#TashFormula

#TashFormula

Etymology

et·y·mol·o·gy noun What is etymology? Etymology is the study of words, including how they got their meanings and how words develop throughout history. A good way

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Teaching Philosophy

Your dance philosophy should align with your values and ethics as an artist and an exemplary human. You can learn how to dance but must

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Ology

a subject of study; a branch of knowledge. ol·o·gy: word-forming element indicating “branch of knowledge, science,” now the usual form of -logy. Decolonizing music education in

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Terminology

ter·mi·nol·o·gy /ˌtərməˈnäləjē/ noun Each street dance form has unique terminology and also uses fundamental terms relating to motions present in multiple dance forms, i.e., spin,

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Chronology

chro·nol·o·gy /krəˈnäləjē/ noun First Draft (Street Dance from The Campbellocking Genealogy Lineage) Here is a draft/example (in progress) of one of my Campbellocking chronology/lineage. The

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Ecology

e·col·o·gy /ēˈkäləjē/ noun When we speak of street dance culture, we also talk of how an ecosystem of people, ideologies, traditions, and passions interact and

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Pocket

Being in the Pocket is passive. It’s unconscious muscle memory. It’s patiently waiting, stretching time, until the right opportunity to let the dance cross the

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Groove

“You should never lose the groove in order to find the notes.” — Victor Wooten. Grooves in dance are often invisible. There are no theories

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Details

Definition of detail:  ∙ extended treatment of or attention to particular items  ∙ giving careful attention to detail I use the word detail to explain

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Technique

Techniques are recipes, not raw ingredients.  1: how technical details are treated (as by a writer), or basic physical movements are used (as by a

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