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Camera Positions in Strictly Ballroom
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...Ballroom' Story Outline 'Strictly Ballroom' is the of an Australian Romantic Comedy, which was a play in 1986 and later made into a movie in 1992. The film was written and directed by Baz Luhrmann and the story revolves around a ballroom dancer, Scott Hastings. He belongs to a family that possesses a history of traditional ballroom dancing and is bequeathed with the same skills, which he tries to modify rather than yielding to the traditional steps endorsed by the traditional dancers. He faces umpteen amount of resistance and criticism. Evidently Ballroom Dancing... R.Preeti 18th April, 2007 Camera Positions in 'Strictly...
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Find a web site about a vernacular dance forms. It could be anything to do with ethnic, folk, ballroom, jazz, or tap dancing
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...ballroom dancing. It incorporates a wide variety of material in regards to this particular topic, everything from information on how to learn the dances, variations on the dances, how to do the basics of each dance, offers dancing lessons, has a shopping section, a classifieds section, a directory, and a forum, as well as a members area for the site itself. The learning sections are divided into the basics, including posture, foot positions, dance positions, spins and turns, and so on. Shopping is divided into videos, music, books, gift cards, and customer service... , the fonts, and the attempts at adding sparkles to the fonts just end up making it look tacky. The videos themselves attempt...
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Ballroom dancing classes (or any other dance style where both genders would be happy to take part in) improve balance (dynamic) and decrease falls incidents in healthy older adults
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...Ballroom Dance in Promoting Balance and Reducing Falls Incidences Ballroom Dance in Promoting Balance and Reducing Falls Incidences Introduction Keogh et al. (2009) defines dancing as a method of engaging people in physical activities to enable them enhances their health, bodily function, and well-being. Dance refers to a practice of physical activity, which permits focus since it encompasses numerous dancing styles and can remain performed in a number of physical settings that do not attract extra costs (Daniel et al. 2013). The process of ageing links to the physiological and physical changes that result into reduced levels of activities in older...
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FILM ESSAY
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...Ballroom Dancers. This weekend, I had the opportunity to watch director Marilyn Argrelo's award winning documentary film, Mad Hot Ballroom. The film is about a 10-week ballroom dance program for students of 5th grade of New York public schools. It deals with the coming of age kids who, in the process of learning various dance forms-meringues, rumba, tango, foxtrot and swing, warm up for life. The Ballroom dance grooms them to be refined gents and ladies, helps them explore their latent talent. "I think it is much more than a part of physical education. It's not at all just that. It is etiquette. It is knowledge of other cultures, It is life", believes... Coming of Age; Learning about Life: Mad Hot...
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Development of Harlem as a Cultural and Artistic Center for African Americans
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...Ballroom and The Cotton Club. The paper will finally discuss the religious and political leaders and movements whose effects were felt in Harlem. Harlem Renaissance Harlem Renaissance is a period of unprecedented artistic production... Development of Harlem as a Cultural and Artistic Center for African Americans Harlem is an African-American cultural, residential, and business center. It is situated in the neighborhood of New York City, Manhattan. It has been in existence since the 1920s when the African-Americans formally occupied it. This paper will discuss Harlem renaissance and its significant writers and artists. It will also explore the various locations and roles of jazz venues like Savoy,...
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Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin
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...ballroom competition and the cortisol secretion related to it. It arose from various studies and arguments on what caused higher HPA Axis stimulation. The background to the research was that human beings value social groups and that the body responds in a certain way in order to protect their social self. While some research argued that both physical and psychological stressors can lead to activation of the HPA axis, others argued that the psychological stressors are more pronounced and give profound results. Further arguments... ?Personality and social psychology bulleting Insert Grade Introduction This study was conducted in order to identify how individuals reacted to real-life threats by using a...
