Where Did Ballroom Dancing Originate from?

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Ballroom dancing originated in England in the late 18th century. Ballroom dancing was a social dancing for the privileged, which originated from the Latin word 'ballare'. It features popular dances such as the Minuet, Quadrille, Polonaise, Polka and Mazurka.
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I believe Arthur Murray created the modern ballroom dance. Tho many think Fred Astaire was the first, he actually learned from Arthur Murray.
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A Glance at the Origins of Ballroom Dancing. by Esther Kando Odescalchi, Ph.D. Dancing is one of the earliest art forms of mankind; in it human emotions are manifested in motion.
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Ballroom dancing originated in England in the late 18th and early 19th
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Ballroom dance is when a couple performs any social dance that follows a pattern of predictable steps like the tango, waltz and the quick step. It originated in England in the 18th and 19th centuries and it later became a trend for the working class people in the 20th century. In 1924 an organisation was formed called Ballroom Branch of the Imperial Society of Teachers of Dancing where the dance style began to boom.
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