Philly Bop: A 6 Count Dance (Paperback)
The Philly Bop's illustrious origins go back to the 1950s, when it evolved as a version of the Lindy Hop. Dance instructors Audrey Donaldson and June Donaldson are promoting the Philly Bop in a big way The first book in their new instructional series, How to Dance: Philly Bop-A Six-Count Dance will prepare you to enjoy Philadelphia's own swing dance.
The instructors provide step-by-step details for both the leader and the follower in this partner dance. They provide pictures and pertinent information about various aspects of the dance.
The authors' intentions aren't just to help you learn a wonderful dance but also to emphasize the significance of the Philly Bop in the cultural history of Philadelphia. They add historical information and anecdotes about the dance's origins and appearance on American Bandstand. They also go over basic dance-floor etiquette and features of the dance community.
Whether you are looking to become more active, impress your friends, or celebrate Philadelphia's rich cultural history, grab a partner and get ready to do the Philly Bop