Clogging is a fast-paced, hand-clapping, country style of dance done with double "jingle taps" on the toe and heel of the shoe. There are different step styles in clogging. 'Buck' is derived from Cherokee Indian dancing and is a lot like 'flat-footing', meaning more on your heels and toes. 'Step' dancing originates from the Napoleanic years and showed up everywhere that Napolean had an influence. 'Canadian' step dancing is closer to tap than clogging.
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Web ring of clog-dedicated web sites.
Virtual community provides categorized instructor/dancer directory, cue-sheets, calendar, and forum.
Double Toe Times
A monthly clogging and percussive dance magazine.
Offers free web sites for clogging groups, and resources for finding groups and workshops around the world.
Kelli's Web Page
National instructor Kelli McChesney presents original choreography, event photo scrapbook, FAQs, and resources for instructors and choreographers.
Maker of Stevens Stompers clogging taps. Also carries shoes and boots, instructional videos, music, petticoats and pettipants, and gifts.
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