While immensely popular in its time, the Two Step dance began to disappear as ragtime, jazz, and other forms of music became popular.
There was a break of about 50 years when the two step dance was nothing more than a footnote in the dance history books, or a way to describe a certain kind of choreography.
At a step dance competition, groups will perform small sections of these dances and be judged by more experienced dancers and teachers.
The Texas Two Step dance pattern is one of the most popular forms of country line dancing.
The Texas Two Step dance pattern is danced to country western music and is executed in 4/4 time.