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Choreography Lv.E

Basquiat PENTAGON

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Basquiat

  • Class Preview 01:10
  • Introduction 03:28
  • Chorus 1. Part A 07:21
  • Chorus 1. Part B 09:26
  • Chorus 1. Part C 04:57
  • Chorus 2. Part A 05:24
  • Chorus 2. Part B 04:27
  • Chorus 3. Part A 05:05
  • Chorus 3. Part B 05:57
  • Chorus 3. Part C 06:15
  • Chorus 4. Part A 09:49
  • Chorus 4. Part B 06:38
  • Closing 02:05
  • Practice: Full Choreography from Ryu.D 01:10

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Choreography Lv.E

Basquiat PENTAGON

14Lessons

73min

This song was inspired by an African American painter, Jean-Michel Basquiat, who created artworks that showed the beginning and end of revolution. Auspicious (RYU D’s dance crew) got the inspiration from the painting and portrayed it in the choreography, by beginning with dancer’s tying the members up throughout the dance and later on escaping them.

Choreography Lv.E

PENTAGON Basquiat

14Lessons

73min

This song was inspired by an African American painter, Jean-Michel Basquiat, who created artworks that showed the beginning and end of revolution. Auspicious (RYU D’s dance crew) got the inspiration from the painting and portrayed it in the choreography, by beginning with dancer’s tying the members up throughout the dance and later on escaping them.

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curriculum

Total length: 73 Minutes

Class Preview 01:10

Performance by RYU.DWatch a preview of the full choreography by Ryu.D.

Introduction 03:28

Performance by RYU.DRyu.D explains the background behind the song Basquiat by PENTAGON and how Auspicious, his crew, drew inspiration from the namesake of the song, Jean-Michel Basquiat, for the choreography.

Chorus 1. Part A 07:21

Performance by RYU.DThis choreography is relatively simply but requires a lot of stamina. Watch the counts for the first part of the dance and follow along slowly.

Chorus 1. Part B 09:26

Performance by RYU.DPrecise control is important for this part of the choreography. Watch Ryu.D and follow along to learn the next part.

Chorus 1. Part C 04:57

Performance by RYU.DFinish learning the dance for the first chorus and practice to the music.

Chorus 2. Part A 05:24

Performance by RYU.DThe choreography for the second chorus is relatively stripped down and simple. Watch Ryu.D's count and learn the first part of the dance.

Chorus 2. Part B 04:27

Performance by RYU.DThere are a lot of hand movements in this part of the choreography. Pay close attention to Ryu.D's explanation of the imagery that you should try to express.

Chorus 3. Part A 05:05

Performance by RYU.DThis part expresses the liberation of revolutionaries, so the choreography is more energetic. Ryu.D starts by showing you the counts.

Chorus 3. Part B 05:57

Performance by RYU.DRyu.D takes you step by step through the next part of the choreography. There is a ritualistic theme here that still relates to a revolutionary spirit.

Chorus 3. Part C 06:15

Performance by RYU.DFinish learning the choreography for part 3, then practice the entire part to the music at the end of this video.

Chorus 4. Part A 09:49

Performance by RYU.DIn this part of the choreography, the emotion you want to express is the ecstasy after a successful revolution when everyone rushes out and dances together. It's short, but the tempo is confusing and difficult. Ryu.D takes you through the choreography.

Chorus 4. Part B 06:38

Performance by RYU.DFinally, learn the last part of the choreography and wrap up the lesson.

Closing 02:05

Performance by RYU.DRyu.D delivers some closing remarks, encouragement, and advice.

Practice: Full Choreography from Ryu.D 01:10

Performance by RYU.DWatch the full choreography by Ryu.D with the music and follow along to practice the whole dance.

RYU.D

AUSPICIOUS RYU.D

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BTS, EXO, SEVENTEEN Dancer & Trainer
Stray Kids Original Choreographer
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