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A Learn to Dance ‘Did-you-know?’ – Tango it traces its origins from Argentine, Spanish, and Brazilian influences. The Tango is a dance wherein the dance partners are almost chest to chest so it creates immediately intimacy. TANGO, the dance, is a conversation between two people. You, and a dance partner, can express musical moods through improvised movements. You can dance simple tango after one lesson, but spend a lifetime developing your own dancing. Tango originated in the “Rio de la Plata” at the turn of the last century, and born within the immigrant and lower class communities in this area. During the next few decades tango spread throughout South American society and then throughout the world.
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A Learn to Dance ‘Did-you-know?’ – Rumba rumba is actually a generic word because it covers many kinds of West Indian dances. These dances are slow and romantic. There are two sources of the dances: one Spanish and the other African. Although the main growth was in Cuba, there were similar dance developments which took place in other Caribbean islands and in Latin America generally.
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A Learn to Dance ‘Did-you-know?’ – Foxtrot when people think of foxtrot, they associate it with smooth dancing. This is a favorite among men because the dance is simply like walking or strolling. The foxtrot is a ballroom dance named after its originator, Harry Fox, who developed the dance in 1914 for his vaudeville act. The original version is quite fast, and is actually more similar to the Quickstep as it is now judged in International ballroom competitions.
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Abbey St Bathans-Scottish Borders (near Duns)
Allanton-Scottish Borders (near Chirnside)
Blyth Bridge-Scottish Borders (near Peebles)
Bonchester Bridge-Scottish Borders (near Hawick)
Donaldsons Lodge-Scottish Borders (near Kelso)
Ettrickbridge End-Scottish Borders (near Hawick)
Hendersyde Park-Scottish Borders (near Kelso)
Kings Muir-Scottish Borders (near Peebles)
Kirk Yetholm-Scottish Borders (near Kelso)
Kirkton Manor-Scottish Borders (near Peebles)
Mountain Cross-Scottish Borders (near Peebles)
Nether Blainslie-Scottish Borders (near Newtown St Boswells)
New Belses-Scottish Borders (near Ancrum)
Newtown St Boswells-Scottish Borders
Nine Mile Burn-Scottish Borders (near Penicuik)
Old Belses-Scottish Borders (near Ancrum)
Rhymney Bridge-Scottish Borders (near Peebles)
Roman Bridge-Scottish Borders (near Peebles)
St Abbs-Scottish Borders (near Berwick upon Tweed)
St Boswells-Scottish Borders (near Newtown St. Boswells)
Steele Road-Scottish Borders (near Hawick)
Talla Linnfoots-Scottish Borders (near Peebles)
Town Yetholm-Scottish Borders (near Kelso)
Upper Houndlaw-Scottish Borders (near Berwick upon Tweed)
West Linton-Scottish Borders (near Penicuik)
Wilton Dean-Scottish Borders (near Hawick)
Yarrow Feus-Scottish Borders (near Selkirk)