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Changes in Network Structure and Ownership of US Broadcast Television
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...Ballroom, the Wellington Ballroom and 12 other rooms, all having natural daylight and limited access. Situated in the heart of Mayfair and overlooking Hyde Park, this hotel has a health club and treatment Rooms. Guests enjoy free entry to the 'LivingWell Express Health Club' at the hotel... 1920's Themed Wedding Module 7th June 2007 Table of Content Introduction 2. Brief of the event 3. Venue selection process 4. Evaluationof cost 5. Site visit 6. Contractual obligations 7. Insurance requirements 8. Production on the day 9. Conclusion 10. Bibliography 1. Introduction The objective of this report is to describe how venues are selected, booked and managed for an event. This rep...
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SWOT Analysis
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...Ballroom with funding through mortgage, issue of convertible debt and its own funding, it becomes important to conduct a SWOT analysis of the company in order to ascertain where... ? Running head: SWOT ANALYSIS SWOT Analysis Sumptuous Cuisine Catering was established in 2005 to operate a catering kitchen and to provide specialized catering services and high end events in the Doeureville region. The company eventually specialized in event management with the provision of specific services such as space design and decor, floral designs, alcohol beverage service and music and DJs. In view of the fact that Sumptuous Cuisine Catering plans to expand its operations to a dedicated location called The Sumptuous...
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Sumptuous Cuisine Catering. SWOT Analysis
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...Ballroom with funding through mortgage, issue of convertible debt and its own funding, it becomes important to conduct a SWOT analysis of the company in order to ascertain where... ? Running head: SWOT ANALYSIS SWOT Analysis Sumptuous Cuisine Catering was established in 2005 to operate a catering kitchen and to provide specialized catering services and high end events in the Doeureville region. The company eventually specialized in event management with the provision of specific services such as space design and decor, floral designs, alcohol beverage service and music and DJs. In view of the fact that Sumptuous Cuisine Catering plans to expand its operations to a dedicated location called The Sumptuous...
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English Assignment
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...Ballroom and Save the Last Dance, it can be observed that the films have its similarities and differences. One of the most apparent... 3 April ic Dance Films: A Review Dance Films are forms of cinematography that uses songs, dance routines or combinations of it in to build the story line. The plot revolves around the lives of the main characters in relation with the dance irrespective of its genre. It also reveals how the activity affected the performance, perspective and character of the main characters (Dirks). Film reviews are essential for the audience to truly understand the meaning of the film and learn from it in the process. Looking into these three classic films: Dirty Dancing, Strictly...
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Event planning Part 2
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...Ballroom Calhoun Community College, Decatur campus http www.calhoun.edu/ Large open space for the dance area. Plenty of room for a live band or DJ A front patio for dining area. Massive clean up after the event. Only one exit and one entry way. $4000 Front Lawn, Downtown State Building http://www.decaturga.com/ Wide open space with view of the night sky. Large grassy area to set up tables and dance floor. Easy entry and exiting for pedestrian and automobile traffic. If raining will have to cancel event. Construction of stage will add more to cost of event. No restrooms. $8,000 Marina http://www.marinalife.com/reservations/9053... Locations Web Site Positives Negatives Estimated Cost Kelly...
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Shooting of Malcom X
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...ballroom in Washington Heights” under the headline, “Malcom X Shot to Death at Rally Here: Three Other Negroes Wounded - One is Held in Killing” (Kihss, 1965). The New York Times’ report on the assassination of Malcolm X can be considered as a stylistically presented unbiased description on the event. Use of the word “Negros” to describe the African American ethnicity has been accustomed that time. Details of the event including the time, venue, participants... Full Assassination of Malcolm X 04/March The New York Times reported on 22nd February1965, that “Malcom X the 39-year-old leader of a militant Black Nationalist movement was shot to death yesterday afternoon at a rally of his followers in a...
