The Foxtrot or Slow Foxtrot is characterized by long continuous flowing movements across the dance floor and is customarily danced to the same big band music as swing. In the ballroom this dance is generally referred to as Foxtrot but here at music4dance, we are going to consistently use the modifier Slow to distinguish this dance from other dances in the Foxtrot family, such as the Quickstep and the Castle Foxtrot as well as allowing us to use the term Foxtrot to cover the entire family.
The Slow Foxtrot is generally danced to music in a 4/4 Meter between 28 and 34 measures per mintue (112.0 and 136.0 beats per minute) . Click here to see a list of Slow Foxtrot songs between 112.0 and 136.0 beats per minute.
|Like/Play||Title - Artist||Artist||Tempo (BPM)||Tags|
|It Had To Be You (126 BPM) - Harry Connick, Jr.||Harry Connick, Jr.||126||1950S 4/4 DWTS Episode 11 First Dance Pop Season 23 Soundtrack United States Wedding||1950S 4/4 DWTS Episode 11 First Dance Pop Season 23 Soundtrack United States Wedding|
|The Way You Look Tonight (133 BPM) - Frank Sinatra||Frank Sinatra||133||4/4 Father Daughter First Dance Jazz Mother Son Pop Vocal Pop Wedding||4/4 Father Daughter First Dance Jazz Mother Son Pop Vocal Pop Wedding|
|Haven't Met You Yet (123 BPM) - Michael Bublé||Michael Bublé||123||2000S 4/4 Pop||2000S 4/4 Pop|
|Fly Me To The Moon (119 BPM) - Frank Sinatra||Frank Sinatra||119||4/4 Easy Listening First Dance Hopeless Romantics International Jazz Pop Soundtrack Strong Vocal Pop Wedding World||4/4 Easy Listening First Dance Hopeless Romantics International Jazz Pop Soundtrack Strong Vocal Pop Wedding World|
|Enter Sandman (114 BPM) - Paul Young||Paul Young||114||4/4 Pop Vocal||4/4 Pop Vocal|
|Fever (128 BPM) - Michael Bublé||Michael Bublé||128||4/4 Pop||4/4 Pop|
|Why Don't You Do Right? (112 BPM) - Sinéad O'Connor||Sinéad O'Connor||112||4/4 Pop Rock||4/4 Pop Rock|
|I've Got You Under My Skin (128 BPM) - Michael Bublé||Michael Bublé||128||4/4 Adult Contemporary Pop||4/4 Adult Contemporary Pop|
|Comin' Home Baby (122 BPM) - Emilie-Claire Barlow||Emilie-Claire Barlow||122||4/4 Jazz||4/4 Jazz|
|Everybody Wants to Be a Cat (112 BPM) - Psapp||Psapp||112||4/4 Electronic dance-and-dj||4/4 Electronic dance-and-dj|
|Name||Meter||MPM||DanceSport||NDCA A (*)||NDCA B (*)||NDCA A (*)
NDCA B (*)
(*) A short explanation of the NDCA (National Dance Council of America) columns: For American style dances the "A" column contains Tempi for Silver and Gold levels while the "B" column contains Tempi for Bronze level. For International style dances the "A" column contains Tempi for Professional and Amateur couples while the "B" column contains Tempi for Pro/Am couples.