Not all dances need to be frenetically brisk or energetic. Erik Satie, in the closing years of the 19th century, wrote a series of three Gymnopedies for piano (later beautifully and understatedly orchestrated by Debussy) in slow three-time. To what form of rhythmic exercise does their title allude?
Celebrating the slow emergence of new growth in the springtime
The bodily physical-training done by naked classical youths, as depicted on urns discovered by archaeologists; perhaps a little like Tai Chi
A mock courtship dance between individuals as they transition from childhood into adolescence
A Renaissance discipline for cultivating elegant motion and balance of the feet, through very slow and controlled movement