Best Dance to Learn

What is the best dance to learn?

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  1. I would love to see a video of you dancing!

    1. Barbara Tucker says:

      Thanks, Diane. Not sure if I have anything. I’ll have to check out some of the cd’s from past showcases. Enjoy your day. What’s for dinner?

      1. I ate out with my client but made my husband some roasted peppers and onions and a turkey.

  2. Carolyn Page says:

    I’m not at all sure, Barbara.
    Could it be the Foxtrot? This seems to be the one that most (I’ve come across) have difficulty with! But heck, it could be any of the ballroom dances..
    By the way: I luv the Slow Fox; there’s something quite magical when you’re gliding along with a good partner. And I’m lucky. My man luvs it too! 🙂

    1. Barbara Tucker says:

      Many people would say Foxtrot. There’s a high degree of difficulty for such an easy-going dance. Foxtrot and Mambo are my favorites.

      You’ll see later today my opinion of which dance is the best to learn. Coming soon!

  3. aFrankAngle says:

    More I think about this, I wondering what do you mean when you say “best”?

    1. Barbara Tucker says:

      Good question. By best I mean which dance will help you become a better dancer overall. We had many wonderful coaches in NYC when I was coming up. One of them told me that if I danced the Tango well, then every other dance would be technically correct. In other words, the technique you learn for the Tango will carry over to the other dances, as well.

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