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Jul 22, 2021

[Answer] What is the most common official state dance?

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...1. Swing Dancing 2. Tap Dancing 3. Square Dancing 4. Breakdancing




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Square Dancing - U.S. states have a variety of surprising official state symbols, from birds to butterflies, mottos, songs, foods and drinks. One of the more common symbols is an official state dance — over 30 states have designated one. The most popular (by a long shot) is the square dance — states like Massachusetts, Oregon, Texas, Utah, and Washington have all selected the popular dance to represent them. Square dancing evolved from a number of folk dances that immigrants brought to America. While square dancing may be the official state dance in many places, dance moves and styles vary by regions. Traditional square dancing requires the use of live music (usually a fiddle) and a “caller,” who calls out specific moves and sequences. Modern Western square dancing has fewer rules and is also known as cowboy dancing. :


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