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SWOT Analysis
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...Ballroom Rental businesses. External and internal factors that may affect Catering and Ballroom Rental’s... Introduction It is a fact that no business enterprise has ever succeeded without critical consideration of SWOT analysis. Since 1950s, SWOT analysis has become a very accurate way of planning and ascertaining the strengths, weaknesses or limitations, opportunities and threats that characterize a business venture or project. Carrying out SWOT analysis involves specifying the objectives of the business venture and identifying the external and internal forces that are benevolent or malevolent to the business. The case of businesses which have thrived on SWOT analysis is inclusive of Catering and...
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Common Decency
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...Ballroom A. It may be possible that this customer might attempt to pass through narrow areas between tables and chairs and this may cause accidents in both the disabled person and the other guests. One suggestion for this scenario is to assist the disabled customer in getting into the function room and moving some tables and chairs so that this particular individual has enough space for freely move around the room. 2. The communication techniques used by the staff of the hotel, including those at the front desk... and at Ballroom A, were very courteous. Unfortunately, the general manager of the hotel was arrogant and disrespectful to the hotel guests. Potential conflict...
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Business Plan Evaluation
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...ballroom dance, jazz and hip-hop. Loco Loco Dance Club is being marketed through traditional means of distributing leaflets and other marketing channels in its target market. Reviewing back the business plan, its main weaknesses are in the area of control and financials. It did not incorporate any method of control and its financial statement lack projection of income statement. It does not also have statement of cash flow. Income statement is important because that is how we would know if the business is viable or not, or whether the business is making or losing money. Cash... Teacher Loco Loco Dance Club does not sell any product but instead provides service in teaching break dance, belly and...
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Hotel project
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...ballroom and casino activities will share the front space with the hotel’s loggias and terraces Lower floor plan First upper floor plan, showing the open courtyards, and the guest rooms located around the courtyards Main floor plan, showing the entry court, ballroom, lobby, courtyards and guest rooms Cross section of the hotel Cross section of the hotel Cross section of the hotel View of the hotel’s entry court References Double tree hotels suits resorts Wichita Kansas Directions and Transportation. Retrieved from http://www.doubletree.com/en/dt/hotels/directions.jhtml?ctyhocn=MCIMSDT... Project . Project timeline This will include the time from acquisition of the property and the franchise to the...
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Shall we dance
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...ballroom dancing through a number of shows... Task Shall we dance? Beverly and Tang are former champions in the North American dance and have a business idea to take advantage of the baby boomers who love dancing. The baby boomers are the people born amid 1946 and 1964 and constitute about a third of Canada’s current population (Griffin 584). The baby boomers control around 55 percent of Canada’s income earnings. Just like any other entrepreneurs, Beverly and Tang have taken the chance or business opportunity to try to get some inflows from this demographic crowd. Beverly and Tang idea has seen a brighter future since the television has tried to create an impression that the population is in need of...
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Malcom X
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...Ballroom where he prepared to deliver his speech. Early life Malcolm X was the fourth child out of the eight born to Earl Little, the preacher and Louise Little, a homemaker. Earl Little was an active and dedicated member of Universal Negro Improvement Association (UNIA) and a great follower of Marcus Garvey then, the leader of black nationalists. Due to his... Malcolm X Introduction Malcolm X the activist also known as Malcolm Little or El-Hajj Malik El-Shabazz was born in Omaha, Nebraska on the 19th May, 1925. He was a prominent and outspoken nationalist leader of the Black Muslim Faith. Between 1950s and 1960s, he became the spokesman of the Nation of Islam and under his leadership was able to...
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Argument
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...Ballroom dancing requires perfect timing and skill similar to what we also require in life in general. It is a universal theme in which dancing is applied, that we do not step on each other’s... Master Harold and the Boys 04 March Introduction People can live in harmony if they want to. This is the very essence of the refreshing contemporary drama entitled “Master Harold”…. and the Boys by playwright Athol Fugard. If we take into account the setting of play, South Africa in the height of its apartheid in 1950, all three main characters in the play can be understood within that cultural and political context. This is a metaphor of what ails society at large and the wonderful possibilities when a person...
