Foxtrot music is an important component of sports ballroom dancing. Foxtrot is a dance that has elegance and lightness of movement, warms the heart with its rhythm and reflects classical beauty.
One of the most important aspects of Foxtrot is the rhythm. The beat of the music should be even, with a tempo of about 120-132 beats per minute. This rhythm allows the dancers to freely and easily perform the movements without rushing and keeping up with the music.
Foxtrot music can be varied – from classical melodies to modern compositions. However, the most important thing is that the music emphasizes the elegance and grace of the dancers’ movements.
You should also pay attention to the length of the music. It should match the duration of the dance – usually a Foxtrot lasts 2-3 minutes. Therefore, it is important to choose compositions that will not end or change to another melody during the dance.
- Song Title
- SF-Don’t Know What I Was Doing (SF 29 bpm)
- SF-Slow Fox 29 – Getting On The Step
- SF-slowfox(28) – Don’t do me wrong
- SF-This Is What You Came For (Slow Fox) SF29
- SF-Tu Ne M’Entemds Pas (Slow Foxtrot 28 bpm)