Various - Folk Dance Series: Dances From Four Counties album flac
Counted only countries with 5+ million population Различные европейские Народные танцы Different European Folk Dances Verschiedenen europäischen Volkstänze . .
Recorded under the auspices of The English Folk Dance and Song Society. Matrix, Runout (A-side): 7TEA.
This is the main list of dances. It is a non-categorized, index list of specific dances. It may also include dances which could either be considered specific dances or a family of related dances. For example, ballet, ballroom dance and folk dance can be single dance styles or families of related dances. See following for categorized lists: List of dance style categories. List of folk dances sorted by origin. List of national dances.
Russian folk dance is an important part of Russian culture. Russian dances were also influenced by cultures from eastern Orient and western Occident. Many Russian dances became known from the 10th century. Russia witnessed various invasions from other countries.
Traditional Russian folk dance is as broad and diverse as the nation itself. While most foreigners identify traditional Russian dance with the stomping and and knee bending characteristic of Eastern Slavic dance styles, many forget about traditions of dance that originated from Turkic, Uralic, Mongolic and Caucasian peoples who are also native to Russia. Below we have identified a small list of popular folk dance from Russia. The first four (from the Khorovod to the Chechotka), are traditional Russian dances that first come to mind when thinking of Russian folk dance.
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The Moiseyev Dance Company, formerly known as the State Academic Folk Dance Ensemble of the USSR, is the most celebrated folk dance company from Russia. The company has toured 60 countries and employs about 200 dancers; it was the first Soviet dance company to perform in the USA (1958). On this 1992 recording, released just after the collapse of the Soviet Union, members of the Soviet Army Band, the Moscow Radio Orchestra of Folk Instruments, and accordion players of the dance company play the dance music associated with the Moiseyev.
She organized annual folk dance festivals for schoolgirls; by 1913, 10,000 girls were doing Maypole dances in the New York City borough parks. For six years she traveled and studied folk dances in several European countries and published many books about the folk dances she learned. Michael Herman and Mary Ann Herman, for example, developed a series of sound recordings of the music for folk dances from many parts of the world. The dances of the International Folk Dance movement became increasingly popular with recreational dancers, at first in the United States and eventually in countries around the world. The dances-most of them from Europe, with a few from North America and Japan-were codified and decontextualized so that dancers could perform them any place in the world.
From time immemorial dancing has been associated with various celebrations – from the tribal dances carried out around bonfires to the exquisite waltzes performed at high society events. As such, it should come to no surprise that each country has a selection of folk dances native to the region. History knows a plethora of Slavic folk dances, which have withstood the tests of time and have survived for centuries. It’s practically impossible to sum them all up without making a mile long list, so here are just five of the most well-known Slavic folk dances from near and far. 1. Polka
|A1||–The Birmingham Square Dance Band||The Long Dance (Norfolk)|
|A2||–The Country Dance Band||Double Lead Through (Oxfordshire)|
|B1||–The Square Dance Band||The Square Dance (Yorkshire)|
|B2||–The Haymakers Square Dance Band||The Ring Dance (Dorset)|