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Frank Sinatra

Summary: For my dance report, I saw a dance piece that was choreographed to music by Frank Sinatra. It was a movie that was separated into four parts, with ballet, contemporary dancing, stage dancing and ballroom dancing. Each had a different meaning.
For my dance report, I saw a dance piece that was choreographed to music by Frank Sinatra. It was a movie that was separated into four parts, each having a different meaning.

The piece had various styles of dance throughout. There was some ballet involved, when the girl dancer did all of the different flips and jumps in the air with her partner and the dance was more of a graceful flow. This time of the dance was more soft and looked as if they were expressing a time of happiness in the dancer's lives. There was also jazz, when they both did intricate footwork and the dance was choreographed more abruptly with sharper moves and less flow. This time in the pieces seemed to be at a less calm and happy point between the two dancers.

All of the pieces throughout the movie were very good but...

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