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V Waltz 2011

V Waltz 2011

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Published by: Gayla Pappalardo on Aug 15, 2011
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Viennese Waltz- Silver

Origin: Although commonly believed to have originated in Austria in the early 1800 s, it is known that a dance with similar characteristics was popular with French peasants in the mid 1500 s. The dance was known at that time as the Volta , (Italian for the turn .) The dance as we know it, was immortalized in the 1800 s by such composers as Joseph Lanner and Johann and Josef Strauss. In the Middle of the 20th century, the German, Paul Krebs choreographed the Viennese Waltz style to which we dance today. The dance enjoys a great deal of popularity not only in Europe but also in America, and has been used in many Hollywood productions. Characteristics: Music: This dance progresses in a counter-clockwise direction Danced in ¾ timing, the music has recurring even beats. and is continually revolving. Because of the speed and However, there is a pronounced accent that occurs on the rotation involved, there is much less rise and fall than the first beat of each measure. The basic count for Viennese Slow Waltz, but a greater use of sway is needed to control Waltz is 1, 2, 3. the turns.

Fig Full Silver Silver III Silver II Silver I 1: X Line 2: Flairs Forward and Back 3: Underarm Turn Right 4: Underarm Turn Left 5: Progressive Fifth Position Breaks 6: Spot Turn Combination 7: Reverse Underarm Turn 8: Advanced Hand to Hand Combination 9: Standing Spin 10: Open Right Turn

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