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  1. Dance (8662 bytes)
    1: '''''Dance''''' (from [[Old French]] ''dance'', further history unknown) generally refers to [...
    3: ...a dance'''. [[Choreography]] is the art of making dances.
    5: ...[[Martial arts]] '[[Kata]]' are often compared to dances.
    7: == History of dance ==
    8: ''Main article:'' [[History of dance]]
  2. History of dance (9081 bytes)
    1: ...the history of [[mankind]]. We can only guess how dances looked like in earlier epochs.
    3: ...h the ''modern'' interpritation classical Indian dance (e.g. ŹBharathanatyam) is based.
    5: ...[[Homer]], whose "[[Iliad]]"; describes [[chorea (dance)|chorea]] (''khoreia'').
    7: ...inent Greek sculptors studied the attitude of the dancers for their art of imitating the passions
    9: == Pre-history of dance ==
  3. Medieval dance (635 bytes)
    1: The first detailed descriptions of [[dance|dancing]] in [[Europe]] date from [[1450]] in [[I...
    3: ...ts of a circle of dancers holding hands, with the dancers singing while dancing. Both the carol and the e...
  4. Classical Indian dance (443 bytes)
    1: '''Classical Indian dance''' is any dance form that is based on [[Natya Shastra]], and curr...
    13: *classical dances of Assam:
    15: **Savaguwa and Rang-guwa Ojapali dance
    18: *the North Indian dance forms of Persian origin, such as [[Kathak]]

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  1. Bagpipes (22002 bytes)
    47: ...'''), includes marches (2/4, 4/4, 6/8, 3/4, etc), dance tunes (particularly strathspeys, reels, hornpipes...
  2. Ancient Greek theatre (7531 bytes)
    45: Greek plays incorporated song, chant, and dance. Both the chorus and the characters spoke or cha...
  3. Performance (3170 bytes)
    14: ...[[ballet]] and other types of [[Performance dance|dance]]
    24: ...n very quiet, or encourage them to [[sing]] and [[dance]] along with the [[music]]. In a '''street concer...
  4. Janet Reno (5747 bytes)
    70: ... the recurring sketch “[[Janet Reno’s Dance Party]]” in January [[2001]].
  5. Emma Goldman (12210 bytes)
    59: * <blockquote>"If I can't dance, it's not my revolution" - widely attributed, act...
  6. Suzanne Valadon (4068 bytes)
    8: ...[[1883]], the same year that she posed for ''City Dance.'' In [[1885]] Renoir painted her portrait again...
    28:
  7. Mae Jemison (5527 bytes)
    5: ... [[African-American Studies]] and is trained in [[dance]] and [[choreography]].
  8. Aretha Franklin (7875 bytes)
    16: ...r Vandross]]). Her most notable 1980s hit was the dance song ''[[Freeway of Love]]'', which charted in [[...
  9. Alanis Morissette (25762 bytes)
    38: ...ed to move Morissette away from her debut album's dance-pop sound. However, ''Now Is The Time'' sold less...
  10. Tori Amos (27672 bytes)
    3: ...s probably best known to the wider public for a [[dance]] [[remix]] of "[[Professional Widow]]", her sole...
    33: ...rgirl Hotel'', but like that album featured overt dance music influences and a relatively subdued piano s...
  11. Bonnie and Clyde (17385 bytes)
    31: ...e and two associates happened to be drinking at a dance in Oklahoma (illegal under [[prohibition]]). When...
  12. Leni Riefenstahl (8095 bytes)
    5: ...tarted her career as a self-styled interpretive [[dance]]r; in a [[2002]] interview she recalled that dan...
  13. Lucille Ball (12427 bytes)
    46: ...arly desired a chance to perform, as anything: a dancer, showgirl, clown, [[singing cowboy]] &mdash; or ...
    62: ...see jail. The 'blowoff' of the scene is a square dance called by Cousin Ernie in the course of which the...
  14. Nicole Kidman (11782 bytes)
    71: *''Watch the Shadows Dance'' (1987)
  15. Sonja Henie (2914 bytes)
    8: ...e in figure skating, and the first to make use of dance [[choreographer|choreography]]. She was also an ...
  16. Bee (11175 bytes)
    83: ...ing bee running around in a tight figure of eight dance, waggling its abdomen as it does so. All the othe...
  17. Medieval art (6359 bytes)
    85: **[[Dancing in the Middle Ages]] ([[Dance]])
  18. Music (16515 bytes)
    16: ... or the movement in space of sounds, gesture, and dance. [[Silence]] is also often considered an aspect o...
  19. Definitions of music (17609 bytes)
    21: ...ical instrumental metric composition, and popular dance music are. However, from a European influenced mu...
    59: ...sical experience. This definition would include [[dance]]. The [[Boulanger]]s established a school of tho...
  20. Bassoon (11661 bytes)
    8: ... meaning such, "fagot", in 16th century Italy. (A dance also named "fagot" dates to a century earlier.) T...
  21. Bass clarinet (3454 bytes)
    16: ... music]] using the bass clarinet is probably "The Dance of the Sugar Plum Fairy" from [[Tchaikovsky]]'s b...
  22. Heckelphone (1998 bytes)
    3: ...everal works of [[Delius]] (''A Mass of Life'', ''Dance Rhapsody No. 1'', etc.), [[Arnold Bax|Bax]]'s ''S...
  23. Musician (3042 bytes)
    8: Musicians may also [[dance]] or produce [[choreography]]. The concept of th...
  24. Didgeridoo (7516 bytes)
    32: ...remonial occasions, whilst both men and women may dance.
