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  • 1. Universidad libre . Profesor : RACINES Alumno : Cristian calderón . the best of 80's                                                   
  • 2. break dance electric boogaloo dances for battle classic house
  • 3. hip hop funky free style hip house dance for choreography
  • 4. Dances for battle El Bboying (Break Dance), comenzó como un método de las bandas rivales del GHETO o para resolver disputas por el territorio. [1] En una exhibición de bailes por turnos, el bando ganador era quien demostraba mayor habilidad y conseguía ridiculizar al oponente, al principio únicamente era un baile de pié, sin bajar al suelo , salvo en los "burns" en donde se bajaba por un momento para realizar algun gesto o postura de mofa o risa al oponente, bien haciéndose el dormido, el muerto...
  • 5. Movimientos del Breakdance El bboying se compone básicamente por: Top Rocking: Todo el baile que se realiza de pie Footwork: Es el Top Rocking en el suelo, (cuando se baja al piso para continuar con el baile). Freezes: ... Powermoves: Todos los movimientos mas gimnásticos, en los que se gira o se realizan transiciones aparentemente mas "poderosas o enérgicas". Este conjunto forma el Breakdance con sus movimientos. Es un estilo de baile dificil de hacer pero practicable, se necesita mucha habilidad Dance for battle
  • 6. Electric boogaloo or electric boogie is a style of FUNK DANCE and STREET DANCE closely related to popping. It became the signature style of the dance group started in 1977 called the electric-boogaloos, a group that popularized popping and many of its related styles. According to the Electric Boogaloos, the electric boogaloo dance style combines a dance called boogaloo with popping. This boogaloo was supposedly created by in and should not to be confused with the Latin American dance known as the boogaloo , which is a completely different style. Boogaloo Sam's boogaloo was a fluid leg-oriented style danced to funk music, utilizing rolls of the hips, knees and head, which was later combined with the popping technique to create the more versatile electric boogaloo Dance for battle
  • 7. Moves Body rolls Crazy legs Fresno A staple move of popping and electric boogaloo. In a fresno, the dancer moves side-to-side doing a hit on each turn. Head rolls Leg rolls Neck-o-flex Old man A move imitating an old man Twist-o-flex A technique where, as in the mannequin , the dancer creates the impression of unnatural body joints by moving and twisting various parts in sequence. Non-twisting parts should remain absolutely still. The effect resembles a Rubik's Cube moving, or somewhat a clay figure being modeled. It can be further refined by using hands to "push" or "pull" the body parts around. Walk-out Dance for battle
  • 8. El rap es el elemento musical vocal principal de la cultura hip hop . Consiste básicamente en recitar rimas siguiendo un ritmo o una base musical. El recitador se conoce como MC y generalmente la música la pone un DJ (audio mezcla y scratching ). En un principio era el MC el que presentaba y acompañaba al DJ, que era, realmente la estrella del espectáculo. Pero hoy en día, podríamos decir que casi siempre es el DJ el que acompaña al MC, y muchas veces ni aparece. Dance for battle
  • 9. Es habitual el creer que los términos rap y hip hop son sinónimos. La realidad es que no. Mucha gente no familiarizada con esta cultura, utilizan el término hip hop de forma indistinta para referirse a la música Rap. Por otra parte, la gente afín a la cultura Hip Hop y a la música Rap recomiendan el uso del término hip hop para referirse a la cultura y el uso del término rap para referirse al estilo musical, dentro de dicha cultura. Esta es versión de uso común. Afrika Bambaataa fue el primero en usar el término "hip hop" para describir el movimiento que estaba ocurriendo en barriadas pobres de New York, esto incluía Música (Funk, Rap, Salsa, DJing…), Baile (Hustle, Up-Rocking, Lindy Hop, Popping, Locking…) y Pintura (aerosol, bombing, political graffit Dance for battle
  • 10. classic house house music is a style of electronic dance music that was developed by dance club DJs in Chicago in the early to mid-1980s[ citation needed ]. House music is strongly influenced by elements of the late 1970s soul- and funk-infused dance music style of disco . House music takes disco's use of a prominent bass drum on every beat and developed a new style by mixing in a heavy electronic synthesizer bassline, electronic drums , electronic effects, funk and pop samples , and reverb - or delay-enhanced vocals. Dance for battle
  • 11. Detroit techno was developed in the mid 1980s. Though Detroit techno is a distinct musical form, its pioneers were also instrumental in forwarding house music internationally. Detroit techno developed as the legendary disc jockey The Electrifying Mojo conducted his own radio program at this time, influencing the fusion of eclectic sounds into the signature Detroit techno sound. This sound, heavily influenced by European Electronica (Kraftwerk, Art of Noise ), early B-boy Hip-Hop ( Man Parrish , Soul Sonic Force ) and Italo Disco ( Doctor's Cat , Ris, Klein M.B.O. ), was further pioneered by Juan Atkins , Derrick May , and Kevin Saunderson the "godfathers" of Detroit Techno . Dance for battle
