dance to (something)

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dance to (something)

To dance while listening to something in particular (such as a song or a beat). We can't slow dance to this song, it's too fast. Oh, I can dance to a catchy tune like that!
See also: dance

dance to something

to respond to music or rhythm with dancing. I can't dance to that fast beat! That music is horrible. No one can dance to that.
See also: dance
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Tribes of the Great Plains danced to the spirits of the buffalo and the good hunt, and throughout the continent, tribes performed corn dances to pray for a good harvest.
Fox-Trot: Can be danced to almost any good 4/4 meter music Tempo ranges from slow to medium speed
Salsa, Cha Cha and the American Style fox trot are popular, as danced to romantic ballads and rhythms of Sinatra, Randy Newman, Natalie Cole, and Mary Chapin Carpenter.
Pop music resonates through the body in a very different way, and the resulting movement aesthetic is very different from what would happen if you danced to jazz and honored the music.
He has also written concert music that's spacious and flows without a step being danced to it.