Polish Dances. Polonaise. Polish representative national dance. Depending on the region, polonaise was known under various names: Polish dance, Let's go , slow round , old-fashioned, hop . First it was danced only in the courts. They dance by young and old. Oberek.
Polish representative national dance.Depending on the region, polonaise was known under various names: Polish dance, Let's go, slowround, old-fashioned, hop. First it was danced only in the courts. They dance by young and old
Polish folk dance, a lively pace and lively melodies. The name "oberek" is derived from the rotation. Oberek male outfit consists of a long overcoats with white, blue or black girded with a belt. Red or orange pants in longitudinal stripes and black boots. Women's outfit consists of a white blouse with a richly embroidered sleeves, black bodice, embroidered or striped, wide skirt with vertical stripes on the head and swing.
Is a Polish folk dance originating in Kujawy. It comes from Kujawy wedding ceremonies. It is a quiet dance. Is running in the rhythm of quarter notes on a slightly bent legs. Some say that the melody of this dance reflects kujawski landscape - wide and calm. Dance movements are slow, sliding, rotating pair calmly and gently rock.
Polish national dance in a lively tempo and time signature 3/4. Name of the dance comes from the region of Mazovia. The dance combines similarity oberek and kujawiaks. It is a dynamic dance often hilarious dancing the noble courts. The man leading the Mazurze called bellwether.