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Job Fair Brochure and Paper
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...Ballroom, the profit margins have improved, sales increased and operating expenses have be reduced from 45% to 40%. Size/Growth – its effect and how management perceives it: Two staff accounts managers work under the company founder Rudy Electrum, each one handling a portfolio of clients. But positive aspect of being of small size is that company is more organic and lenient. The employees know each other very well and trust in each other. Vision/Mission Statement – What it says about the firm, and how management works toward it: There is no vision as such communicated by the management and CEO of the company but still employees have a dream of making Sumptuous Cuisine Cataering... ? Job Fair Brochure and ...
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Characteristics of the Movie The Shinning
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...ballroom with the boozy gold and warm (King 289). The pure white floor and ceiling in the washrooms accentuate the scary crimson walls. The composition and design of the movie is best highlighted at the manager’s room where Jack goes through an interview. The office is a typical 1970s office, with salmon-colored walls full with framed pictures. The office is completely different from the evil-looking washroom and the supernatural ballroom. From the set design of the office scene, it is evident that the designer took... Mise En Scene characteristics in the Shinning The movie “Shinning” is a scary horror movie produced in 1980. Among the most interesting part of the movie is when Danny, the son in the...
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The Plaza Hotel At New York City
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...ballroom. However, on its re-opening in 2007, it had 282 guestrooms and 181 apartments (Turkel, 2010). This hotel is also associated with historical events in the New York. For instance, important political meetings in history were held at the Plaza Hotel... The Plaza Hotel 7th, December The Plaza Hotel is a big, luxurious hotel located in New York. This is one of the oldest hotels in New York, as it was founded back in 1907, on the first day of October. Today, a Saudi Arabian based corporation of Elad Properties and Kingdom Holdings owns the hotel. However, the Fairmont Hotels and Resorts have been managing this hotel since 1999. The Plaza Hotel was the original project of Bernhard Beinecke, a...
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Buckingham Palace:a historical landmark
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...Ballroom was added as she found that there was no room large enough to entertain guests. The ballroom that is 122 feet in length, 60 feet in width, 45 feet in height, was where she held investitures, state banquets, diplomatic receptions, memorial concerts... Adam Tyler Mr. Lathrom Social Studies 30 April 2008 Buckingham Palace: A Historical Landmark Introduction Being very rich in art and history, Buckingham palace, originally known as Buckingham House, remains one of the most visited tourist spots in London (Royal Residences 555). Apart from this, Buckingham palace, to date, may be considered as one of the most well-known and most beautiful functioning royal places in the world. It also known for...
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Italian Film Studies
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...ballroom sequence at the end of the movie illustrates the prowess of Visconti as a director (Landi 156). This scene is beautifully shot, to say the least; the scene captures the Prince’s melancholic face and posture. His decisions during the movie hit him during this scene. He realizes that the Italian aristocratic tradition of crossbreeding results in the fall their class. Crossbreeding, according to him, does not result into purified and noble class. The practice leads to slovenly and ignoble children characterized by his daughter Concetta. During his dance with Angelica, her angelic beauty quells the Prince’s... Italian Film Studies The Leopard, or II Gattopardo, is an Italian film adapted from a...
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Reflection paper for a dance class (2 pages) about a movie dance take the land
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...ballroom dancer, who decides to give his students an opportunity to bring out... full November 3, Reflection The movie ‘Take the Lead’ is the story of a dance teacher, Pierre Dulaine, who teaches dance to a group of problem students of the New York public school system, with the intention to teach them team spirit, confidence, dignity, and trust. Pierre has to fight against the ignorance and prejudice he observed in the students, teachers and parents. Initially, his tastes are in stark conflict with that of his students’, but finally they work together to create a totally new kind of dance style. This paper is a personal reflection on the movie. The story is based on a true anecdote of a ballroom dance...
