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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?’ – Polka this is a quick and lively dance that was introduced by in the Czech Republic. There are many versions of this dance and the version in the United States involves less turning. Characteristically polka couples circle the ballroom, often at reckless speeds, using a simple step, close, step, and hop technique. The music is in 2/4 time with a strong, defining upbeat. Because of polkas long history it has acquired many terms and phrases, essentially its own vocabulary, contributing to the size of this cultural icon. The polka continued to be danced in the 20th century but less commonly than the fox-trot and latter forms.
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A Learn to Dance ‘Did-you-know?’ – Disco disco dance traces its roots to swing dancing but there are many incarnations of this dance. Disco songs usually have soaring, often reverberated vocals over a steady four-on-the-floor beat, an eighth note (quaver) or sixteenth note (semi-quaver) hi-hat pattern with an open hi-hat on the off-beat, and prominent, syncopated electric bass line. Strings, horns, electric pianos, and electric guitars create a lush background sound. Orchestral instruments such as the flute are often used for solo melodies, and unlike in rock, lead guitar is rarely used.
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Aberchalder Lodge-Highland (near Fort Augustus)
Aird of Sleat-Highland
Ault a’ chruinn-Highland
Back of Keppoch-Highland
Blar a’ Chaorainn-Highland
Boat of Garten-Highland
Brae of Achnahaird-Highland
Bridge of Brown-Highland
Bridge of Forss-Highland
Camault Muir-Highland (near Inverness)
Conon Bridge-Highland (near Inverness)
Crask of Aigas-Highland (near Inverness)
Culloden Moor-Highland (near Inverness)
Dulnain Bridge-Highland (near Grantown on Spey)
East Croachy-Highland (near Inverness)
Easter Galcantray-Highland (near Inverness)
Easter Kinkell-Highland (near Inverness)
Easter Moniack-Highland (near Inverness)
Easter Suddie-Highland (near Inverness)
Findon Mains-Highland (near Inverness)
Fort George-Highland (near Inverness)
Grantown on Spey-Highland
Hill of Fearn-Highland
Hilton of Cadboll-Highland
Inshes Wood-Highland (near Inverness)
Isle of Eigg-Highland
Isle of Raasay-Highland
Isle of Rhum-Highland
Isle of Skye-Highland
John O’ Groats-Highland
Kyle of Lochalsh-Highland
Letterfinlay Lodge -Highland (near Fort William)
Little Scatwell-Highland (near Ardross)
Lyne of Gorthleck-Highland (near Inverness)
Mains of Dalvey-Highland (near Glenlivet)
Mid Main-Highland (near Inverness)
Moss side-Highland (near Inverness)
Muir of Ord-Highland (near Inverness)
Muirton Mains-Highland (near Inverness)
Nethy Bridge-Highland (near Nairn)
Newlands of Geise-Highland
Newton of Ferintosh-Highland (near Inverness)
North Ballachulish-Highland (near Fort William)
North Kessock-Highland (near Inverness)
Port an Eorna-Highland
Port na long-Highland
Skye of Curr-Highland (near Tomintoul)
South Kessock-Highland (near Inverness)
Upper Eathie-Highland (near Cromarty)
Wester Moy-Highland (near Inverness)