Old polonaise

Old polonaise

The old polonaise the Polonaise is a solemn dance. There was it in Poland, and even its name and is translated, as "Polish". Rate of this dance it moderated, usually, was executed on balls and looked as solemn, sedate procession of dancers. The polonaise was danced first ball or not executed in general. As well as in many other historical dances in a polonaise dancing couples moved on certain geometrical figures.
Old polonaise

Old polonaise
History возникновенияПолонез appeared in Poland at the end of the 15th century. Snachalo a polonaise long time existed only as wedding dance. Later its some lines exchanged, but dance kept the solemnity. Since then the polonaise was neotklonimy dance on various national holidays. The polonaise long time had various names. For example, in the Russian Federation it appeared approximately at the end of the 18th century under the title Polish.

Equipment in each historical dance base steps are ispolneniyaosnovy. Base steps to a polonaise looked as follows: the 1st step began with an external foot and then, foot passed to a sock, the 2nd step from an internal foot and stop passed to a sock, and the last step began with an external foot passing to all foot. Preservation of this sequence also was a formula of successful performance of this dance. Also during the first step it was necessary to sit down on a foot which was basic, at all this to make turn towards a foot which took out forward. Two following steps were carried out in the straightened situation, with the straightened shoulders.

Figures polonezatantsor during performance of a polonaise executed geometrical figures. Them in a polonaise unlimited quantity such as: promenade, column, cross-piece, traverse, fountain, fan etc. In the following article devoted to a polonaise we will disassemble each of them.

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