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  1. Lindy hop — Wikipédia

    Le lindy hop met l'accent sur la communication entre partenaires, le mouvement qui a pour conséquence la "connexion", sensation de tension musculaire entre le danseur et la danseuse. La connexion permet au cavalier de faire effectuer à la cavalière diverses variations, modifications des pas de la danseuse ou de ses déplacements.

  2. Lindy hop moved off-shore in the 1930s and 40s, again in films and news reels, but also with American troops stationed overseas, particularly in the United Kingdom, Canada, Australia, New Zealand, and other Allied nations. Although Lindy hop and jazz were banned in Nazi Germany, both were popular in other European countries during this period.

  3. Talk:History of Lindy Hop - Wikipedia

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  4. Lindy hop – Wikipedia, wolna encyklopedia

    Lindy hop często jest tańczony szerokiego spektrum gatunków muzycznych, poza swingiem to jest jazz, blues, gypsy jazz, rhythm and blues, soul, hip hop a także rockabilly i country. Lindy hop historycznie jest związany z takimi artystami jak Duke Ellington, Count Basie, Ella Fitzgerald, Benny Goodman, Chick Webb, Lionel Hampton i inni.

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  6. Jack and Jill (dance) - Wikipedia

    In the US, Jack & Jill contests are extremely popular in the national West Coast Swing and Lindy Hop communities. Rules vary in events across the country but three rules seem to be standard in most Jack & Jill contests: 1) no choreography is allowed, 2) no costumes are allowed, and 3) no lifts or drops are allowed.

  7. Lindy-hop - Viquipèdia, l'enciclopèdia lliure

    El lindy-hop també va evolucionar donant lloc a diferents balls i estils de swing, com per exemple el jive o el bugui-bugui. Aquestes i altres modalitats de ball, més de moda, van eclipsar el lindy-hop, que pràcticament va desaparèixer. Als anys vuitanta, paral·lelament als Estats Units i a Europa, va començar la recuperació d'aquest ball.

  8. Swing music - Wikipedia

    Swing dancing originated in the late 1920s as the "Lindy Hop," and would later incorporate other styles including The Suzie Q, Truckin', Peckin' Jive, The Big Apple, and The Shag in various combinations of moves. A subculture of jitterbuggers, sometimes growing quite competitive, congregated around ballrooms that featured hot swing music.

  9. What is Lindy Hop? - Dancing

    Lindy Hop, also known as Jitterbug, is the authentic Afro-Euro-American Swing dance. It is an unabashedly joyful dance, with a solid, flowing style that closely reflects its music -- from the late 20's hot Jazz to the early 40's Big Bands. Just as Jazz combines European and African musical origins, Lindy Hop draws on African and European dance ...

  10. Lindy Hop JnJ Finals. MXDC 2018 - YouTube

    Live music is performed by Hot Engines Band featuring Valeriy Kiselev. Special thanks to Ilya Latyshev for mastering the audio.Moscow Christmas Swing Dance C...

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