Fox Trot

Hitting the streets of New York City in the 1920’s, the Fox Trot emerged as a lively, bouncing dance which America’s youth went wild over. The energy of the dance was what teenagers were looking for, and subsequently the only truly American ballroom dance spread like a forest fire across the states. Today, the Fox Trot has evolved into a dance of social elegance, characterized by smooth, graceful and gliding movements and enjoyed by people of all ages. It remains America’s best loved dance. It is written in 4/4 time and is performed in combinations of Slow (S) and quick (q) steps, with each Slow (S) step being long and graceful, and each quick (q) step being short and lively.


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