Summer’s a good time to…dance!

Dancing couple imageLearn to dance! Sure, why not? There’s more to summer than school!
The University Library has videos that can help.

Latin dancing for beginners (1st-floor Media Center Video Collection, GV1751 .L44 1997) covers all the good stuff (five basic steps for meringue, paso doble, tango, bolero and mambo with tips on leading and following) in 45 minutes!

If you fall in love with one dance more than the others, search for just that dance in the Library Catalog, e.g., search for “tango dance?” and videorecording and you’ll get a list of videos, most of which are all about tango, including one simply called Tango (1st-floor Media Center Video Collection, GV1796.T3 T3 1997).

There are also videos on YouTube, including the one below (lesson no. 1 of 20):[youtube][/youtube]

About Barbara

I am a Reference & Instruction librarian, head of that department in Andersen Library, an associate professor, and a member of the General Education Review Committee and Faculty Senate. I've been working at UW-W since July 1, 1990.
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One Response to Summer’s a good time to…dance!

  1. Heidi Wheeler says:

    I’m a high schooler currently involved in ballroomdancing lessons. It is nice to brush up on my tango skills before my ballroomdancing “season” begins. Thank you!

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