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A Learn to Dance ‘Did-you-know?’ – Viennese Waltz this is almost the same as the Waltz but this waltz is more rapid with continuous circling around the room. The Viennese Waltz is the classic, old, original waltz. A waltzing couple rotate around each other as they fly gracefully around the room. This article discusses the origin and nature of the Viennese Waltz, also known as the Vienna Waltz, the rotary waltz, and in Vienna as the Wiener Walzer. Some people mistakenly call it the Vietnamese waltz, which does not exist. This article lists formal balls around the United States. There are appendices on options for learning to dance, how to do the Viennese Waltz including step diagrams, clothes, etiquette, what makes a good ball, recorded music, dance floor friction and debutante functions.
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A Learn to Dance ‘Did-you-know?’ – Polka this is a quick and lively dance that was introduced by in the Czech Republic. There are many versions of this dance and the version in the United States involves less turning. Characteristically polka couples circle the ballroom, often at reckless speeds, using a simple step, close, step, and hop technique. The music is in 2/4 time with a strong, defining upbeat. Because of polkas long history it has acquired many terms and phrases, essentially its own vocabulary, contributing to the size of this cultural icon. The polka continued to be danced in the 20th century but less commonly than the fox-trot and latter forms.
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A Learn to Dance ‘Did-you-know?’ – Mambo this is the Latin equivalent of the swing dance. There are a lot of Mambo enthusiasts in the country ever since it was included in 1943. Mambo is actually a name for a bantu drum. The word “mambo” means “conversation with the Gods,” and these drums were used for sacred and ritual purposes. The mambo is a spinoff of the English country dance, which made its way to Cuba through immigrants. It was named the danza, or the dance of Cuba, and gradually its beat and movement became saturated with African and Cuban rhythms, creating an entirely new beat and style.
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Letham Grange-Angus (near Arbroath)
Leys of Cossans-Angus (near Dundee)
Little Brechin-Angus (near Arbroath)
Logie Pert-Angus (near Arbroath)
Mains of Balhall-Angus (near Arbroath)
Nether Careston-Angus (near Arbroath)
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Newmill of Inshewan-Angus (near Arbroath)
Rottal -Angus, Scurdie Ness-Angus (near Arbroath)
St Vigeans-Angus (near Arbroath)