Well, I've always thought that dancing was a beautiful form of art. This specific type of art is basically about the flow of movement (to me). It's like the body, mind and soul are combined into an effortless form of expression, therefore, making an art that people feel the joy and self-pride of the dancer. - Charisma (<---- Awesome right? I thought of that on the spot. :3) For some it's free-styling, some is choreographing and practicing, while for others it's studying for a long time and mastering all of their techniques.
I'm a free-styler, but I want to choreograph a dance with Bianca.
Do you all know the geisha? (I'm going to use the Wikipedia definition.) Geisha are traditional Japanese female entertainers who act as hostesses and whose skills include preforming various Japanese arts such as classical music, dance, and games and conversation.
According to a video on Discovery Education, all girls who want to be geisha have to train for around 7 years. That is such a long time. And that is amazing dedication. Amazing.
Here's some music that I thought would be really great for dancing! :3
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For Dance Like Nobody's Watching by the awesome Family Force 5. This song can be a free-style dance song, but it can also be choreographed. I really like this song because:
1. It's super crazy! :D
2. The chorus is amazingly up-beat! I like good up-beat songs. To me, they are the best! :P
Time by Hans Zimmer is an amazing song, but this remix is amazing! You might've seen seen this in Twisted Two under Powerful Songs(? I'm not sure what I called the post). But if someone could do a choreographed dance to this, then that would be amazing! :D
So great! :P
And these songs (there are multiple songs in this video) I really like. They seem traditional to me, but I don't know what traditional Japanese music is.
Most of this music is really relaxing and I super like this. And the picture that is displaying the video is very pretty. I love that picture. :)
Thank you all for dancing and continue to dance!
Tell me in the comments if you love to dance! And if you do, what's your favorite song to dance to?