[dcs_image align=”right” src=”http://www.theintegrationistcaribbean.org/wp-content/uploads/2012/08/dance.jpg” w=”200″ h=”201″ mleft=”10″ mbottom=”10″ desc=”A Caribean Dance Group” descalign=”center” borderremove=”false” paddingremove=”true” /] Caribbean dance is very much a part of the existence of its peoples and find expression in formal settings, on stage and even in the streets. During the carnival season in the region all forms of dance can be seen. But the more classical form of dancing is reserved for the stage and Jamaica seems to be the one Caribbean country in which this form of dance is very much in evidence.

There are many books on Caribbean dances as can be seen from the below from Google Books:
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