Main starting point for our 'Dance Styles section' of this website ... Click on the above 'Alpha Letter'
Click on the letter above that best describes the NAME of the dance Style your searching for and if not on the list, try searching it next (see green arrow above). Also try different variations on the spelling(s) or other term(s) known about them/it.
There are over 1000 dances styles/types listed on this site and as time permits I am always adding more information. (some of this info is reported to me by the actual person who did/created a dance.) I am sharing this information with all, so use what you want, agree, disagree, whatever, but here it is.
If you can add any information not listed here, please help me and other Dancers, Choreographers, Students, Historians etc., who may be searching for that very information you have, e-mail it to me ... Please!. I will add your name and/or e-mail or your back link to that page if you wish. If you e-mail me with a question and I have the answer available I will e-mail you back, no response means I don't have your answer available at the moment (yes I do answer many of them.) However your email does not just get deleted so if anything comes up on your question in the future, I'll get in touch about it.
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