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Josephs Life Story
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...ballroom dancing. Consequently, the toddler stage experiences would increase Joseph’s self-identity and confidence in life especially in handling personal decisions. He would make informed decisions mainly aimed at personal wellness as he trusts in his abilities. A negative impact on Joseph’s wellness could be remedied through helping him believe in other individuals’ confidence and abilities. Such remedy would help him trust in contrary believes (Broderick & Blewitt, 2015). Early Childhood Joseph’s mother always rewarded excellent behavior and punished irresponsiveness. Consequently... Joseph’s Life Story Joseph’s Life Story Toddlerhood In toddler stage, Joseph experienced immense love from both his ...
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Professional communication High School Essay
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...ballroom. Immediately after the Presidents address, the company's main exhibit will be opened on the convention floor. You are invited to participate in its opening, so that in the following days you can revisit the already familiar exhibit with some specific interests that you may develop during the workshops. We have tried to organize the conference in such a way that you will have free time for visiting interesting sights in our city. From our part we would recommend visiting city art gallery... Dear Guest, "Fiber Optic Inc." is greatly pleased to greet you as a honorable visitor of the international conference on fiber optic technology that our company is sponsoring. We really hope that this...
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Press Release on Bhp Billiton Issue
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...Ballroom. Company executives and stock holders from both companies are expected to be in attendance. Appearing together before the press at the national headquarters of Bhp Billiton in Melbrourne, Victoria, Nasser disclosed that ”the take-over is happening at the most opportune time for his company asour board of directors and stockholders have long been looking... Media Release Number 08 18 August Embargo For Immediate Release Bhp Billiton Set to Take-Over Woodside Petroleum Bhp Billiton Chairman Jacques Nasser has recently announced that Bhp Billiton is set to close the deal on the take over of Woodside Petroleum at a grand celebration this coming Friday at 4 p.m at the Sofitel Australia Grand...
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WK 4 PERCEPTION KEY
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...ballroom and square dancing appeal to the old because of the techniques associated with them, which is loud music and the acrobatics and speed associated with rock and break dance. The moderate nature of country dance and its basic subject matter of narrative and state of mind. References Martin, F. D., & Jacobus, L. A. (1978). The humanities through the arts (2nd ed.). New York: McGraw-Hill.... WK 4 PERCEPTION KEY WK 4 Perception Key Part I Perception Key “Swing Low, Sweet Chariot” In comparison or proportion to the other notes used in the composition, the F note has been mostly used especially in the center and towards the end of the composition. With respect to the recurrence of the note F, it is...
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Answer 11 questionsthis is not an essay
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...ballroom cha-cha (Andrews 7). 3. The rumba music started in Cuba as an integration of many musical practices. Rumba in Cuba is played through both the triple-pulse and the double-pulse structures (Andrews 3). Rumba is rhythmically played using the five-stroke system referred to as clave. The current types of rumba are; Columbia, yambu and guaguanco. The three rumba types are unique, due to different choreography. 4. Samba refers to a Brazilian dance. The dance style originated in Brazil; however, it has... Lecturer Latin American Music The Latin music has certain basic elements. The music comprises styles and rhythms which relate or originate from Latin America. The Latin music has significant...
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Misconceptions is Ruining the Marriage Rules
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...ballroom dancing. Huge predisposition to polygamy awaits each other on each side of the social interest. For example, in the present time, usually attractive, young ladies are assigned to carry umbrellas for golfers. On the other hand, ballroom dance instructors for females are usually attractive, young males. The image of a family gathering on a weekend has been replaced by individual desires, whims, and caprices besides... Order 285873 & Number Fact: "If ye fear that ye shall not Be able to deal justly With the orphans, Marry women of your choice, Two, or three, or four; But if ye fear that ye shall not Be able to deal justly(with them), then only one, or (a captive) That you...
