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Dance with Me Jazz Workout
Jazz: Perfect for boys and girls! The girls wear traditional leotards, but the baggy clothes that the boys wear have turned this video into a "hip hop" learning experience for all ages too! Miss Christy teaches the basic steps, a few at a time, slowly at first and progressively speeding it up for more of a challenge. In not time, your children will be DANCIN! Tap: At any age, learning to tap dance is lots of fun and great exercise, but for children ages 6 and up, it is also a wonderful way to develop coordination and balance, rhythm, speed, and to develop or improve timing, strength, and agility. Tap is the all-American form of musical theatre expression. Ballet: This program is structured just like a formal ballet class, featuring exercises at the barre, port-de-bras, center, and traveling moves. Whether learning, practicing, or just for plain fun, this is a program your future ballerina will watch over and over again because Christy makes ballet fun and easy!
At the Jazz Band Ball - Early Hot Jazz, Song and Dance
Norah Jones Live in New Orleans
Jump Into Jazz The Basics and Beyond for Jazz Dance Students
Written in an accessible, easy-to-read style, Jump into Jazz provides students with well-illustrated descriptions of all basic jazz steps and movements and valuable information on alignment, improvisation, injury prevention, nutrition and fitness, and history of jazz dance. Throughout the text, Movement Tips boxes help students with particularly challenging movements, and Precaution boxes help students utilize correct techniques and avoid injury.
Jazz Dance Class
Christy Lane's Jazz Dance Level 1 Beginning Video
Christy Lane's Jazz Dance Level 2 Low Intermediate
Christy Lane Jazz Dance Level 3: High Intermediate
Christy Lane's Jazz Dance Level 4: Advanced
Miss Christy's Dance Class: Jazz
At the Jazz Band Ball:
There's also the "Empress of the Blues," Bessie Smith, with her sorrow-song version of W.C. Handy's "St. Louis Blues." But Louis Armstrong, the first major jazz improviser and vocalist, is the prince of this era, as evidenced by his down-home trumpet solos, stage charisma, and gravel-like vocals on "I Cover the Waterfront," the fast and furious "Dinah" (as seen on Ken Burns's Jazz), and "Tiger Rag." Add the dapper Dorsey Bros. Band, the tap-dance wizardry of Bill "Bojangles" Robinson, and Ben Burnie's burning big band treatment of the Harlem Globetrotters' theme "Sweet Georgia Brown" and you know the exuberance and artistry of this brilliant chapter in American history.
Dance Instruction DVDs & Videos
Ballet Instruction & New York Ballet Workout
Dance Instruction for Children
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