dance/dancing

Hi
the beauty of her dancing
and
the beauty of her dance
What is the difference?
Which one is correct?
Thank you very much.

They are both fine in the right context. The first speaks to her movement; the second speaks to her choreography.

Hi…Mister Master…

…The first speaks [color=blue]about her movement; the second speaks [color=blue]about her choreography.

Pls let me know if the above sentences are also correct…

Thanks

Yes, but it has a different meaning.

I’d like to be thought about the difference between “The first speaks to her movement.” and “The second speaks about her movement.”.

In addition, please let me know some acceptable punctuation ways which could be used in my sentence above.

Thanks

I’d like to know about the difference between "The first speaks to her movement" and "The second speaks about her movement."

‘Speaks to’ = focusses on
Speaks about’ = talks about

Many thanks for your kind guidance…now I know how to use these sentences…