Dance, A Universal Language

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Dance, A Universal Language

Dance is another form of communication that’s considered a universal language. Much like learning English as an international language (bakırköy ingilizce kursu), dance is a language that goes beyond culture and species. In the animal and insect kingdom, gestures are a form of dance moves used to attract the opposite sex. And just like any other mammals, even the early humans communicate through body language even before languages were first introduced. Dance is part of any culture in the world and it is among the longest form of communication that we know today.

Regardless of the genre, dancers tell a story through the different movements they make with their bodies.

The Hip Hop Dance

Hip-hop dance as we know today rooted from the inner parts of New York City. It had been first known in the 1960s. Hip-hop dance gave the youth a purpose from which they stayed away from the notorious street life of the 60s which was filled with rage, anger, and rebellious acts. Hip-hop dance served as an inspiration among the youth to publicize the African-American culture. Now black, white and Asian children, young people of various races, can dance to make friends in the streets of New York, Tokyo club and Paris park.

The Classical Ballet

Ballet specifically started in the Renaissance court for noble cultures but quickly spread to France, then to Europe and to the rest of the world. Ballet is a classical dance form that’s been introduced around the world but not yet widely accepted. Nonetheless, everyone has the ability to learn and take pleasure in the splendor of this form of dance. Its elegance, accuracy, and intensity enable you to express purposeful communications in a persuasive way from sociopolitical concerns like war and peace to past and present human conditions. Like several other dance styles, ballet communicates emotions that dancers and so as its viewers can connect with and appreciate.

No matter where we come from, what dialect we speak, we all find commonality through dancing. Dance promotes relationship and rapport by tearing down boundaries. It is complicated to go into detail, however, it could be felt clearly by everyone. Dance cannot treat sickness, unwellness, or a malady, end famine, or bring peace. Dance, however, can bring hope and joy that everyone can relate with regardless of race and status.