dance music

NOUN
  1. a genre of popular music composed for ballroom dancing
  2. music to dance to
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How To Use dance music In A Sentence

  • In some ways that's no bad thing - what else is dance music for if not to compel you to boogie?
  • The London duo have embarked on a whirlwind tour of the past two decades of dance music on their third album. Times, Sunday Times
  • Dance music, of course, was never a single tradition, and that was its strength - the ability to draw on anything from African classical music to European avant-garde.
  • Black dance music has been central to mainstream pop since the early '60s.
  • Rock and dance music blasts over speakers. Times, Sunday Times
  • Dance music can be played by musicians walking or dancing in a procession, and it features long drums, gongs, cymbals, and bamboo flutes.
  • They can't get enough of the indie, pop and dance music extravaganza. The Sun
  • Now, dance music is very much like any other form of American pop - slinky, sophisticated and mostly sung by young innocent popstrels.
  • The concerts have featured internationally renowned bands playing music as diverse as African dance music, ska, jive, salsa and Bhangra.
  • The concerts have featured internationally renowned bands playing music as diverse as African dance music, ska, jive, salsa and Bhangra.
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