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Online Class- Dance Comparison Matrix

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University of Phoenix Material ARTS 100- Week Two DANCE COMPARISON MATRIX BALLET (2 EXAMPLES) FOLK (2 EXAMPLES) JAZZ (2 EXAMPLES) MODERN (2 EXAMPLES) Jazz: Boogie-woogie and Moonwalk Description: The Boogie-woogie is a piano and bass style of dance. This dance does not consist of formalized movements because the lines are not formal form. The dance also involves repetition of very quick footwork. Dancers of...

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of University Phoenix Material ARTS 100- Week Two DANCE COMPARISON MATRIX BALLET (2 EXAMPLES) FOLK (2 EXAMPLES) JAZZ (2 EXAMPLES) MODERN (2 EXAMPLES) Jazz: Boogie-woogie and Moonwalk Description: The Boogie-woogie is a piano and bass style of dance. This dance does not consist of formalized movements because the lines are not formal form. The dance also involves repetition of very quick footwork. Dancers of the Boogie-woogie express their movements at their own pace, and they often switch dance partners at sporadic intervals. (Pouska, 2004) (BOOGIE WOOGIE, YouTube) The Moonwalk is also a piano and bass style of dance. However, this dance can be done in any particular part of a song and is often used spontaneously in a dance. This dance is an illusion to the audience to make it seem like the performer is walking forwards but instead moving backwards. There are no formal lines in this dance, but the form is repeated to give the illusion of continuously walking backwards. (Mariposal, 2012) (Moonwalk, YouTube) Compared: The Moonwalk is very different than the Boogie-woogie. Though both dances do consist of repetition, the Moonwalk is danced with only one person while the Boogie-woogie is danced with multiple people. The form of Moonwalking is also a movement that takes a certain amount of form and repetition that the Boogie-woogie does not have. While the dancers to the Boogie-woogie can all be doing different moves, the dancers of the Moonwalks motions would be exactly the same. Repetition in the Moonwalk is used to make an illusion of walking forwards while moving backwards. Page 1 of 3 hum103r2 Each will team research four styles of dance (ballet, modern dance, folk dance, and jazz dance) as described in the text. Select two examples of each dance style for a total of 8 dances . 2) Prepare the matrix located in COURSE MATERIALS. List the characteristics of each dance. 3.) Then write a 350-500 words summary discussing the relationship of line, form, and repetition used in each style. In your summary, describe the similarities and differences of ballet, folk, jazz, and modern dance. This assignment does not ask for a history of dance or dance styles. Just brief comments on how they compare in line, form, and repetition. This does require you watch the dances and understand how they are actually performed. I suggest you might research the dances, learn their names and try to observe them on U-tube. Include intext citations and a reference page including dances observed (UTUBE). DO NOT use WIKIPEDIA as a research tool. Page 2 of 3 hum103r2 References Mariposal, A. (2012, May 5). Origins of the moonwalk & ahsan's 'who's loving you' tribute to mj . Retrieved from http://www.aforadio.com/index.php/origins-of-the-moonwalk-ahsans-whosloving-you-tribute-to-mj/ Pouska, A. (2004). Studybass.com. Retrieved from http://www.studybass.com/lessons/bluesbass/the-boogie-woogie-blues-pattern/ Rachelle9876. (2010, February 4). BOOGIE WOOGIE [Video file]. Retrieved from http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fWDfxgngrNc ClipMan2008. (2009, July 5). Moonwalk- Michael Jackson- Billie Jean- The First Moonwalk King of Pop [Video file]. Retrieved from http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kXhy7ZsiR50 Page 3 of 3 hum103r2

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