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en.wikipedia.org/wiki/History_of_dance

Dance history is difficult to access because dance does not often leave behind clearly .... In this atmosphere modern dance began an explosion of growth. There was suddenly a new freedom in what was considered acceptable, what was considered ...

www.the-ballet.com/dancestart.php

The point in time where people started to dance is very hazy, in fact it is more like a cloud ... The first recorded dancing, by our definition, is among the ancient ...

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It is natural to beat out the rhythm of the dance with sticks. It is natural to accompany the movement of the dance with rhythmic chanting. Dance and music begin ...

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WHEN DID CONTEMPORARY DANCE START? Contemporary dance began at the start of the 20th century when US dancer Isadora Duncan (1878–1927) ...

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Dance does not leave behind clearly identifiable physical artifacts such as stone tools, hunting ... thing,it is a feeling which we felt when we are extremely happier or listening to some rhythmic sound then automatically our foot began to move.

www.dancefacts.net/dance-history/history-of-dance

Period when dancing became widespread can be traced to the third millennia BC , when Egyptians started using dance as integral parts of their religious ...

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Modern dance history in Europe started with Renaissance, when many new dances were invented. After that, periods of Baroque, post French Revolution, ...

www.atlantaballet.com/resources/brief-history-of-ballet

Ballet, as we know it today, began during the Renaissance around the year 1500 ... At first, the dancers wore masks, layers upon layers of brocaded costuming, ...

people.uncw.edu/deagona/raqs/origins.htm

Some told us that belly dancing began in the harems of the sultans, when .... This may in fact be what people mean when they ask, "How did belly dance begin?

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Professional dancers train and practice every day for an average of six hours. Many also cross-train ... When and where did break dancing start? Break dancing  ...