Dance

      Dance (from Old French dance, further history unknown) normally refers to human group either used as a form of expression or presented in a social, spiritual or performance setting.Choreography is the art of making dances.

      Dance is also used to illustrate methods of non-verbal communication between humans or animals (bee dance, mating dance), motion in lifeless objects (the leaves danced in the wind), and certain musical forms or genres. People who dance are called dancers and the take steps of dance are known as dancing. An event where dancing takes place may be called a dance.

Dance and Music

       Although dance and music can be traced back to primitive times it is unclear which art form came first. However, as rhythm and sound are the result of association, and music can inspire movement, the relationship between the two forms has always been symbiotic. This relationship serves as the basis for Eurhythmics devised by Emile Jaques-Dalcroze which was powerful to the development of Modern dance and modern ballet through artists such as Marie Rambert.

      Many early forms of music and dance were formed and performed together. This paired development has continued through the ages with dance/music forms such as: Jig, Waltz, and Tango, disco, techno and Hip-Hop. Some musical genre also has a parallel dance form such as Baroque music and Baroque dance where as others developed independently: Classical music, Classical ballet.

      Although dance is often accompanied by music, it can also be offered alone (Postmodern dance) or provide its own accompaniment (tap dance). Dance presented with music may or may not be performed in time to the music depending on the style of dance. Dance performed without music is said to be danced to its own rhythm.

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