step dance


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step dance

n.
Any of several traditional dances with complicated footwork, such as clogging or tapping, and often with limited movement of the upper body.

step′-dance′ v.
step′-danc′er n.

step dance

n
(Dancing) a dance in which a display of steps is more important than gesture or posture, esp a solo dance
References in classic literature ?
In part it was a modest CANCAN, in part a step dance, in part a skirt-dance (so far as my tail-coat permitted), and in part original.
We shook hands, and I was holding myself with difficulty from breaking into a step dance of joy when he came back, striding all the length of the verandah, and said doubtfully:
Rhythm of the Dance" has heralded a new era in Irish entertainment, internationally rated as one of the most popular Irish step dance shows in the world.
Strictly Coventry 2015 - organised by Dancing Feet, Coventry, and the Step by Step Dance School - saw nine male and nine female volunteers, including June Picken, take part with each participant committed to raising a minimum of PS500.
IRISH culture takes centre stage in Billingham on Sunday night when a rousing step dance show heads for the Forum Theatre.
For hoofers interested in taking step dance and the style it's based on, gumboot dance, look no further than Jakari Sherman's classes.
Intimate and playful, Out of Time is both an unsentimental homage to Irish step dance, and a bold investigation of Dunne's personal and artistic relationship with a tradition that has shaped his life.
Each of the squads performed before three dance judges, including Maria Katzi of 2 Step Dance, Emma Richards of Richards School of Dance and professional young dancer Elliot Bodman, who has performed for Beyonce, Cheryl Cole and JLS.
Yogen, the director of LA based Bollywood Step Dance, presents a Bollywood show nightly at Disney California Adventure Park through July 5th; a first for Disney.
Solo step dance under 25: Anest Bryn Jones, Penisarwaun.
Choosing competitors from many different nationalities and professions, all are tremendously excited about being coached by professionally-trained dance instructors Jackie Sweed and Simon Zoghbi from Dubai-based Step By Step Dance School.
As much as the influence of "Riverdance" resonates in Newfoundland and Labrador in 2008, it is by no means its earliest or longest-standing form of step dance.