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Non-fiction essay about a London location below or above ground that has significance. Include detailed description about sights, sounds, smells, and emotions a
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...ballroom (‘Russell Square’ Wikipedia.org, 2007) of the massive eight storey terracotta coloured Hotel Russell. The University of London, having a huge populace of 125,000 students (Londonlogue.com, 2006), is located in its west. The School of Oriental & African Studies that is affiliated to the University of London is located in the northwest of the Square, in the building that once housed T.S. Eliot. The Huron... NON-FICTION ESSAY Russell Square ranks as one of London’s most prominent locations. It is a big square in Bloomsbury, bound to the right by Woburn Place and to the southeast by Southampton Row (‘Russell Square’ Wikipedia.org, 2007). Russell Square is famous for many reasons. First of all, Ru...
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Punjabis Folk Dance Bhangra
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...ballroom dance is also popular in the whole world but it is more entertaining. It is also a dance for the elites while Bhangra... Punjabis Folk Dance Bhangra Introduction The bhangra dance originated in Punjab region as a dance conducted by Punjabi Sikh farmers on the coming of the harvest season. The basis of the dance is from Punjabi folk, drum, folk singing and iktar, the tumbi and the chimta, a single-stringed instrument. Bolis are small accompanying songs which are couplets written in Punjabi language (Chaudhary 11). In provision of the main beat in Punjabi folk music, the dholki which is a smaller cousin of the dhol was used. The research is aimed at examining the survival of Bhangra dance form in ...
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Jazz history
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...ballroom dancing group named the Castles. Europe’s musical accompaniments to the Castle’s ballroom dancing helped break racial barriers within the United States and Europe, and their recordings by the Victor label made them, along with the Original Dixieland Jazz Band’s works, some of the earliest known jazz recordings.4 Original Dixieland Jazz Band – ‘Tiger Rag’ (1917) No comprehensive history of early... Early Jazz 1900-1930 Buddy Bolden and Willy Cornish – ‘Funky Butt’ (between 1900-1907) Buddy Bolden’s contribution to jazz is as one of the earlyragtime musicians. He was a cornetist who formed his first band as early as 1895. The early date of the band’s formation has led many historians to deem...
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History of Jazz and Dance
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...Ballroom in 1926 opened in Harlem. Duke Ellington’s band Became the ‘house band’ of the Cotton Club. The Savoy featured Jazz artists like Bennie Goodman, Charlie Parker and Thelonious Monk. Most of the well known Jazz artists later introduced new styles... 1 The 1920s ushered in a new era known as The Roaring Twenties, fueled by a new prosperity in the United s. During this decade unemployment dropped and the “Illiteracy rate reached a new low of 6% of the population” (Whitley, online). With prosperity came a revived interest in entertainment, particularly in music and dance. As Jazz music became more popular, new dances such as the Shimy, Lindy Hop and Charleston were introduced. Tradition...
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The origins of modern dance
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...ballroom dances and merged folk dances from Asia, the Caribbean... THE ORIGINS OF MODERN DANCE The origins of modern dance June 23, 2009 Origins of Modern Dance Modern Dance as a practice an discipline was first conceived by two female ballerinas from USA. Ruth St Denis and Isadora Duncan. The three ballerinas took to modern dance as a form of protest against the classical ballet dance form that placed heavy emphasis on rigid structures, elaborate dresses with pointed shoes. Modern dance on the other hand can be performed with bare feet, without any formal apparel, and to any kind of tune, song or beat. It is a freeform art and the dancer could relay the mood of the story. It borrowed from ballet and...
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The cultural ideology of Victorian America
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...ballroom dances are Waltz dance and Polka dance. The waltz dance originated in Germany, moved to France, England then United States. In the 19th century, it was the most common couple dancing style. Waltz dance was related to the romantic nature of the 19th century. Another notable dancing was the polka dancing style, a folk dance which originated from Bohemia, passed in France, England then the United States. In the United states there were different types of polka dancing styles, Polish-style polka, Slovenian-style polka and Dutchman style. Later, most artists in North America started combining polka with rock Women at this time were separated... The cultural ideology of Victorian America Dancing in...
