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Repost: Unsquare Dance

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Stewart Maclennan

Stewart Maclennan

11/11/15: This week’s musical obsession is a little frustrating for me. Usually, I put new music in my walking playlist and it’s the soundtrack to my commute for a few days. This week, however, the music’s time signature is so bizarre, I’m afraid if I try to walk to it, I’ll break something. That is not even really a joke. This is Dave Brubeck’s classic “Unsquare Dance,” and it’s not for the weak of ankle. I have no idea who these adorable creatures are skipping around to it, but they’re killing it!

And here’s some super-cool cats with a more modern take inspired by the same piece by Brubeck.

Author: Donna from MyOBT

I have committed to spending part of every day looking for at least one beautiful thing, and sharing what I find with you lovelies!

8 thoughts on “Repost: Unsquare Dance

  1. I love tapdancing so that second one was wonderful. It also reminded me of what West Side Story would have been like if Dave Brubeck wrote the music.

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  2. The second one is superb. I loved every aspect of it from that woman’s expression directly into the camera to the set and lighting. Great picks!

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  3. In my younger days….lol

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  4. Donna must know when I need a ‘pick me up’. This should did it today. I have been in love with Dave Brubeck’s music and I never get tired of watching dance. Dancing with the Stars starts this week I think. As soon as I post this I will check the time it is on. I sure miss the old days when they made music and dance movies. Hal

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