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    • Dance music awards

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    • Ballet music

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    • Ballroom dance music

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    • Cha-cha-cha

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    • Coladeira

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    • Conga

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    • Contradanza

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    • Danzón


    • Dance music films

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    • Dance music genres

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    • Grammy Award for Best Dance Recording

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    • Mambo

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    • Merengue

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    • Morna (music)

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    • Number-one dance singles in Canada

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    • Rumba

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    • Salsa music

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    • Dance music songs

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    • Tango

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    • Twist (dance)

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    • Waltz

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    • Dance music

    • Dance music is music composed specifically to facilitate or accompany dancing. It can be either a whole musical piece or part of a larger musical arrangement. In terms of performance, the major categories are live dance music and recorded dance music. While there exist attestations of the combination of dance and music ... Read »


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    • Dance song

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    • Bale Out

    • "Bale Out: RevoLucian's Christian Bale Remix!" is a satirical dance remix by American composer Lucian Piane, also known as RevoLucian, released on February 2, 2009, to YouTube and Myspace. The piece parodies Christian Bale by utilizing audio from a July 2008 rant made by the actor on the set of Terminator Salvation. Va ... Read »


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    • The Battle Pavane

    • The Battle Pavane (alternative spelling: Battle Pavan) is an instrumental piece by Tielman Susato which he published in 1551 in alderhande Danserye, a collection of Renaissance dance music. In recent decades (as of 2007) Bob Margolis' arrangement of it has gained mass popularity among high school wind ensembles in the ... Read »


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    • Bhangra (music)

    • Bhangra (music)

      Bhaṅgṛā (Punjabi: ਭੰਗੜਾ (Gurmukhi);  [pə̀ŋɡɽaː]) is a type of upbeat popular music associated with Punjabi culture. It was later developed in England starting in the 1970s by people from the Punjab region of India and Pakistan. The roots of modern bhangra ... Read »


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    • Bikutsi

    • Bikutsi is a musical genre from Cameroon. It developed from the traditional styles of the Beti, or Ewondo, people, who live around the city of Yaoundé. It was popular in the middle of the 20th century in West Africa. it is primarily dance music. The word 'bikutsi' literally means 'beat the earth' or 'let's beat ... Read »


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    • Boom Shot

    • Boom Shot is a 1942 song composed by Glenn Miller and Billy May for the 20th Century Fox movie Orchestra Wives starring George Montgomery and Ann Rutherford. Billy May is credited as his first wife, Arletta May, because he had signed an exclusive composer's contract with Charlie Barnet that prohibited him from writing ... Read »


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    • Coma Dance Festival

    • Dance Music Festival which took place on 14 November 2008, twenty minutes of the coast of Abu Dhabi, UAE and 15 November in Forum de Beirut, Lebanon. The festival were proclaimed the first festival dedicated to dance music in the Middle East. Abu Dhabi 14 November 2008 Main Stage : Marco V, ATB,Cosmic Gate, Nic Fa ... Read »


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    • Community Swing

    • Community Swing is a swing jazz instrumental composed and recorded by Glenn Miller and released as a Brunswick 78 single in 1937 by Glenn Miller and His Orchestra. Community Swing was composed by Glenn Miller in 1937 and recorded on June 9, 1937 at the Brunswick studios in New York and released as a Brunswick 78, 7 ... Read »


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    • Congolese rumba

    • Congolese rumba, also known as Rumba Lingala, is a popular genre of dance music that originated in the Congo basin during the 1940s, with strong similarities to Cuban son. The style gained popularity throughout Africa during the 1960s and 1970s. It is known as Lingala in Kenya, Uganda and Tanzania after the Lingala la ... Read »


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    • Data Transmission

    • Data transmission, digital transmission or digital communications is the transfer of data (a digital bit stream or a digitized analog signal) over a point-to-point or point-to-multipoint communication channel. Examples of such channels are copper wires, optical fibers, wireless communication channels, storage media and ... Read »


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    • DJ mixer

    • A DJ mixer is a type of audio mixing console used by DJs to make smooth transitions between different sound recordings as they are playing. The sources are typically record turntables, compact cassettes, CDJs, or DJ software on a laptop. DJ mixers allow the DJ to use headphones to preview the next song before playing i ... Read »


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    • Follow You (Deniz Koyu song)

    • "Follow You" is a song by the DJ and producer Deniz Koyu and the singer Wynter Gordon. The music video was released on 14 September 2012. It has received over 1 million views on YouTube. ... Read »


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    • Galician rumba

    • Galician rumba (rumba gallega) belongs to those songs and dances called cantes de ida y vuelta, "of departure and return", like the Habanera, that travelled back from Cuba to the Spanish motherland to establish themselves as musical genres cultivated and cherished by the Spanish population. Like the rumba flamenca, th ... Read »


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    • Girl Walk//All Day


    • Glenn Miller Plays Selections From the Film "The Glenn Miller Story"


