Dance forms the final part of a trilogy by Oliver Davis which also includes Flight and Seasons . Following on from his frequent collaborations with groups such as the Royal Ballet and a great number of TV commissions, this project started as a concept album, using the title as the inspiration for the works. Though several of the works embrace the composer's background with ballet companies, there are other works influenced by violinist Kerenza Peacock's connection with folk music. Davis takes us on a musical journey into these various traditional forms of dance, including Eastern European styles and a Fandango. Well worth discovering.