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Figure 8: Play and work dances. (Top) Wakamba boys playing leapfrog to a
dance rhythm, Makindu, Kenya. (Bottom) Tutsi hunters performing the ceremonial
lion dance, Kivu, Zaire. The headdress is symbolic of a lion's mane. (Top) Bill ...
The Olu Kanaanwa dance for unmarried Igbo girls is done in unison in a circular
formation, from which each dancer breaks away to perform individually in the
centre. Among Ijo women, the dance starts in a loosely knit semicircular line from
The steps and formations of the Indian dance, as well as the overall structure of a
dance or ceremony, follow the music closely. This connection is covered in more
detail in the foregoing section on Indian music. Foreign influences. Among the ...
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