Hip-hop dance began during the late 1960’s and early 1970’s, originally inspired by the movements of African dancing, and flourished as a new style of dance performed on the street for the people. Hip-hop incorporates aspects of modern dance, tap, and swing, integrating music and complex movements to form artistry.
What is the dance step of hop step?
|Dance Steps||Step Pattern|
|1. Touch step||Point, close|
|2. Bleking step||Heel, place, close|
|3. Close step||Step, close|
|4. Hop step||Step, hop|
What is hop in folk dance?
Hopping. Perhaps one of the most basic and energetic moves of folk dance, hopping steps are often used in choreography. Some cultures incorporate an alternating hop, placing the weight on one foot and then the other. Others involve repetitive hopping, either in place or as a traveling movement.
How can you execute hop step?
Jog slowly down the court. At random intervals, or if practicing with your team or friends, at the signal of a whistle, execute a jump step. Drive with your leading foot. On whichever foot you stop or the leading foot when the whistle blows, drive downward with that foot and perform a small hop.
Where did the Lindy Hop originated from?
The history of Lindy Hop begins in the African American communities of Harlem, New York during the late 1920s in conjunction with swing jazz.
Who performs Lindy Hop?
Lindy Hop was danced predominantly by Black dancers starting in the 1920s. Many of them lived in Harlem, where there were dance clubs such as the Savoy and Alhambra ballrooms.
When did the Lindy Hop become popular?
Lindy hop reached its peak in the 1940s, before slowly starting to go out of style as a popular dance in the 1950s as the sounds of bebop, cool jazz, and rock and roll began to change the music and dance landscapes. Luckily for us, lindy hop had a major uptick in popularity in the 1980s.
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