WHY WE DANCE...things that really stirs us

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  1. Susan Lynne Schwenger

    Susan Lynne Schwenger The Final Synthesis - isbn 978-0-9939480-0-8 Staff Member

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    "There will come a time,
    a great time,
    when you will start to feel
    when you will start to realize
    when you will start to see
    when you will start to sense
    when you will start to taste
    when you will start to touch
    the magic in others,
    and, as, you start to feel this
    and, as, you start to realize this
    and, as, you start to see this
    and, as, you start to sense this
    and, as, you start to taste this
    and, as, you start to touch this
    YOU WiLL BEGiN TO KNOW
    to REALLY KNOW
    THE MAGiC of YOU...
    this is THE POWER of
    THE REALiZATION of THE SELF "
    When you see this others,
    you will KNOW this lives in you...
    and, this is the dawning of The Great Awakening"
    ~susan lynne schwenger
    09 Sep 2007
    9-9-9



    The forrás AKA The Forro Dance

    Hello friends, you know the forro?

    I have recently heard this style of dance is quite original!

    It is, in reality, of the national dance of brazil and contrary to what the
    We think this is not the samba!

    Forró is in brazil what is the tango to argentina:

    Absolutely all brazilians the dance.

    And those who do not dance again the apprennent.

    Originally from nordeste, forró is above all a style of traditional music of brazil.

    Rhythms sensual and voluptuary are a subtle combination of accordion, zabumba
    ( big drum flat ), For triangle and pandeiro ( a sort of tambourine ).

    The forrás is also a dance of couple, sensual and happy, that is danced very close.

    The not can be laid, but it is more frequently sautillant

    when you see it danced by couples

    Experience in brazil.


    Song: Broth cane
    Artist: Quartet olinda
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    Bonjour les copains, vous connaissez le FORRO?
    J'ai appris récemment ce style de danse assez originale! Il s'agit en réalité, de la danse nationale du Brésil et contrairement à ce que l'on pense ce n'est pas la samba !
    Le forró est au Brésil ce qu’est le tango à l’Argentine : absolument tous les Brésiliens le dansent. Et ceux qui ne le dansent pas encore l’apprennent. Originaire du Nordeste, le forró est avant tout un style de musique traditionnelle brésilien. Ses rythmes sensuels et voluptueux sont un mélange subtil d’accordéon, de zabumba (gros tambour plat), de triangle et de pandeiro (sorte de tambourin). Le forró est aussi une danse de couple, sensuelle et joyeuse, qui se danse très proche.
    Le pas peut être posé, mais il est plus fréquemment sautillant quand on le voit dansé par des couples expérimentés au Brésil.

    Song: Caldo de Cana
    Artist: Quarteto Olinda

    Hello friends, you know the forro?
    I have recently heard this style of dance is quite original!
    It is, in reality, of the national dance of brazil and contrary to what the
    We think this is not the samba!
    Forró is in brazil what is the tango to argentina:
    Absolutely all brazilians the dance. And those who do not dance again the apprennent.
    Originally from nordeste, forró is above all a style of traditional music of brazil.
    Rhythms sensual and voluptuary are a subtle combination of accordion, zabumba
    ( big drum flat ), For triangle and pandeiro ( a sort of tambourine ).
    The forrás is also a dance of couple, sensual and happy, that is danced very close.

    The not can be laid, but it is more frequently sautillant when you see it danced by couples
    Experience in brazil.


    Song: Broth cane
    Artist: Quartet olinda
     

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