Frame matching and ΔPTED: a framework for teaching Swing and Blues dance partner connection

  title={Frame matching and $\Delta$PTED: a framework for teaching Swing and Blues dance partner connection},
  author={Joseph Daniel DeMers},
  journal={Research in Dance Education},
  pages={71 - 80}
Frame Matching is a codified theory of partner-dance connection. It establishes a framework for breaking down and teaching Swing and Blues dance connection. It is the act of creating, maintaining, or changing tension between partners with posture and tone, in order to lead and follow energy and direction. Frame Matching is explained in terms of changes in posture, tone, tension, energy, and the direction of energy (∆PTED). 
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