Analysis of Bhangra Dance, Doundoumba Dance and Chines Fan Dance

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Introduction: Dancing is one of the most creative art forms that many people enjoy watching. We live in a world full of diversity. This is one of the most beautiful things. It is the fact that we do not see the same thing everywhere we turn. Every dance around the world has a unique story to tell through its music, movements, and lyrics. One can find similarities amongst different dances. Today I will be describing and analyzing three different dance forms using the Feldman Model. These dance forms are Bhangra from India, Doundoumba from West Africa, and Chinese Fan Dance from China.
Identification and Description: The Bhangra dance style visually seemed to be a celebratory dance. Throughout the dance, performers maintained joyful
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Introduction: Dancing is one of the most creative art forms that many people enjoy watching. We live in a world full of diversity. This is one of the most beautiful things. It is the fact that we do not see the same thing everywhere we turn. Every dance around the world has a unique story to tell through its music, movements, and lyrics. One can find similarities amongst different dances. Today I will be describing and analyzing three different dance forms using the Feldman Model. These dance forms are Bhangra from India, Doundoumba from West Africa, and Chinese Fan Dance from China.
Identification and Description: The Bhangra dance style visually seemed to be a celebratory dance. Throughout the dance, performers maintained joyful expressions. The music consisted of drum beats and male and female vocals. Similarly, the music for the Doundoumba dance style had continuous drum beats. On the contrary, there were no vocals, just music. The male dancers exhibited tough expressions. Visually, the Chinese fan dance was tranquil. It was different from Bhangra and Doundoumba. The music was composed using string instruments. Female vocals were incorporated with the music. Costumes worn by Bhangra dancers were bright blue for the guys and hot pink for the girls. Guys had on a headpiece that looked like a fan. A scarf was draped over the girls’ hair. The Doundoumba costumes for the men were minimal, as they had no shirts on. They wore what looked like a small float around their

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