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Compare and contrast two very different types of dance; For instance, Latin American and Hula or Hip-Hop. Notice and explain how the music is performed and incorporated into the movements. How does the music enhance or amplify the movements. Look in the Dayton Daily News and notice all the different types of dance concerts. Attend a local dance concert (or watch one online), either downtown like the DCDC or the Dayton Ballet, or at WSU or another venue. Tell the class what you saw and how it affected you. If you are a dancer, describe why you love dance and try to make us non-dancers understand your passion of this art




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