lindy hop


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an energetic American dance that was popular in the 1930s (probably named for the aviator Charles Lindbergh)

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The Lindy Hop was a fusion of many dances that preceded it or were popular during its development, but it is mainly based on jazz, tap, breakaway and Charleston.
Subjects were divided into two groups: the first group (PD group) was assigned for the modified Lindy Hop dance therapy sessions, while the second group (control subjects or CO) did not undergo the therapy.
For the number "Slap That Bass," Feore created almost nine minutes of raucous Lindy hop.
When the new Doctor Who arrived on Saturday night I was half expecting to see he had travelled back to 1964 and was busy watching the very first Match of the Day while practising the Lindy Hop and waiting for his homemade lavender-infused ciabatta loaf to finish baking.
I'M not saying the BBC's rampant cross-promotion is becoming dangerously out of control, but When the new Doctor Who arrived on Saturday night I was half expecting to see he had travelled back to 1964 and was busy watching the very first Match of the Day while practising the Lindy Hop and waiting for his homemade lavender-infused ciabatta loaf to finish baking.
O swing e a denominacao generica aplicada aos diversos estilos para dancar musicas tipicamente norte-americanas como o jazz, o blues e o rock'n'roll e, dentre tantas dancas, estao o Lindy hop e o West cost swing (Millman, 2007).
With vintage clothing and homeware stalls, workshops, photo booths, lindy hop dance classes, hair and beauty salons, and live music.
I'd watch the locals dance the night away doing Lindy Hop while sipping cocktails in the balmy evening air.
A varied programme will include; urban and contemporary dance, charleston, lindy hop, jive, traditional flamenco and ballet.
In examining fictional accounts in literature and film, I show that these representations of the Lindy Hop and jazz culture mirror real-life experiences.
This book by Stevens (Pasadena Ballroom Dance Association) follows the fascinating history of swing dance from the Lindy Hop of the 1920's and the jazz age to its existence today as an important American folk form.
Las hermanas Andrea y Paola Aviles han aprendido swing con los mejores maestros del mundo en Alemania, Corea, Finlandia e Italia, y su meta hoy es despertar con clases abiertas y espectaculos el movimiento del lindy hop en Mexico.
And to make for an even more colourful night, professional dancers will be strutting their stuff on stage, doing everything from the jive and salsa to Lindy Hop, tap and foxtrot.
Karen Hubbard and Terry Monaghan, who are clearly insiders in Lindy Hop, provide some "myth-busting" within their solid history of dancing at the Savoy Ballroom, fixing inaccuracies about the Lindy legend, and proffering facts on other dances executed at the Savoy.
A French-speaking mastodon named Briella is only too happy to take a few turns including what looks like a Lindy hop.