Used quite often in fan fiction to differentiate between the official storyline in which the fan fiction is based on. A cannon is where there is a group of people doing the same thing one after another. Dance has for a very long time accompanied various forms of music as an expression of the joy or the feeling generated from the music. Each dancer dances an entire motif, then keeps still while another dancer takes over. The three levels of dance movement are high, middle, and low. (Remember singing “Row, Row, Row Your Boat” at summer camp?) The first violin part is the trendsetter, and then the second violin part plays the exact same thing but a couple bars delayed, and then the third violin copies the first violin, but at a delay of 4 bars. For instance, in one episode of DBZ, Goku learns how to drive. Adagio - Any dance to slow music; also, part of the classical pas de deux in ballet. Adagio - Dance class where exercises for balance and sustained movement are performed. When speaking of the levels in dance, you are classifying them for their different physical aspects. Dance forms The organization or plan for pattering movements; the overall structural organization of a dance or music composition (e.g. Dance is a performing art form consisting of carefully chosen sequences of human movement. Such imitation may occur in the same note values, in augmentation (longer note values), or in diminution (shorter note values). Another word for official. call and response, theme and variation, canon). In previous times, the literary canon was a bit like a collection of books which all educated people were expected to have read (the concept fell out of use in the early 20th Century). What does in canon mean in dance? A Mexican wave is a cannon but isn't used in dance, but that is pretty much it. Ad Lib - to “improvise”. A theme presented by two or more groups repeating beats or measures apart is called a canon. "Canon" in fictional stories typically refers to material related to the story that is considered "official", either by the story creator(s) or the audience. ‘A canon for two voices using one line of melody is called a canon two in one, three voices with one melody a canon three in one, and so on.’ ‘He takes a little minuet on a journey ‘through contrapuntal couplets, canons and inversions beore breaking into romantic rhapsodising’.’ This is the simplest type of canon, and it may be made more interesting by allowing the dancer’s timings to overlap so that the dancers are always a few counts behind each other. A canon in literature is a series of works which are considered to embody the high-points of a culture's writing. Dance sequence Order in which a series of movements and shape occurs. The flipside is something being non-canon: this happens when something is created for a series that ends up being not official. A Simple Canon Will be in strict order. So in Canon in D, the three violins are all playing imitation parts. Canon, musical form and compositional technique, based on the principle of strict imitation, in which an initial melody is imitated at a specified time interval by one or more parts, either at the unison (i.e., the same pitch) or at some other pitch. Dance phrase A partial dance idea composed of a series of connecting movements and similar to a sentence in the written form. Dance class exercise focussing on slow, controlled movements that highlight balance and extension, and require strength and poise.