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West European ballroom dances

Ballroom dances — group of pair dances. One of two programs of sports ballroom dances, includes characteristic, very spectacular dances: a slow waltz (harmonious and air), a tango (passionate and excentric), the flying Vienna waltz, a slow foxtrot, or slou-foks (lyrical and strict) and a fast foxtrot, or a quickstep (easy and cheerful). These five classical dances are executed around the world both on household, and at highly professional level and are called "standard", or "standard".



The Southern Germany, Austria, Italy, Spain arose during the Renaissance era where now. (see. Ballroom dances, Historical and household dances) These dances it is easy to distinguish on characteristic advance of couple in closed (close, standard) positions. They demand big movement on a hall.

Good standard ball dance, as well as any other, begins with ability surely and freely to keep, from an elegant bearing and graceful statement of the head. Then to all this the feeling of a rhythm, statement of hands and computer and exact steps increases.

Melodious European dances are very graceful. The melody recovers shoulders, hands, the top part of the case of dancers, and the movements of feet are subordinated to a rhythm. Figures of the European dances were rigidly standardized and divided on categories, the appropriate different levels of training in due time. In 1936 there was a book of the authoritative expert in the field of ballroom dances, the examiner of Imperial society of dance teachers Alex Moore "Ballroom dances" (Alex Moor "Ballroom Dancing") about the main European dances with the detailed description of techniques and schemes of their execution.

So the West European program ballroom dances includes five dances: slow waltz, tango, Vienna waltz, foxtrot and quickstep:


Waltz
Waltz
Slow waltz
Slow waltz
Tango
Tango
Vienna waltz
Vienna waltz
Foxtrot
Foxtrot
Quickstep
Quickstep


The recommended literature on dances


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Maria Vasilevskaya "Dances from And to I" the Book about dances for laymen


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