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    The “swing” era consisted of interesting dances, including the Lindy Hop (Savoy Night life). These dances primarily differed from those of Latin Dance, such as the Rumba, Samba and Mambo, but do have some similarities as well. Here are some of the observations and comparisons I have made after watching the videos on these dances. In the Lindy Hop, I noticed the dancing to be representative of primarily men in the beginning of the dance. Later on, women did come into the dance to join the man. The

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    One in particular that has interested me the most is swing dance. With family member involvement in the past and having multiple friends take part in the Swing Dance Club here on the Wayne State University Campus for pleasure, enjoyment and social interaction has made me want to go more in depth about it. With the help from academic sources and knowledge from class lectures I will be researching the history of swing dancing, the forms of swing dancing, and what gender roles take place within these

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    Swing Music During the nineteen thirties and nineteen forties a certain style of music became very popular. This style of music became known as "swing". It was performed using rhythmic 'riffs' and is referred to a style of dance and band arrangements. America maintained swing's popularity throughout the World War Two years when both large and small ensembles toured Army and Navy camps both at home and abroad. At home, swing was heard at bond sale rallies and community concerts. The new sub-culture

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    eventually evolve into what swing dance is today. In the early 20's and 30's there was the Lindy Hop, Balboa, Shag and the Charleston. Some of these dance forms such as the Lindy Hop and the Charleston started as an eight count done in four steps then it evolved in the 1930's to an eight count with 10 steps. During this time swing dance had some substantial changes due to music and regional influences.   At the start of the 40's the era of "Big Bands" became very popular and swing dance was easily adapted

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    Title: best swing sets for toddlers Every child wants a swing set in his or her own backyard, no matter what age he or she is. Going to the playground is fun, but it 's not the same thing as having swings in your own backyard. Your children will great memories of their childhoods if they have their own swing set in the backyard. If you 're looking for a great swing set for your kids to play on, we 've got some great ones for you to choose from. It can be tricky finding the perfect swing set for your

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    A front swing is an asset to any home as some realtors believe owning one sells a house faster. Have a wooden swing brings out the enjoyment of being a kid again and swinging. It is also a great place for relaxing after a meal or coming home from a hard days work. Most homes that are built these days do have front porches but I have noticed that some builders are bringing them back. Even if we do not have a front porch we can hang a swing from a strong and durable patio cover or strong large tree

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    Wooden Swing Co. Proudly serving the Dallas area for nearly four decades, this locally owned and operated business offers gorgeous redwood and cedar playsets, as well as a variety of playground accessories to maximize backyard fun for your children. When you want to take playtime to the next level, the friendly and knowledgeable sales professionals will walk you through their vast selection of playsets until you find one that is a perfect match for your kids and your budget. Wooden Swing Co. is

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    Rope Swing ¨I´ll kick your teeth in¨ were the words that echoed through all of our minds after we we ran for our lives. Okay maybe not our lives but it was still a very intense situation. It was a warm day in August and a majority of the football team attended the annual CI ranger summer mini camp. It was very hot and humid and we weren't used to wearing football pads, so we were very hot and sweaty. As the first day of minicamp wound down Noah asked us, ¨Do you guys want to go to the rope swing

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    The swing era was vast and equally varietal. From Benny Goodman to Chick Webb or Artie Shaw each had their individual 'sound'. Moreover, this separated them and gave them their own appeal to the masses. However, The swing era occurred at a time when racism and prejudice still had a strong foothold in public eye. While playing swing did allow a member of a minority to have some freedom from this prejudice, they still could not expect the same treatment as the white players. In The Swing Era:

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    The definition of swing dance can be described as a synchronized dance with jazz music that have a related variety of partnered dances which includes Lindy Hop, West Coast Swing, and Smooth Lindy. Swing dance is a type of social dance that was created sometime during 1920 to 1950. It is a dance that is associated with Jazz which is a type of music that can be seen having influence from Africa but was created and spread in the United States during the Harlem Renaissance. The Harlem Renaissance took

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