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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Steps star Faye Tozer was given glowing praise and 39 points by the judges for her waltz to See The Day by Dee C Lee with Giovanni Pernice and topped the leaderboard overall on 45 after gaining six points for the Lindy hop routine.
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.
MUSIC Rip It Up Jay McGuiness, Natalie Lowe and Louis Smith will swing, bop, jitterbug, lindy hop, jive and ballroom through the greatest songs from the greatest decade of music - the 1950s!
The funny and classic tale takes us through a fascinating musical chasing tour, using the famous 40s and 50s Charlestone, Lindy Hop and Jazz ballet music.
The funny and classic tale takes us through a fascinating musical chasing tour, using the famous 40's and 50's Charlestone, Lindy hop, and Jazz ballet music.
Dance workshops in the Lindy Hop, Jitterbug and Jive styles.
The objective of the study is to quantitatively assess an influence of modified Lindy Hop dance therapy on lower limb biomechanics of PD patients via capturing subjects' kinematic gait data using wireless inertial sensors.
There are hundreds of styles but the most popular is called 'the Lindy Hop'.
Sidebar events include a Lindy hop dance workshop and several jazz workshops.
Together with around 100 dancers who meet weekly at the British Legion Club in Newport, Amanda is organising a fundraising evening of '50s music for anyone to join in dancing the jive, lindy hop and rock 'n' roll.
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).
A varied programme will include; urban and contemporary dance, charleston, lindy hop, jive, traditional flamenco and ballet.
In response to the neglect of dance in jazz studies and performance studies, this essay examines the ways in which Black working-class women participated in jazz culture and the Lindy Hop. Drawing on the cultural history of the Lindy Hop, I argue that Black, working-class women not only found solace and escape in dancing but also a means to resist expectations for their race, class, and gender.