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Dances of the Past
Dancing to Win
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American Bandstand Astaire and Ginger Ballroom dance competitions ballroom dance contests ballroom dances began bouncy dance box step bullfighter called the twist Carmen Miranda Chubby Checker closed position count Couples move Cuban dance dance became dance called dance dance dance floor dance popular danced to music dancers dances include dances see box DanceSport England enjoy ballroom dancing fast and bouncy five lnternational follower which step fox-trot Fred Astaire Ginger Rogers group of dances hustle imaginary counterclockwise circle include ballroom dancing includes the cha-cha International Latin group International Standard dances jitterbug started jive Latin dance related line of dance lnternational Latin dances lnternational style lt became popular lt mixes mambo minuet Number ONE-two-three paso doble position dance position progressive dances quick-quick-slow rhythm quickstep rumba salsa samba Saturday Night Fever spot dance Steps to follow swing tango becomes popular Today's ballroom dances triple meter U.S. actor Viennese waltz waltz music York City