Dance me. Julia Farid individual feedback
“Dance me” — let’s focus on two completely different choreographies. Elegance and emotional deepness of dancing to Oum Kalthoum song (5 minutes long choreography) and fun of drum solo focusing on being dynamic and sensual at the same time (3 minutes choreography).
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What Will You Learn?
- Choreographies: a detailed breakdown of Raks el Sharki choreography and drum solo.
- A lecture about famous Egyptian singers and composers and tips on preparing for your performance.
- The last class is a "My dance breakthrough" graduation, where the participants present their performances.
Lecture “The greatest music legends of Egypt”
Lesson 1. Lecture36:44
Choreography to classic song ‘Awedt Eini’
Lesson 2. Choreography to classic song “Awedt Eini”. Part 1. Combo for practice32:12
Lesson 3. Choreography to classic song “Awedt Eini”. Part 2. Combo for practice44:28
Lesson 4. Choreography to classic song “Awedt Eini”. Part 3. Combo for practice40:17
Lesson 5. Choreography to classic song “Awedt Eini”. Part 4. Combo for practice34:41
Lesson 6. Choreography to classic song “Awedt Eini”. Part 5. Combo for practice43:24
Drum solo choreography
Lesson 7. Drum solo choreography. Part 1. Combo for practice37:33
Lesson 8. Drum solo choreography. Part 2. Combo for practice28:46
Lesson 9. Drum solo choreography. Part 3. Combo for practice28:13
Lesson 10. Drum solo choreography. Part 4. Combo for practice28:03
Preparation & Graduation
Lesson 4. Preparation for show26:58
Lesson 5. Graduation00:00
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