Traditional Dances around the world. Prepared by ELS students. Acting Class. Traditional Dances. Saudi Arabia. Saudi Arabia.
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This kind of traditional dance is well-known in “Najd” in the middle region of Saudi Arabia which is called “Alarda”.In this picture we see a group of men standing beside each other holding swords and dressed in Saudi uniform. Men dance such a dance during celebrations like weddings.
This is a Korean traditional dance “Tal Chum”. It is played with traditional instruments and there is always a story behind it. The dancers/actors often communicate with the audience when they act. This play makes fun of the high-ranking class. Actors/dancers wear masques and traditional costumes.
“Nihon Buyo” is one of the traditional dances in Japan. It is performed in Kabuki which is a traditional stage drama. A dancer wears a kimono – Japanese traditional clothing. The dance is accompanied with “Shamisen” – a Japanese lute.
The traditional Albanian dance is called “valle”. It is danced in groups and everyone holds hands and follows calculated steps. This dance is common in engagements, weddings or other celebrations such as New Year. Albanians love to dance throughout the year.