Ballroom Dancing Instruction
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Programs that provide classes or individual lessons for people who want to learn or perfect their skills in the fox trot, waltz, rumba, samba, cha-cha, tango, two-step and other traditional social dances of this form. Included is instruction in round dancing, i.e., choreographed ballroom dancing with all couples dancing the same figures around the floor at the same time. Routines have been choreographed for specific pieces of music and are danced whenever that music is played regardless of where that occurs. A "cuer" is used to call out the name of each figure in the routine just before it is to be executed so dancers do not need to memorize the patterns involved in different routines.
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