Egyptian dances. Part 2

Egyptian dances. Part 2

Egyptian dances. Part 2
In this article we will consider three folklore Egyptian dances which became further an integral part at present popular belly dance.
Egyptian dances. Part 2

Egyptian dances. Part 2
Saidi – dance with a cane
Saidi is starenky Egyptian dance. It appeared in the Southern Egypt. The name received thanks to area where appeared – Said. Before the man in the southern Egypt always carried with itself bamboo sticks which served for their tool. Over time canes became neotklonimy attribute of man’s Egyptian dance of Takhtib which became ladies’ later. Ladies introduced in this dance of ease and playfulness. A basic element of dance саиди is demonstration by the dancer of own ability to balance a cane on the head, hips and even on a breast. Now саиди is we will spread белиданса.

Alexandria the tanetsaleksandriya is one of huge seaports. The Alexandria dance in the people call dance of port ladies. This dance incendiary, cheerful. Dancers execute it in malekhanky dresses, also with a shawl (city clothes of the Alexandria ladies). Not including the rest dancers decorate the head with jewels (or costume jewellery). On national holidays the Egyptian dancers surely execute the Alexandria dance.

Nubian the tanetsnubiya is the city in what there was a nubian dance. One of old Egyptian dances. This dance is executed by group, solo performance for nubian dance is not acceptable. In this dance movements of hands which form beautiful system are used. The rhythm of movements constantly changes, that changing visual perception of the events. The clothes at performers of nubian dance contain in itself a free dress. Hair seize a bolshushchy scarf which closes a back of the dancer. Men dress narrow trousers, vests and the small caps similar on a tibyuteyka. From time to time as attribute of dance use a plate from a reed, or a tambourine.

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