Oriental dances: movements of hands

Oriental dances: movements of hands

Oriental dances: movements of hands
Many admire nice oriental dances, periodically without reflecting at all as simple movements in performance are difficult in training, apparently. That the oriental dance became real sacrament, something magic, the dancer passes through long trainings lasting many hours. The special attention is given to the most mobile part of a body – to hands.

Oriental dances: movements of hands

Oriental dances: movements of hands

The complex of exercises At modern schools of training to an oriental dance is the whole complex of exercises for hands. Their base is movements of many oriental city dances. All exercises share on movements for an elbow, shoulders, a brush and all hand. Let’s begin with 1 of the most ordinary exercises. It is necessary to compress fingers of both hands in a fist, and later quickly to open them. This exercise is necessary to repeat 8 times at high speed. Later exercise becomes complicated: we do it by alternately different hands and we turn the head towards a revealing hand.

Circular rotations It is one more big group of exercises. Circular rotations by brushes and elbows are executed 8 times, also alternately: that of one, other hand. The head needs to be turned at this time to a hand doing movement. Very useful exercise is podymany brushes in a wrist up and its sharp lowering down. It is possible to do this exercise also and forward. If we connect brushes together, it will be possible to take a detour from below up (from top to down) hands.

Turns of all hand the Hand we bend in an elbow, a brush we bring to a shoulder, we lower down and we open a hand aside, turning out it inside. Very beautiful zmeeobrazny movement leaves when to do exercise that left, the right hand. On the last step of music of a hand it is necessary to lower down. Continuous repetition of these and other exercises will allow you to get so necessary technical possibilities for movements of hands which can be used not only in an oriental dance, well and in many other.

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