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American Style - Rhythm

American Style Rhythm
Cha Cha
Originally known as the Cha-Cha-Cha. Became popular about 1954. Cha Cha is an offshoot of the Mambo. In the slow Mambo tempo, there was a distinct sound in the music that people began dancing to, calling the step the "Triple" Mambo. Eventually it evolved into a separate dance, known today as the Cha Cha. The Latin cha-cha is a very famous ballroom dance. Created in Cuba, it contains African and Cuban rhythms that meld into a Latin beat. It's characteristic counting, one-two, cha-cha-cha! has made it famous

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Rumba
Rumba is the spirit and soul of Latin American music and dance. The fascinating rhythms and bodily expressions make the Rumba one of the most popular ballroom dances. The Rumba is among the slowest and most seductive and sensual of Latin dances. The sensuality is achieved by maintaining close contact with the floor through the feet. In this dance the emphasis is on the "Body" hip actions are produced by controlled transfer of weight from foot to foot. Each foot movement takes 1/2 beat of music, body action occurs on the second half of the beat

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Samba
Samba is considered the dance of celebration and joy. Lively and rhythmical, there are many types of Samba dances, just like there are many types of Samba music. Ballroom Samba, is one of the popular Latin dances in ballroom competitions, it is made up of many different South American dances mixed into one. In Brazil, a Samba dancer is known as a Sambista. .

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East Coast Swing
East Coast Swing can be referred to by many different names in different regions of the United States and the World. It has alternatively been called Eastern Swing, Jitterbug, American Swing, East Coast Lindy, Lindy (not to be confused with Lindy Hop), and Triple Swing. ]Other variants of East Coast Swing that use altered footwork forms are known as Single Swing] or "Single-step Swing" (where the triple step is replaced by a single step forming a slow, slow, quick, quick rhythm common to Foxtrot), and Double Swing (using a tap-step footwork pattern)

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Bolero
The bolero is a close cousin of the Rumba, sharing the same footwork timing and many similar figures. Bolero is the slowest rhythm dance. The music tempo is only 96 beats per minute. As with rumba, the basic footwork timing is slow-quick-quick. As with rumba, three steps are taken to four beats of music and the music is written in 4/4 time. For spectators, it is often difficult to distinguish bolero from rumba

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Mambo
Mambo is a Latin dance of Cuba. Mambo music was invented during the 1930s in Havana by Cachao and made popular by Perez Prado and Benny Moré. Mambo music was influenced by the Jazz musicians that the Italian-American gangsters. In the late 1940s, Perez Prado came up with the dance for the mambo music and became the first person to market his music as "mambo". After Havana, Prado moved his music to Mexico, where his music and the dance was adopted. The original mambo dance was characterized by freedom and complicated foot-steps.

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West Coast Swing
West Coast Swing (WCS) is a partner dance with roots in Lindy Hop. It is characterized by a distinctive elastic look that results from its basic extension-compression technique of partner connection, and is danced primarily in a slotted area on the dance floor. The dance allows for both partners to improvise steps while dancing together, putting West Coast Swing in a short list of dances that put a premium on improvisation.[1]

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