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The indyfivestardance studio is having world's highly experienced teachers for swing dance lessons. ...

The indyfivestardance studio is having world's highly experienced teachers for swing dance lessons.

http://www.indyfivestardance.com/

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  • 1. In the 1940’s Americans became fascinated by LatinAmerican rhythms. The original Mambo music, ElGuardia, had its beginning in 1944 as a Rumba witha riff improvisation. The Mambo combinedAmerican Jazz with the Afro-Cuban beat. ArthurMurray Studios became famous for turning outsome of the best Mambo dancers of the era.
  • 2. The components of Mambo are rock steps andside steps and foot styling includes points, kicks orflicks. The Latin hip movement in Mambo is animportant aspect of the dance.
  • 3. There are two schools of thought as to how thiscaptivating dance began. One says it started as apeasant dance in the Dominican Republic byAfrican slaves. Another says a returning war hero,a General Marengue, danced dragging an injuredleg.
  • 4. Walking steps and side steps (chasse) are the basiccomponents of Merengue. This dance isintroduced as a marching dance but can bedeveloped into a very rhythmical dance. With“Cuban Motion” and animated body movement,the Merengue gives a festive party appeal.
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