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Dance is a performing art form consisting of purposefully selected
sequences of human movement. This movement has aesthetic and symbolic
value, and is acknowledged as dance by performers and observers within a
particular culture. Dance can be categorized and described by its
choreography, by its repertoire of movements, or by its historical
period or place of origin.

Theatrical dance, also called performance or concert dance, is intended
primarily as a spectacle, usually a performance upon a stage by virtuoso
dancers. It often tells a story, perhaps using mime, costume and
scenery, or else it may simply interpret the musical accompaniment,
which is often specially composed. Examples are western ballet and
modern dance, Classical Indian dance and Chinese and Japanese song and
dance dramas. Most classical forms are centred upon dance alone, but
performance dance may also appear in opera and other forms of musical
theatre.

Participatory dance, on the other hand, whether it be a folk dance, a
social dance, a group dance such as a line, circle, chain or square
dance, or a partner dance such as is common in western Western ballroom
dancing, is undertaken primarily for a common purpose, such as social
interaction or exercise, of participants rather than onlookers. Such
dance seldom has any narrative. A group dance and a corps de ballet, a
social partner dance and a pas de deux, differ profoundly. Even a solo
dance may be undertaken solely for the satisfaction of the dancer.
Participatory dancers often all employ the same movements and steps but,
for example, in the rave culture of electronic dance music, vast crowds
may engage in free dance, uncoordinated with those around them. On the
other hand, some cultures lay down strict rules as to the particular
dances in which, for example, men, women and children may or must
participate.

Dance is generally, though not exclusively, performed with the
accompaniment of music and may or may not be performed in time to such
music. Some dance (such as tap dance) may provide its own audible
accompaniment in place of (or in addition to) music. Many early forms of
music and dance were created for each other and are frequently performed
together. Notable examples of traditional dance/music couplings include
the jig, waltz, tango, disco, and salsa. Some musical genres have a
parallel dance form such as baroque music and baroque dance; other
varieties of dance and music may share nomenclature but developed
separately, such as classical music and classical ballet.

All Indian classical dances are to varying degrees rooted in the
Natyashastra and therefore share common features: for example, the
mudras (hand positions), some body positions, leg movement and the
inclusion of dramatic or expressive acting or abhinaya. Indian classical
music provides accompaniment and dancers of nearly all the styles wear
bells around their ankles to counterpoint and complement the percussion.

There are now many regional varieties of Indian classical dance. Dances
like "Odra Magadhi", which after decades long debate, has been traced to
present day Mithila, Odisha region's dance form of Odissi (Orissi),
indicate influence of dances in cultural interactions between different
regions.

The Punjab area overlapping India and Pakistan is the place of origin of
Bhangra. It is widely known both as a style of music and a dance. It is
mostly related to ancient harvest celebrations, love, patriotism or
social issues. Its music is coordinated by a musical instrument called
the 'Dhol'. Bhangra is not just music but a dance, a celebration of the
harvest where people beat the dhol (drum), sing Boliyaan (lyrics) and
dance. It developed further with the Vaisakhi festival of the Sikhs.

The dances of Sri Lanka include the devil dances (yakun natima), a
carefully crafted ritual reaching far back into Sri Lanka's pre-Buddhist
past that combines ancient "Ayurvedic" concepts of disease causation
with psychological manipulation and combines many aspects including
Sinhalese cosmology. Their influence can be seen on the classical dances
of Sri Lanka.

Two classical ballet dancers perform a sequence of The Nutcracker, one
of the best known works of classical dance The dances of the Middle East
are usually the traditional forms of circle dancing which are modernized
to an extent. They would include dabke, tamzara, Assyrian folk dance,
Kurdish dance, Armenian dance and Turkish dance, among others.
All these forms of dances would usually involve participants engaging
each other by holding hands or arms (depending on the style of the
dance). They would make rhythmic moves with their legs and shoulders as
they curve around the dance floor. The head of the dance would generally
hold a cane or handkerchief.

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