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Also known as “Modern Ballroom” dancing, this dance form envisages the elegance and style of the early 1900s. The sophistication and elegance of the dance were the major factors that contributed towards its development by the habitués of the smarter West End establishments. A chance meeting between one of the leading ladies of that time, Josephine Bradley, and a talented young American, GK Anderson, produced a partnership which provided the foundation for the English Style. This was further developed by Phyllis Haylor, Lady Humphries as well as other famous names of the time.
The main dance forms of this style are Foxtrot, Waltz, and Quick Step & Viennese Waltz. These dances along with the International Latin style dances are the more popular ones and are therefore seen in all Ballroom competition around the world.


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