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Dance in China - Wikipedia
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Description:History of Chinese dance There is a long recorded history of various forms of dance in China. The earliest Chinese character for "dance", , written in the oracle bones , is itself a representation of a dancer holding oxtails in each hand. The most important dances of the early period were the ritual and ceremonial music and dances called yayue , and these dances were performed at the imperial court until the Qing dynasty, but only survive today as performances in Confucian ceremonies. The imperial court from the Qin dynasty onward established various departments responsible for the collection of music and dances, training of performers as well as their performances at the court, such as the Music Bureau and Royal Academy. The art of dance reached a peak in the Tang Dynasty , and the dances of the period were highly diverse and cosmopolitan, dances from Central Asia in particular were popular. A great number of dances were recorded in the Tang dynasty, for example there are over 60 Grand Compositions alone which are large scale performances from the Tang court, and there were tens of thousands of musicians and dancers at the Imperial palaces.