Discussion in 'Dancers Anonymous' started by DanceMentor, Feb 8, 2007.
Un vals para mamà (Tango vals tune)
Bumped this thread to check out "E" for the dancer's telephony alphabet thread, but not thrilled with the oprions.
Etiquette, Enrosque, and Emergency advil. Hmmm. Any other ideas for E?
And what's and enrosque???
as for E maybe Elevation or Entrechat?
http://www.scribd.com/doc/2255405/Ballroom-Dance-Terms-from-DanceVisioncom - FOR BALLROOM
http://www.dancehelp.com/articles/dance-dictionary/ballet-dictionary.aspx - BALLET
http://www.dancehelp.com/articles/dance-dictionary/jazz-terminology.aspx - JAZZ
Nothing in Z's
That is a style of dance, so that would count
Ailes de pigeon:[Means “pigeon’s wings”]. The dancer performs a cabriole devant, then the legs change and beat again, then change again before the dancer lands on the leg he jumped on, leaving the other leg extended in the air. Also known as “pistolet”
Barcley Blues - a beautiful new vogue dance done to slow foxtrot rhythm.
(I am so addicted to new vogue lol)
Charmaine - also a New Vouge Dance to a Foxtrot rhythm
Desplazamiento — Displacement: Displacing the partner’s leg or foot using one’s own leg or foot.
efface: ["effaced"]. A position on stage in which the dancer faces one of the downstage corners with the legs crossed, upstage leg forward. The downstage arm is usually raised in this position, so that the face is shaded, or effaced; hence the name.
Feather: When danced solo - the third step of a triplet when danced across the body. When danced in partnership - a step taken outside partner.
grand jeté: ["big thrown (step)"]. A long horizontal jump, usually forward, starting from one leg and landing on the other. In the middle of the jump, the dancer may be doing a split in midair. This is a grand jump that you will see in most grand finales
Separate names with a comma.