  • 12. El hip hop es un movimiento artístico y cultural que surgió entre los años 1960 y 70 en las comunidades hispanoamericanas y afroamericanas y de barrios pobres neoyorquinos (Bronx, Queens y Brooklyns) donde desde el principio destacaron como manifestaciones características la música (funk, rap, salsa, DJing), el baile (hustle, uprocking, lindy hop, popping, locking) y la pintura (aerosol, bombing, murals, political graffiti). Africa Bambaata acuñó el término hip hop en aquella época, aunque años más tarde KRS One, originario del Bronx, quiso unificar en cuatro los elementos del hip hop: el MCing (rapping), el DJing (turntablism), el breakdancing (bboying) y el grafiti . Hizo esto con la idea de simplificar la definición de hip hop; pero para muchos esto puede resultar incompleto, ya que existen otras manifestaciones que quedarían excluidas de esta clasificación, como el beatboxing , los murales, el popping , el locking el uprocking o el streetball o basketball callejero en el cual un DJ mezcla sus mix tapes, mientras los ballers o jugadores hacen jugadas.                                Dance for choreography
  • 13. Freestyle or Latin Freestyle , also called Latin Hip Hop in its early years, is a form of electronic music that is heavily influenced by Latin American culture. Performers such as Safire , Information Society , Lisa and Cult Jam , TKA , George Lamond , and Expose are notable performers of this genre. Freestyle originated in New York in the early 80's. It continues to be produced today and enjoys some degree of popularity, especially in urban Latino and Italian American communities. Another popular modern dance music genre, Florida breaks , evolved from this sound. The music first developed primarily in New York City and Miami in the mid-1980s. It eventually spread to many other cities with Hispanic populations. Initially, it was a fusion of the vocal styles found in 1970s disco music with the syncopated, synthetic instrumentation of 1980s electro , as favored by fans of breakdancing . It was also influenced by sampling , as found in hip hop music . In the 1990s, the electro and hip hop influences were supplanted by house music Dance for choreography
  • 14. Soon thereafter, however, freestyle was seemingly swallowed up by the mainstream pop industry: MC Hammer , Paula Abdul , Bobby Brown , New Kids on the Block and Milli Vanilli had definite freestyle influences, with their hip hop beats and electro samples, but were undoubtedly a new pop-mainstream form of the underground dance music of the 1980s, repackaged with catchier tunes, slicker production and MTV -friendly videos. An exception to this was Linear with their cross over hit “Sending all My Love”. The reason to this exception is that Tolga Katas, inspired by Milli Vanilli commercial success, incorporated their sound with his own which resulted in a top ten hit that definitely benefited from the groups MTV – friendly video. Along with this pop appropriation of the genre and the success of these artists, not only on crossover stations but R&B stations as well, freestyle ceased to be as important as an underground genre, giving way to newer genres, such as Gangsta rap and new forms of Dance music coming from Europe , New York , Los Angeles , Chicago , Miami and Detroit , such as Trance , Rave and Eurodance , which seemed younger, fresher and newer than freestyle. Dance for choreography
  • 15. hip house Hip House music is the descendant of the 1970s dance style of disco , which blended soul , R&B , funk , salsa , rock and pop with a progressive, pro-diversity message. In the late 1970s, disco songs began incorporating electronic sounds, such as Giorgio Moroder 's landmark production of Donna Summer 's hit single " I Feel Love " from 1977 . In the same year, Kraftwerk 's album Trans-Europe Express began being played in New York discos; this album contains a number of the elements and samples that later appeared in techno and drum and bass . In 1984, Lime released an album with a style dubbed " HiNRG ", which moulded the late 1970s sounds of Giorgio Moroder and Kraftwerk into a catchy club style with beatbox programming and breakdown sections . M and M 's club mixes and Jesse Saunders - "On and On" (1984/1985) had many elements of electronic dance music that developed into the house music sound, such as synths (including the 303 ) and minimal vocals. On and On was the first recognised house release to be pressed and sold to the general public and often cited as the 'first house music record'. [1] [2] House music also incorporated other influences, such as New Wave , Reggae , European synthpop , industrial and punk as well as the emerging hip hop style. House music DJs experimented with new editing techniques and electronic instruments, such as remixing , sampling , synthesizers , and sequencers . Dance for choreography
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    • Funk es un género musical , muy popular durante los años 1970 , que apareció en el ambiente nocturno de las comunidades afroamericanas en Estados Unidos . Nacido como una evolución de algunos elementos del Soul y el Jazz anteriores, el funk se consolidó como un estilo propio y marcó el camino de la música bailable de ahí en adelante .
          • El instrumento fundamental en este estilo de música es el Bajo , requiriendo una gran proficencia técnica y la creación de líneas melódicas sobre las que se construyen los arreglos del resto de los instrumentos. Una técnica muy utilizada por los bajistas Funky es el "slap" , técnica patentada por el bajista de Sly & The Family Stone , Larry Graham , ,que consiste en golpear simultáneamente las cuerdas del bajo con el pulgar y tirar doblada una cuerda para dar un toque más potente a la línea.
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  • 17. Artistas Entre las bandas y músicos clásicos de este género se destacan: James Brown The Gang Michael Jackson Curtis Mayfield Kool & Sly And The Family Stones O' Funkillo Papa Negro Parliament Funkadelic The Meters Chic Wild Cherry Dance for choreography

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