Carrying on from where we left off last time ...
|Traditional Rajasthani dancers; Tribal |
Bellydance draws upon Indian dance,
but does not lay claim to being
|Paulette Rees-Denis dances to musical|
accompaniment from her husband, Jeff,
They worked closely together with
other musicians, as Gypsy Caravan, to
produce an array of music suitable
for tribal dance.
|FatChance BellyDance, 2010|
|Gypsy Caravan : a modern take on|
Well, I'm coming to the end of this post. I was going to write a bit about creativity in our dance, but have so much to say that I'm going to save that for a post all of its own. Hopefully you know understand a bit more about where we, as Sakura, are coming from, and why we do what we do. You may not agree with it all, but that's fine. If we all thought the same it'd be a boring old world!
Until next time - happy dancing!
YIP! Podcast site and associated Facebook page for details of their 'Propapalooza' event on 9th July. We can't get there in person - but we're having a Propapalooza party (Thank You Jo!)
Thanks to Paulette Rees-Denis and YIP Podcast for images in this post