Dance music[ edit ] The music used in competitive dance routines is typically adapted from commercially available songs created by professional recording artists. Dance routines are subject to time limits at most dance competitions, and consequently the original, commercial music is usually edited to conform to such time limits. Some competitions require that the dancer not splice the original music for copyright purposes. If judges notice that music is edited under illegal competition rules, the dancer may be penalized by a point or more.
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Rhythm, energy and fun describes jazz dance! This class offers a blend of ballet and modern vocabulary fused with today's hottest music. Dancers will love coming to class and seeing improvement not only in their dancing ability, but also in their self-confidence. For dancers with years dance experience. For the serious student who wants to increase their dance training, this class will boost their ballet and jazz technique.