  25. Sackbut (3802 bytes)
    16: ...sic]]. Sackbuts also frequently played courtly [[dance music]].
  26. Harmonica (21752 bytes)
    205: ...ked to bring woman from the audience on stage and dance with them as he played, but he eventually got sta...
  27. Africa (35389 bytes)
    59: ...Rwanda. As a consequence, 40 years after independance and decades of civil strife, this divide initiate...
    136: ...complex choral singing of southern Africa and the dance rhythms of [[soukous]], dominated by the [[music ...
  28. Australia (39438 bytes)
    142: ...an this; a 2001 survey indicated that weekly attendance at church services was about 1.5 million, about 7...
    144: School attendance is compulsory throughout Australia between the ag...
    151: ...gy)|Dreamtime]]. [[Australian Aboriginal music]], dance and [[Australian Aboriginal art|art]] are a visib...
    181: ...83 NCLS releases latest estimates of church attendance], National Church Life Survey, Media release, 28 ...
  29. United States (59108 bytes)
    359: ...this rate is not uniform across the country; attendance is more common in the [[Bible Belt]]&mdash;compos...
    402: ... scientific and art research centers and museums; dance performances, musicals and plays; outdoor art pro...
    464: ...ore | Folklore]] | [[Dance of the United States | Dance]] | [[Architecture of the United States | Archite...
  30. South Africa (40100 bytes)
    148: ...seen in differences in [[food]], [[music]], and [[dance]] among each of separate groups. However, there a...
    156: ... is among these people, however, that traditional dance and music survive; as blacks have become increasi...
  31. Argentina (30219 bytes)
    61: ... political change that eventually led to the ascendance of [[Juan Domingo Per󮝝 (b. [[1895]]). New soci...
    189: * [[Tango (dance)|Tango]]
  32. Tanzania (17411 bytes)
    115: ... taarab, which, for the first time, is 'taarab to dance to' and features direct lyrics, by passing the un...
  33. Republic of Ireland (25543 bytes)
    168: ...2001]], regular [[Roman Catholic Mass|Mass]] attendance, already previously in decline, declined from 60%...
    177: ...orrs]], [[The Frames]], and the dance show [[Riverdance]].
  34. Malaysia (27892 bytes)
    210: .... The country has a strong tradition of dance and dance dramas, some of Thai, Indian and Portuguese origi...
  35. Culture of China (15738 bytes)
    40: === Dance ===
    41: :''Main articles: [[dragon dance]] - [[lion dance]]''
  36. Bear (6673 bytes)
    40: ...ction]]. Bears in captivity used to be trained to dance, box, or unicycle, but it is now controversial to...
  37. Hathor (11883 bytes)
    20: ...e alone, and so Hathor went to him and started to dance and stripped naked, showing him her [[genitals]],...
    28: ...[Dendera]] and was led by priests who were also [[dance]]rs, [[song|singers]], and other entertainers. Ha...
    31: ...Queen of the Harp Playing, the Lady of the Choral Dance, the Queen of Wreath Weaving, the Mistress of Ine...
  38. Bes (2294 bytes)
    9: ... symbolise the good things in life - [[music]], [[dance]], and generic, and sexual, pleasure. Later, in t...
  39. Arizona (24318 bytes)
    67: Dance = Unknown |
    130: ...other states of the Southwest, Arizona has an abundance of topographical characteristics in addition to i...
    157: ... in the country. Copper is still produced in abundance from many giant open-pit mines and underground mi...
    455: ...cities.com/azirishdance/ An Oral History of Irish Dance in Arizona.]
  40. California (63989 bytes)
    63: ... = [[West Coast Swing]]; folk - [[Square dance]] |
    182: ...rse ecological conditions. California's great abundance of species of California lilac (''[[Ceanothus]]''...
  41. Iowa (24205 bytes)
    180: Dance = None |
  42. Wisconsin (18812 bytes)
    112: <tr><td>[[List of U.S. state dances|State Dance]]:</td><td>[[Polka]]</td></tr>
  43. Utah (29154 bytes)
    59: Dance = N/A |
    106: ...federal troops were sent in to suppress the Ghost Dance of 1872. The war is unique among [[Indian Wars]] ...
    268: *[[Sundance Film Festival]]
  44. Texas (39610 bytes)
    565: *state folk dance &mdash; [[square dance]]
  45. Oregon (26551 bytes)
    49: ... [[David Thompson]] ([[1811]]) publicized the abundance of [[fur]] in the area. In [[1811]], New York fin...
    244: :[[State dance]]: [[Square Dance]] (Adopted in 1977)
  46. North Dakota (14827 bytes)
    186: :'''[[State dance]]:''' Square Dance
  47. Oklahoma (32092 bytes)
    459: |[[State folk dance|folk dance]]
    460: ||[[Square Dance]]
  48. New Jersey (35646 bytes)
    180: The 2004 [[Sundance Film Festival]] favorite ''[[Garden State]]'' (st...
    367: *[[State dance]]: The [[Square Dance]]
  49. Roaring Twenties (28131 bytes)
    66: ...d jazz adopted the 4/4 beat of dance music. [[Tap dance|Tap dancing]] performances entertained people in ...
    68: ===Dance===
    70: ...began to hone their skills in Tap dance and other dances of the era throughout the [[Vaudeville]] hall ci...
    71: ... much wider audiences, giving rise to an era of [[dance hall]]s and live music.
    73: Harlem played a key role in the development of dance styles. With a number of entertainment venues, pe...
  50. List of sports (7318 bytes)
    126: * [[Dance sport]]

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