Thursday, December 16, 2010

Alf Leila Wa Leila Choreography

I've always wanted to choreograph classic Egyptian music. I've always veered toward Turkish or Egyptian pop for my classes, mainly because it's easier to choreograph and easier for students to memorize. Pop is, well, predictable: 32 counts here, 32 counts there, chorus, rinse and repeat.

Classic Egyptian music is unpredictable. You don't know when the beat will change, when the instruments will come in, when it's going to speed up or slow down.

And that's exactly what makes it beautiful.

It might be difficult for my memory, but seeing it all come together makes it worth it.



Anyway, it's been a crazy month. With all the shows for Christmas parties, I am glad to have the time to update. I'll update more when I have a chance to grab pics. Until then :)

8 comments:

Anonymous said...

I want to learn such dance

Anonymous said...

hi, where do you hold lessons?

Rent to Own in Cavite said...

wow super sexy naman!

Anonymous said...

Hello. Please, can you write here a link where I can download a song in this version? I want learn this choreography, but I didn´t find a song in this version :(.

Emeline Fenton said...

Hi, I would also like this version as I can't seem to find it. Thanks.

Anonymous said...

could you please give us the link to download a song in this version ??

Aseel said...

Please..I want the same version of the song! I have a final by Tuesday and I need this specific version of the song and same music..
HELP ME
Thank you!!

sam said...

I w as also wondering where i can find this version of the song?