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It's America's unique dance style but how much does the average person know about the great tap dancers?Since you are far above the average, you are not afraid to try this very difficult test. Clog dancing will not even be mentioned.
Which statement is untrue about Bill "Bojangles" Robinson who is regarded as the most famous tap dancer of all time?
When honored by the King of England as the best dancer in the world, he said "Thank you , King-Oh."
He was famous for his "stair dance."
He set a record of 8.2 seconds for the 75 yard backwards dash.
He was once made "Honorary Mayor of Harlem" in NYC.
Which statement is not true about Bill Robinson?
His younger brother became his agent.
He switched names with his younger brother.
He was making $3,500 a week by 1910.
He appeared in "Stormy Weather" with Lena Horne.
This award winning tap dancer, inspired by Bojangles Robinson, had a unique technique. He danced as if he were on ice.
Bill Robinson's style of dance emphasizes clean toe taps. Which tap great developed a style that put emphasis on percussive heel stomps?
John W. Bubbles
Clayton Bates was an excellent tap dancer who lived from 1907-1998. What was special about his tap dancing?
He danced on sand and salt.
He tapped shoeless.
He combined ballet and tap.
He had one leg.
This tap dancing great was born in Fitzgerald, Georgia in 1919. He became a star and toured throughout the South as a youngster. He later formed the successful group "Chuck and Chuckles". Who was he?
What was unique about Howard Simms' tap dancing style?
He danced on a 3 square foot plank.
He danced backwards.
He did acrobatics while dancing.
He danced barefooted.
They were a great tap dancing duo. Their names were Harold and Fayard. They received no formal training but were considered the greatest dancing duo in history. What was the name of their act?
The Nicholas Brothers
The Berry Brothers
Hines and Hines
He first became famous dancing with Cholly Atkins but later had a single career. He was in "Dirty Dancing" and won a Tony Award for "My One and Only." Who was he?
Eddie Lee Parker
He was born in 1943 in NYC and began studying dance at five. He teamed with his brother and dad to form a very popular TV and Las Vegas act. He was the first African-American to direct at Radio City Music Hall. Who is he?
Sammy Davis, Jr. was a great tap dancer, actor, singer, comic actor, and a member of the "Rat Pack." What was the name of the act that led to his fame?
The Will Mastin Trio
He was born in Newark, New Jersey in 1973 and is recognized as one of the top tap dancers. Who is this master of the "Funk" style of tap dancing?
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What step is defined as "a solo tap dance with sharp foot accents, springs, leg flings, and heel clicks."?
Buck and wing
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