    • Global Dance Session

    • Global Dance Session

      Global Dance Session is an international-syndicated upfront dance music radio show that is aired across the world in 52 countries a week on FM with further reach on satellite, cable, digital radio, online and mobile broadcast platforms. It's mixed and presented by Brian Cheetham and incorporates a weekly guest mix by t ... Read »


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    • Gogo (Quebec music)

    • Gogo was a type of francophone music that was popular in the 1960s in Quebec, Canada. It accompanied dancing that was characterised by lively, quick and irregular movements of the body and wide gestures of the arms. The words and music were often adapted from contemporary hits of pop music from the United States (with ... Read »


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    • Harlem Chapel Chimes

    • "Harlem Chapel Chimes" is a 1935 jazz instrumental composed by Glenn Miller. The song was released as an A-side 78 single by the Dorsey Brothers Orchestra. The song was recorded by the Dorsey Brothers Orchestra on February 6, 1935 in New York and released as a 78 single. The song was copyrighted by the music publi ... Read »


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    • Jota (music)

    • The jota (Spanish: [ˈxota]; Catalan: [ˈdʒɔta]; Aragonese: hota [ˈxota] or ixota [iˈʃota]; Asturian: xota [ˈʃota]; Galician: xota [ˈʃɔta]; old Spanish spelling: xota) is a genre of music and the associated dance known throughout Spain, most likely originating in Aragon. It varie ... Read »


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    • Live band dance

    • A live band dance is an event where the means of serving the dancefloor involves the use of a live band. Before the rise of discothèques and DJ-based dancefloors with recorded music (prior to the 1950s); live bands were the ubiquitous means of serving the dancefloor. Along with that, slow-dancing was the primar ... Read »


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    • Living Without You (Tulisa song)

    • Living Without You (Tulisa song)

      "Living Without You" is a song recorded by British singer Tulisa, from her second studio album. It was released on 4 January 2015, and is Tulisa's first single in over two years. On 20 October 2014, it was officially revealed that Tulisa's new single would be titled "Living Without You" with a release date of 7 De ... Read »


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    • Madchester

    • Madchester is a broad genre label popularized by the British music press in the early 1990s, referring to the music scene that developed in the Manchester area towards the late 1980s and into the early 1990s. The music that emerged from the scene mixed alternative rock, psychedelic rock and electronic dance music. Arti ... Read »


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    • Moonlight Serenade

    • Moonlight Serenade

      "Moonlight Serenade" is an American swing ballad composed by Glenn Miller with subsequent lyrics by Mitchell Parish. It was an immediate phenomenon when first released in May 1939 as an instrumental arrangement, though it had been adopted and performed as Miller's signature tune as early as 1938, even before it had bee ... Read »


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    • Morna (music)

    • The morna (pronunciation in both Portuguese and Cape Verdean Creole: [ˈmɔɾnɐ]) is a music and dance genre from Cape Verde. Lyrics are usually in Cape Verdean Creole, and instrumentation often includes cavaquinho, clarinet, accordion, violin, piano and guitar. Morna is widely considered the national music ... Read »


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    • Mozambique (music)

    • Mozambique refers to two separate styles of music. Mozambique (pron.: mo.sam.'βi.ke) is a vigorous style of Cuban music and dance derived, like the conga, from music of Cuban street carnivals or comparsas. It was invented or developed by Pello el Afrokan (Pedro Izquierdo) in 1963. Although the rhythm shares ma ... Read »


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    • MTV Europe Music Award for Best Electronic

    • The MTV Europe Music Award for Best Electronic was originally entitled Best Dance and was first awarded in 1994 until 2003. It was one of the original two genre categories that were added to the MTV Europe Music Awards that year. The big winner on this category were The Prodigy with four awards. The category was revive ... Read »


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    • MTV Europe Music Award for Best Urban

    • The MTV Europe Music Award for Best Urban was given out between the years 2007 and 2009. It has since been retired. Winners are listed first and highlighted in bold. ... Read »


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    • My Ladye Nevells Booke

    • My Ladye Nevells Booke (British Library MS Mus. 1591) is a music manuscript containing keyboard pieces by the English composer William Byrd, and, together with the Fitzwilliam Virginal Book, one of the most important collections of Renaissance keyboard music. My Ladye Nevells Booke consists of 42 pieces for keyboa ... Read »


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    • Nangma

    • Nangma (ནང་མ་) is a genre of Tibetan dance music closely related to Toeshey. The word Nangma derives from the Persian word نغمه Naghma meaning melody. Both a band and a nightclub have been named after it. "Nangma" is the name of a four-person, traditional Tibetan band dedicated to t ... Read »


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    • Ndombolo

    • Ndombolo is a Congolese music genre and dance style, also popular in other African countries such as Kenya and Madagascar. It is derived from kwassa kwassa. This style of fast music, currently dominating dance floors in central, eastern and western Africa, is performed by Dany Engobo, Awilo Longomba, Aurlus Mabele, Ko ... Read »


