What types of dance styles do they have in Germany?
Germany is one of the most advanced countries in the world, with a higher percentage of immigrant than any other country. Through this extremely wide culture span Germany experiences all the trends of the world, including dance.
All styles from "Latin American to European "ballroom dancing", form traditional "Schuplatteln" to "Ballet", From the American "Boogie to the "hopping around" that the youth of today call dancing. Not only can be watched but also participated in.
There are many different styles but the main ones are: Breakdancing OldSchool NuSchool Popping Locking House Krumping T.U.R.F. Dancing There are types of dancing behind the styles, for instance: Popping = Liquiding, Waving, Tutting, Electric Boogaloo House = Jerkin', Jacking, Footwork, Hustle, Lofting, Wacking, Vogue Breaking = Boogaloo, Jookin, Toprock, Downrock, Freezes, Suicides Locking = Robot Dance, Funk Dancing, Krumping = Wobble, Arm Swings, Chest Pops, The Stomp, Kill Off, Section OldSchool = Bboying, Sliding…
It truly depends what type of dance you're talking about. For dances such as ballroom I am unable to comment as I have never done those types of dance. Although I have done Ballet, Tap, Street, Hip Hop, contemporary and many other types of dance. Ballet is one of that hardest dance styles that anyone could possibly learn to do. Many people have done ballet from a young age and therefore finds it easy. But…
There are quite a few dance styles. Some of the common ones include: - Ballet - Classical Ballet - Neo-classical Ballet - Contemporary Ballet - Contemporary - Modern - Lyrical - Tap - Jazz - Broadway - Hip Hop - Acrobatics (some do not classify this as a dance style) - Breakdance - Street There are many others, including cultural and religious dance styles; those are just off the top of my head.
A lot of flamenco movements are said to be influenced by Indian dance e.g. Kathak and Bharatanatyam styles and some Andalusian folk and gypsy dances. Also, aspects of the dance can be put down to influences from African styles of which the Spanish colonies would have come into contact with in South and Central America via slaves.