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Dance
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...ballroom dancing, once the activity of aristocracy, became popular among masses Christine Loma is of the view that existing theatrical aesthetic ignores the social context of dance; the existing aesthetic gives importance to form and content. She refutes the common theory of aesthetic and instead brings out the more ‘appropriate aesthetic’, as she suggests, which emphasizes context and intent instead of form and content. To her the role of community dance... Dance as community experience DANCE little baby, dance up high, Never mind baby, mother is by; Crow and caper, caper and crow, There little baby, there you go; Up to the ceiling, down to the ground, Backwards and forwards, round and round; Dance littl...
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Comapare how relationships are presented in Before you were mine and Anne Hathaway by Carol Ann Duffy
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...ballroom. The period is the same of single-hood of the mother without the poetess Duffy. She says that she does not exist in the poem not even in her mind. The chances of meeting someone at the ball were bright with her mother: In the ballroom, with the thousand eyes (Duffy, 1993. L 5) In this way, we can say that Duffy ironically describes her mother enjoying moments of happiness without the existence of the poetess. In the third stanza, Duffy is shown playing with her mother’s... ? Carol Ann Duffy And Relationships. Introduction: Carol Ann Duffy is a famous poet of British origin. She is not only a poet but also a well-known playwright of the modern times. Carol has performed in some of the leading...
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The differences of social dance between east coast and west coast
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...Ballroom Dance Lessons in Atlanta." Ballroom Dance Clubs of Atlanta. 24 Aug. 2011. Web. 1 June 2015. Plasticlittleraps. "History of Rap Music." Plasticlittleraps. N.p., n.d. Web. 1 June 2015. Strong, Mike. "East and West Coast Swing Very Briefly." KCDance Home Page. Kansas City Social Dance, 1999. Web. 1 June 2015.  ... The differences of social dance between east coast and west coast‏ The serene flow of music and the lyrics encapsulate the tired and stressful minds momentarily. With the changing trends, the music has also evolved and has passed through many experiments. The musicians realizing the dire need of time have completely changed the compositions and have presented to the audience a form that ...
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Cartoon Analysis Project
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...ballroom where she accidentally leaves her glass slipper. The Prince’s love for Cinderella leads to a wide search for the woman whose foot would fit the glass slipper. Despite efforts by Cinderella’s stepmother to prevent her from engaging in the fitting exercise, she finally fits on the glass slipper which fits her perfectly confirming her... Cartoon Analysis Project Cartoons are two or three-dimensional visual arts that depict various life forms like animals, people, the environment and manmade features. Cartoons are meant for entertained especially for young children, adolescents and even adults in some contexts. Cartoons represent an art form that seeks to further artistic expression that is...
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Citationland
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...ballroom. Four. Five. Six. As she ran down the palace steps one of her glass slippers fell off. Seven. Eight. Nine. She ran on toward the golden coach. Ten Eleven Twelve. Then there was Cinderella in her old dress. The golden pumpkin lay in her feet. And scampering down off down the road were six grey mice, a whiskered rat and six green lizards. So Cinderella had to walk home and by the time the ugly sisters returned home was sitting quietly by the fire. Now when Cinderella ran from the palace, the prince tried to follow her and he found the glass slipper. He said, "I shall marry7 the beautiful girl whose foot fits this slipper and only her. IN the morning... June 21, From Simple Female Virtues to...
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Opening a restaurant
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...Ballroom: Ballroom rentals for half-day or full-day time spans and Space rental with a per-head full-service catering fee or as a fee separate from catering and beverage (Milton 12). Justification of business opportunity According to a survey done, there is a large unexpected demand for the dining services in the area therefore starting of the business would not only generate much more profit but also meet the craving local client’s needs (Jacquelyn 5). Prosperity of the restaurant is quite evident since its... Business Marketing Plan and number Content Executive summary Introduction 2 Business 2 Business location 2 Business ownership 2 Mission statements 3 Industry 3 Product and services 3 Justification ...
