3. Buleria. <ul><li>It is a dance full of insight by the artist that allows much brilliance and great communication with the public because it is the style that allows more improvisation. The bar plays a key role in the freedom of spontaneous movements, funny and mischievous. Domain is required setbacks, richness of steps, speed and strength in the foot if you want absolute footwork and expressive arms, body and even in the face. Sometimes, they get bulerías footsteps of other popular folk dances, but with a hint of teasing or taunting, and is the only flamenco leaps in supporting male performance. </li></ul>
4. Seville <ul><li>It is characterized by his grace, his vivacity, his agile dynamism and flexibility, although in recent years have been growing more slowly. Dancing is a pairing of man and woman or two women. At the popular level are executed in a series of four songs, each different choreography, with a short interval between them. Formerly, there were seven songs, as they added three sevillanas bowling that, at present, only be interpreted by professionals rather more difficulty in the dance. </li></ul>
5. Fandango. <ul><li>As dance is a very old style of popular character that has acquired over time characteristics of flamenco. It is essentially a partner dance with spins own courtship dances. However, it is not widely known outside the province of Huelva.El meter is in three stages. Fandango is a basic example of triple meter. </li></ul>
7. Ballet. <ul><li>Ballet classical dance is the specific name given to a particular form of dance and technique. According to the periods, countries or current and choreographic I can show you include: dance, mime and theater (orchestral and choral), people and machinery.
8. The technique of this dance is a major challenge, and requires a concentration quw to dominate the entire body, adding besides training in muscle flexibility, muscular coordination and musical rhythm. </li></ul>
9. Rhythmic <ul><li>Rhythmic gymnastics is a sport that combines elements of ballet, gymnastics, dance and use of various devices such as rope, hoop, ball, clubs and ribbon. </li></ul>
10. BALLROOM DANCING
11. Cha-cha-cha <ul><li>It is the latest dance incorporated in the form of Latin dance. Shortly after the Mambo was introduced in the dance halls, there was the cha-cha-cha, which started to gain increasing popularity. This rapid and widespread diffusion is due mainly to being a dance intermediate, neither too slow nor too fast, making it easy dance genre for all (as opposed, for example, in Mambo, where music is faster and more complicated rhythm.) Initially, its creator (Enrique Jollín) had called this dance neodanzón name. </li></ul>
12. Paso doble <ul><li>Paso doble transforms the man for a few minutes on a brave bullfighter, with whose coat (women) drawn on Scope of a purely imaginary character astado.Su Spanish Pasodoble has made one of the few dance groups that have not been forgotten our country. No party or where this dance festival is not present and there are few people who have resisted at their own pace. </li></ul>
13. Samba <ul><li>The Samba comes from Brazil, where is the national dance. Its origins are to be found between the groups of slaves brought from Africa. In this dance are contributions of Brazilian popular music and various forms of music that shaped Rio Rio de Janeiro. His popularity in this country is so great that it has come to be declared national dance of Brazil. </li></ul>
14. Tango <ul><li>The tango is a dance music genre and clearly urban in nature, sensual, and international renown. Musically usually binary (theme and chorus) or ternary (two parties to which you add a &quot;trio&quot;) and beat four times (although it is called &quot;two by four&quot;).
15. The tango can be interpreted by a variety of instrumental groups. Among the most characteristic are the quartet of guitars, guitar and accordion duo, a trio of accordion, piano and bass, and orchestra and sextet. </li></ul>
16. Mambo <ul><li>The mambo is a dance originating in Cuba. Mambo music originated in Havana in 1930 by Cachao, who by then was part of the orchestra Arcaño y sus Maravillas. Then Damaso Perez Prado and Beny Moré made it popular in Mexico City, and then the rest of the world in the mid 1950's.
17. Mambo was originally developed from Danzon, a rate at that time prevailed in the Cuban music scene, but soon evolves into a faster tempo. </li></ul>
18. Meringue <ul><li>Meringue ia a style of music and dance ougited in the Caribbean, specifically in the Dominican Republic in the late nineteen century.
19. Originally, the meringue was played with string instruments. Years later, the strings were replaced by the accordon. </li></ul>
20. Salsa <ul><li>Salsa is a modern ballroom dance of Latin America, whitch is danced in pairs or groups.
21. Salsa is the dance created by people speaking Caribbean salsa. Salsa dance mixes influences from Africa and European. </li></ul>
22. Belly dance <ul><li>The belly dance is a dance that traditional elements with other middles east north africa </li></ul>
23. STREET DANCING
24. Hip-hop <ul><li>The hip-hop is an artistic movement that emerged in the United States in the late 1960's in Latin American communities or neighborhoods afronamericanas reoyorquinos popular as Bronx, Queens and Brooklyns, where from the beginning stood out the typical characteristics of the origins of hip- hop, for example, music (funk, rap, blues, Djing) dance (hustle, popping, locking, uprocking, lindy hop).
26. Funky <ul><li>The funk is a musical genre that was born among measures and late 1960 when several African-American musicians merged soul, jazz and R & B giving rise to a new rhythm and dance music.
27. The funky reduce the prominence of melody and harmony and change gives greater weight to the percussion and electric bass line.
28. The funky usually built on the instruments of the electric guitar, electric bass, Hammond organ and drums, which play interlocking rhythms.
30. Modern dance <ul><li>The modern dance is one that is structured in eight days, ie each new step is divided into eight parts (moving an arm, turn your head, sit still ...) that are stroke play music and go spinning to compose the choreography. You can also have free passes, where each dancer or ballerina do a different thing that can be invented before or improvise on the spot. </li></ul>
31. Dolors sperm you like, on behalf of Sandra, Nagore, Elena, Julia and Xènia.