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    Yanna N.
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    From time immemorial dancing has been associated with various celebrations – from the tribal dances carried out around bonfires to the exquisite waltz
    [See the full post at: 5 Slavic Folk Dances From Near And Far]

    #473842

    NikeBG
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    Isn’t the squat dance called “kazachok”?

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    pollex
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    When I was a schoolboy we were forced to attend dance lessons for some time.
    I hated it. But polonez was the only dance which I liked to dance.

    Wojciech Kilar, polonez from the movie “Pan Tadeusz”:

    #473870

    pollex
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    @pollex

    Why was not mentioned famous Ukrainian “Hopak” (Гопак)?
    Because of little rusofobia?
    (Another name of Ukraine is “Mala Ruś” or “Little Russia” in English so dislike of Ukraine should be named as “malorusofobia” or “little-rusofobia”)

    #473874

    pollex
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    @pollex

    I have started new topic:
    Slavic songs about dancing

    #473950

    pollex
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    @pollex

    Another Polish dance, Krakowiak

    #473951

    pollex
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    @pollex

    Polish Oberek

    #473952

    pollex
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    Another Mazurek (by Ludwig Minkus, ballet “Paquita”)
    from Petersburg, Vaganova Ballet Academy

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