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    The Difference Between Other Dance Classes

    There are many ways in which this particular genre differs from other types of coursework, including that of ballet class. First, hip hop dance lessons allow students of all ages and experience levels to dress in comfortable and self-expressing clothing. This is unlike that of ballet class which requires a certain outfit that is traditional in its form and often color.Hip hop dance lessons also are inspired by the music that created the art form initially. Especially fun for children and teenagers, this type of movement allows the student to stay up on their current pop music and updates in the world of music that inspires the art.



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    Re: The Difference Between Other Dance Classes

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