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ENG TOPIC IN LITERATURE DB 3
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...ballroom had been booked for the occasion. Father wanted us to attend, though grandmother was not feeling well. Since all the families attended, he did not want us to be absent on the occasion. He asked his sister, my aunt who lived some distance away with her family, to stay with grandmother and attend to her needs, when we would be away for the evening. The old lady quite looked forward to a chatty evening with her daughter, who agreed to the request. So mother and I had no choice but to accompany father... ENGLISH TOPIC IN LITERATURE DB 3 CHRISTMAS GET-TOGETHER From the outset, I would like to say that I was not keen to attend the get-together at Father’s work place. I had met some of Dad’s...
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Music
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...Ballroom, one of the dance halls in Harlem, Lindy Hop was born during Swing Era as people danced to the music of Big Bands. Lindy hop is a member of swing dance category. Basically, majority of swing dances originated in African... What is a standard? Musical standards are popular and undying songs from different genres that continue to exist in the present. Standards are musical compositions which are considered to be very essential to musical repertoire. These songs, despite its age, are still famous and considered to be important and essential musical pieces of today. Musicians and singers made different renditions and versions of these standard songs with the purpose of reviving their importance from ...
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English literature on poetry
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...ballroom with the thousand eyes’: it gives the impression as though all the eyes were on her future mother. She envisions how her mother must have danced, and can comprehend that if the right person walked her house, she would have been in a daydream the next day: ‘those fizzy, movie tomorrows’ juggle up the miraculous feeling flawlessly. The daughter also knows that her grandmother would have been waiting with a thrashing if her mother was behind schedule home, but that this would have been... ?Activity Before you were mine” is a lovely poem by Carol Ann Duffy about a daughter that narrates how her mother’s life must have been ten years before she was born. The first line to begin with seems a little...
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Classification and division essay
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...ballroom dancing. Other types of performing arts include singing, juggling, doing magic tricks, and acting in theater. Another... The list is composed of the following: hobbies, diets, vertebrates, and hypertension. The first category is hobbies which is defined as activity done during recreational time. The second category is type of diets which has many classifications; however, five examples will only be cited due to limited space. The five examples are the most popular diets among American people which have resulted to a lot of following from celebrities to people with health conditions. The third list is composed of the five type of vertebrates. Vertebrates are animals that have a backbone or...
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Personal Interview
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...Ballroom dancing is her passion which she has been pursuing for the last ten years. Her physique exudes the grace of a dancer yet in a tough world of finances. The dancing helper her overcome smoking when... An Interview with Anne Pepe-Haeussler Last week, I was able to interview a very dynamic woman who is currently the Vice President of Credit Suisse. The subject has worked for the company for past one and a half year, but prior that, she worked for Lehmann Brothers for 25 years. She is an Accounting Graduate from Rutgers University, married for 15 years but has no children of her own. She has a stepdaughter and two cats. The interview took place in her plush and spacious office with a view of...
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Aaron Douglas The Father of Black American Art
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...Ballroom. At the end... _________ ID: _____ ID: _____ Aaron Douglas - The Father of Black American Art Aaron Douglas is among the few pioneers of "Harlem Renaissance" who not only participated in the movement but also give the movement a new direction towards "Black Arts" escorted to black awareness. He was one of the most successful painters of Harlem whose innovative style is still viewed as a powerful symbolic expression among other African Americans. He was an artist who not only extended the boundaries drawn by previous painters, in favour of African writers but also created portrayals of the African-American experience that recognized its history in African heritage. His paintings never need words ...
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...ballroom where the dinner was supposed to be held. I burst in at the entrance, to see her, my best friend being given a standing ovation while the Dean said “We thank Ms. Aliya for delivering the freshmen’s toast tonight! And now moving on with the program I would like to call upon…..” People ask me why I have don’t let people in, why am so closed off. I don’t answer. How do I describe the emotion of betrayal? How it feels like being left alone in the middle of the desert without water or warmth. How its takes away all that is good within you and leaves you hollow? I just don’t answer.... My story Number] I still remember, clearly, how perfectly the day had started out. I had woken up with a smile on my ...
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