "Dance belt"
A dance card (also known by its German-language name, Ballspende, plural Ballspenden) is used by a woman to record with whom she will dance each successive dance at a formal ball. ...more on Wikipedia about "Dance card"
The term dance composition is used to describe to the practice and teaching of choreography and the navigation or connection of choreographic structures. ...more on Wikipedia about "Dance composition"
Dance Costumes are worn for a collection of reasons, including: ...more on Wikipedia about "Dance costume"
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