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    • NU Energy Dance Music

    • NU Energy Dance Music NU Energy Dance Music is the loose term that describes a style that is driven by an often intense pulsating, modulating energy; the difference being that the music is not relying solely on the "Kick" to create its strength and presence. Although the style is varied and crosses dance music genres ... Read »


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    • PDK (Namibian music group)

    • PDK is an all male trio band from Namibia. They started off as dancers and were known as The Action Boys. Later they changed their name to Action Geez. Now they perform under the name of PDK which represents the initial of their first name. The group has performed in the Namibian Annual Music Awards. They have also per ... Read »


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    • Polish Dance Club Singles Chart

    • The Polish Dance Club Singles Chart (Top Dyskoteki – Top Dance Clubs) is a chart compiled by dj organization DJ Promotion from the most popular songs in the clubs. based on dj weekly online reports. Although the chart does not currently receive any airplay on the radio or television, the chart can be viewed on the ... Read »


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    • Dance-pop

    • Dance-pop is a pop and dance subgenre that originated in the early 1980s. It is generally up-tempo music intended for nightclubs with the intention of being danceable but also suitable for contemporary hit radio. Developing from a combination of electronic dance music and pop music, with influences of disco music, post ... Read »


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    • R U Professional

    • "R U Professional" is a 2009 satirical song by the American indie rock band The Mae Shi, inspired by a July 2008 outburst by actor Christian Bale on the set of Terminator Salvation. Bale was filming with actress Bryce Dallas Howard when he berated director of photography, Shane Hurlbut, for walking into his line of sig ... Read »


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    • Rave

    • Rave

      A rave (from the verb: ) is a large dance party featuring performances by DJs and occasionally live performers playing electronic music, particularly electronic dance music (EDM). The music is amplified with a large, powerful sound reinforcement system, typically with large subwoofers to produce a deep bass sound. The ... Read »


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    • Road to Ultra

    • Road to Ultra

      Road to Ultra (RTU) events are one day, single-stage events created and founded by the team behind the electronic dance music festival, Ultra Music Festival. Stage designs are also curated by the Ultra Worldwide team and are adapted to accommodate the needs of indoor and outdoor venues. RTU made its debut in 2012 in Se ... Read »


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    • Rumba

    • The term rumba may refer to a variety of unrelated music styles. Originally, the term rumba was used as a synonym for "party" in northern Cuba, and by the late 19th century it was used to denote the complex of secular music styles known as Cuban rumba. Since the early 20th century the term has been used in different co ... Read »


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    • Tango music

    • Tango music

      Dance – Maxixe (Brazilian tango)Record labels Tango is a style of music in 2/4 or 4/4 time that originated among European immigrant populations of Argentina and Uruguay (collectively, the "Rioplatenses"). It is traditionally played on a solo guitar, guitar duo, or an ensemble, known as the orquesta típica, whi ... Read »


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    • Ultra Brasil

    • Ultra Brasil is an outdoor electronic music festival that is a part of Ultra Music Festival's worldwide expansion, which has now spread to twenty countries. Ultra Brasil debuted in November 2008 in São Paulo and Belo Horizonte, Brasil. In 2016, Ultra Brasil took place at the Sambodromo in Rio de Janeiro, Brasil duri ... Read »


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    • Ultra Korea

    • Ultra Korea

      Ultra Korea is an outdoor electronic music festival that is a part of Ultra Music Festival's worldwide expansion, which has now spread to twenty countries. Following Ultra Brasil's third edition in 2011, Ultra Korea made its debut as a two-day festival in August 2012 and took place at the Olympic Stadium in Seoul, Kore ... Read »


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    • Ultra Singapore

    • Ultra Singapore

      Ultra Singapore is an outdoor electronic music festival that debuted in 2015 Singapore, Singapore as part of Ultra Music Festival's worldwide expansion, which has now spread to twenty countries. Ultra Singapore was originally a Road to Ultra event which took place in September 2015, and in 2016 returned as a two-day fe ... Read »


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    • Underground dance music

    • The term underground dance music (short version in music jargon: UDM) has been applied to artistic dance music movements, such as early 1970s disco and 1980s Chicago house, but the term has since then come to be defined by any electronic dance or house music artist/band that avoids becoming a trend/mainstream nowadays. ... Read »


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    • VSTO (string quartet)

    • VSTO is a string quartet by Alvin Curran. It was released on the album Schtyx (CRI: 1994) performed by a quartet led by David Abel of the Abel-Steinberg-Winant Trio. Written for choreographer Trisha Brown, Curran writes: "As students, Elliott Carter said we could do anything but write octaves; here the octave rules li ... Read »


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    • Young (Tulisa song)

    • Young (Tulisa song)

      "Young" is the debut single by British singer Tulisa from her debut solo album, The Female Boss. It was released as the album's lead single on 29 April 2012. "Young" peaked at number one on the UK Singles Chart, as well as number five in the Republic of Ireland. "Young" was written by Peter Ibsen, Ali Tennant, and ... Read »


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