Rumba Duets

Multiple illustrations of Rumba duets

A rumba duet is a pair of dancers dancing the rumba together. The dancer playing the female role typically takes a defensive attitude toward their partner. Rumba duets are danced together while linked in the traditional tight frame position for intimacy. Rumba duets were first danced in the West Indies and Cuba. Rumba duets are typically danced smoothly with sass and sensuality. Out of all international competitive Latin dances, the Rumba duet is the slowest dance style. Rumba duets are known for their romantic subtleties, small steps, and hip movements. A Rumba duets is frequently danced in 4/4 time to songs with strong percussions and beats.

Elevation drawings showing multiple positions performed in Rumba duets

Series of illustrations of couples performing the Rumba dance style

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Rumba Duets elevations (multiple positions)

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Dancing is a form of performance art where the movement of the body is purposefully choreographed in specific sequences and actions. Performed under a various circumstances and intentions, dancing is commonly used for social, competitive, ceremonial, sacred, theatrical, or martial functions.

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