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This dance allegedly owes its existence to the American comedian, Harry Fox, who worked the burlesque theatres just prior to World War One. At that time, regulations prohibited semi-clad females from moving on stage. They therefore had to remain in fixed poses. Fox hit on the idea of performing a little dance movement around these women. The music industry soon promoted the music and steps as the 'foxtrot". It consists of a slow walk taking two beats of music and a series of quick steps or trots. The foxtrot provides an easily repeatable basic movement that first-time dancers can enjoy. You can dance the foxtrot to almost any tune with a 2/4 or 4/4 time. The tempo will vary according to the particular style of music. The Slow Foxtrot, as its name suggests, is a slower version of the Foxtrot. The quicker version of the Foxtrot evolved into the Quickstep.
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Slow Rhythm Foxtrot Dance Classes