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What are the three levels in dance movement?

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A. Fast, slow, and moderate
B. High, middle, and low
C. High, slow, and up
D. Apple, banana, and orange

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Asked by Mlvdance, Last updated: Feb 20, 2020

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C. Perez

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C. Perez, Writer, Writer, Cleveland

Answered Aug 01, 2019

The correct answer to this question is B, High, middle, and low. Dance is a performing art, and it is essential to all cultures. It involves moving the body, as well as having a strong mind to remember the dance steps. Dance dates back before written language and history as we know it.

Researchers find the origin of dance dating back to both Egypt and India. Every culture has its types of dances. Ballet formed in Italy, and it is popular in Europe. Belly dancing is popular in Middle-eastern cultures. Another dance is breakdancing, which is popular in Puerto Rican and African American cultures.

 

Sophia Lee Ryan

Sophia Lee Ryan

Answered Sep 28, 2017

The answer is letter B. The three levels in dance movement are high, middle and low. When people talk about the levels in dance movement, they basically mean the different physical aspects that the dancer reaches while he or she is dancing. Dance uses different body movements such as stretching, bending, twisting, jumping, swinging, swaying, shaking and collapsing.

High-level primarily refers to movements that are either elevated or aerial in space. When a dancer jumps, leaps or hops, he or she is considered doing the high-level dance movement. Middle level refers to a dancer’s movement when he or she is standing but not in an upright position. The low level refers to floor work or any dance movement and action that take place on the floor. It includes walking and running.

 

mlvdance

Mlvdance

Answered Aug 29, 2017

High, middle, and low
 

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