Night Club Partner Dancing
Nightclub Partner Dancing, Format: mp4 Video Download File
Length: about 90 minutes, Instructors: Joe & Jamie
This video product was an ambitious undertaking - an attempt to teach you how to dance to just about any song you will ever hear in any nightclub setting, whether disco, Latin, rock & roll, or country. Eight dances are covered in this 90-minute video: triple timing swing (jitterbug), three count hustle, four count hustle, cha cha, rumba, salsa, merengue, and slow dancing. These dances are easy to learn. Most important, we show you how to listen to the music to determine which dance is most appropriate. Popular music clips are used to illustrate each dance. We show a great way to spice up your slow dance. We also focus on the hustle, the dance featured in and made famous by the movie, Saturday Night Fever, starring John Travolta.
Knowing how to social dance is a valuable, rewarding, and important skill set and it's guaranteed to expand your social circle and your popularity. This might be the most rewarding course you've ever taken. You may be able to learn the whole set of dances in just one afternoon! This was a special project of The Dance Store. There are no other videos on the market similar to this one in scope, purpose, or completeness.
This video teaches "partner dances," not "free style" or hip hop dancing where you basically "shake ya thang." Several figures are shown for each dance. This video should accomplish its intent: to allow you to dance in almost any nightclub setting to just about any song that is played! This video is aimed at the social dancer, not the ballroom competitor who needs to dance to exacting standards. This video teaches a "club version" of rumba, cha cha, and salsa. This video is perfect for the complete beginner. This video is an incredible bargain - a complete course for less than the price of one private lesson!
I know what you are probably thinking: how is it possible to learn to dance to everything that might be played in a nightclub setting? Actually this is easier than you might think. Most dance beat music falls in the tempo range of 105 to 130 beats per minute. I’ll call this tempo range the tempo sweet spot of nightclub music. It’s the perfect tempo range for dancing swing, hustle, and cha cha. You’ll find that most nightclub music is suitable for swing, hustle, or cha cha dances. In addition to these dances, you will need a strong slow dance and you will need what I call a Quick, Quick, Slow dance such as rumba, which can be adapted to a very wide range of music tempos. To sum up, you will only need to learn a few basic dances to be able to address almost all nightclub music. More good news is that these dances are much easier to learn than ballroom dances such as waltz, foxtrot, and tango, which can be very technical.
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