O body swayed to music, O brightening glance, How can we know the dancer from the dance? How do you tell a person in another place or time what a dance looks like, and how it should be performed? You could use words, describing, second by second, the movements made by every dancer on stage—but inaccuracies would creep in. As an algebraic vector? The problem is that a dance is read by a human, not a machine. What about images, then?
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How to Choreograph a Dance: 11 Steps (with Pictures) - wikiHow
Are you wondering how to choreograph a dance routine? Or if you even can??? Choreographing isn't just for professional dancers with tons of clout. It's a skill that anyone can learn with a little practice and inspiration. Not sure how to start? Just follow this handy 6-step guide and start creating! Sometimes, you hear a song for the first time and you know , y ou just KNOW, that it's the one.
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Last Updated: March 11, References Approved. This article was co-authored by Jean Franco Vergaray. Jean Franco is also the owner of Salsa In Queens, a community, dance-oriented studio for beginners and experienced dancers alike, based in Queens, New York City.