Alain's dance blog about lindy hop and jazz music ~ Swing, jazz and blues - Dance to the music

Friday, August 10, 2007

Alain's dance blog about lindy hop and jazz music

I just found out about Alain Wong's dance blog about lindy hop and jazz music that he recently started. Alain Wong is a dance teacher at Cat’s Corner in Montreal and also a swing dj.

He covers the same topics as I do: swing music and swing dance, but maybe with a little more focus on dance than I have.

Well, it's a very good start so far and I'm adding his blog in my RSS-reader.

Check out his blog.

Is there any other blogs out there that you think I should know about? Tell me.

6 comments:

Carl said...

Hi Henrik,

I've read your blog on and off for a bit and have just started my own blog on lindy hop, tap and jazz music.

Check it out: jazzdance.wordpress.com

Jazz Music said...

Thanks for sharing information about Alain Wong. I would like to share some more albums on Jazz Music which were released recently by the Artist "Peter Saltzman" were "1988" and "Piano Diaries"

Monir Sider said...

Dance Dance is considered an art, because there are specific steps or foot movements to be observed and respected when they dance to a certain type of music. Grace and skills is essential for a professional dancer in their performances. Although not everyone is gifted with the grace to be a talented dancer, learning the rudiments of dance is important because you never know when your skill is necessary Terpsichore. A number of people who like to dance as an outlet to release tension after a hard day's work. There are people who go a step further to try to learn a new dance to be updated with the latest trends in dance.

musiccitizens said...

Jazz is not the result of choosing a tune, but an ideal that is created first in the mind, inspired by ones passion and willed next in playing music.

musiccitizens said...

Day in and day out, we’re inundated with sounds: at the mall, in the car, at home, even on the street corner. Music is more a part of our daily lives than at any other point in history. Yet we expect people to devote two hours of their day to pure listening, sitting quietly, and politely applauding at the end of a piece. This has its place, but it doesn’t have to be the steadfast rule.

Clairvoyant said...

Not a complete blog, but I wrote a little article about my one and only experience with Lindy Hop. Hope you enjoy!

http://shecamefrom.blogspot.com/2011/06/day-at-races.html