DANCE STATS Live Show Results
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You appreciated classical shapes and movements in the choreography. You enjoy shapes influenced by the history of ballet, jazz, and classical modern dance.You enjoy watching classical movements and shapes with rhythmic clarity, but you prefer unfamiliar dance movements to be more flowing and arhythmic.
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You preferred arhythmic movement -- you liked watching the performers find their own timing over the music.You enjoy watching classical movements and shapes in unison; when the shapes are gestural or pedestrian, you prefer to see them in non-unison.
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You responded to unison movement. You like seeing an ensemble work together!When you saw classical shapes, you liked them better to off-the-wall musical choices; when you saw pedestrian or gestural movements, you preferred the music to match the style of dance (in a traditional sense).
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You appreciated choreography and music that traditionally are seen together -- think mid-century-influenced modern dance to classical music, or quirky rhythmic movements to pop songs.You responded to classical dance shapes and movements with a relationship between the dancers, and you preferred to see less classical movements performed by dancers working individually.
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You enjoyed watching dancers as independent individuals in the choreography. You responded to pieces where each dancer moves "in their own world" within the choreography.When dancers move in unison, you prefer to see precise musicality; when they're not in unison, you prefer to see dancers choose their own timing through the piece.
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When the movement and the music traditionally go together, you like to see precise musicality and rhythm. When the music choice is more off-the-wall, you like to see dancers moving over the music.
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When dancers interact with one another, you prefer to see it in precise rhythmic clarity. When dancers are working indepedently on stage, you prefer to see them find their own rhythm.
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You responded to unison movement with a non-traditional accompaniment; when dancers moved in non-unison, you preferred to see movement paired with music we traditionally associate with the type of dance.
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You enjoyed watching dancers moving independently when they were in unison, but you preferred to see a relationship between the dancers when they weren't moving together.
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When the music and the movement were paired together in a more traditional way, you liked to see a relationship between the dancers; when the accompaniment was a more unusual choice for the dance style, you preferred to see the dancers working independently.
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