Categories: Music Theory

A lively, improvisational, athletic style of dancing performed to syncopated music which originated in New York in the 1940’s and 1950’s.

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Jitterbug
Definition of "Jitterbug" by Chat GPT: Jitterbug is a type of dance that originated in the United States in the early 20th century, typically performed to swing or jazz music. It involves lively and energetic movements, often including jumps, spins, and lifts. The term "jitterbug" can also refer to a person who is considered to be a skilled and enthusiastic dancer of this style. In modern usage, "jitterbug" can also refer to a type of mobile phone designed for older adults, which features simple and easy-to-use functions.
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