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Tańce 1

  1. 1. Ola Olizarowicz i Beata Lenczewska
  2. 2. Polish nationale dances Krakowiak Polonez Mazur Oberek Kujawiak
  3. 3. Krakowiak Krakowiak - lively, Polish folk dance from the region of Krakow, in the Polish national dances, in 2/4 meter. The name of the dance comes from the 18th century and refer to a group of dances with their own local names: passing, tread, the fugitive, skalmierzak, run. At the end of the 18th century the characteristic synkopowane rhythms krakowiak appeared in the music of the Symphony, and at the beginning of the 19th century the dance that became popular stage and backdrop.
  4. 4. Polonez [French Polonaise – Polish] called originally walk. Is a Polish dance court, though his roots are in folk music. Features: Swarthy, rather slow, accent on time meter 3/4.
  5. 5. Mazur comes from the Dukes. Features: the pace fast, accented bounce, alive, "siarczysty". Meter 3/4, a lot of bulleted styles, accents often weak parts bars.
  6. 6. Oberek also called obertasem, the fastest of the national dances. Features: very fast in small values, rytmicznych, happy, lively, meter 3/8. Accents similar to mazur.
  7. 7. Kujawiak comes from the region of Kuyavia. Characteristics: slow meter 3/4. Derives from the Kuyavia provinces ceremonies weddings.
  8. 8. Polish regional dances Cenar Chmielowy Dzëk Zbójnicki Trojak Lasowiak Polka Olender
  9. 9. Cenar Live dance of German descent; popular in Europe since the end of the 15th century, widely spread also in Poland (in the 16th-17th century).
  10. 10. Chmielowy also known as candle, geese, is a Polish folk dance, dancing at the wedding to the tunes of hop after „oczepiny” of the bride.
  11. 11. Dzëk Regional dance from Kaszuby, traditionally exclusively male. The dance is dynamic, based on the jump, you show the efficiency of physical dancer.
  12. 12. Zbójnicki Polish folk dance from the region Podhale in 2/4 meter.
  13. 13. Trojak the Silesian folk dance, performed in triple groups consisting of 1 dancer and 2 dancers. The dance is divided into 2 parts: free in meter 3/4 and fast in 2/4 meter.
  14. 14. Lasowiak Polish folk dance originates from the region of rzeszowski. Melody-Panel highlighted 2/4.Dance is in pairs on the perimeter of the two wheels, situating, dancers the rear face, the dancer to the center of the circle.
  15. 15. Olender Polish folk dance, belonging to the dances of the regional kurpiowski. Very like oberk, however, does not have it already impulsive, dance is without nature.
  16. 16. Polka Czech folk dance in 2/4 meter, at a rapid pace. Founded around 1822, she gained popularity throughout the world, particularly in Poland, Germany and Italy. Next to the cylinder was a very popular dance- friendly in the 19th century. The name is derived from the Czech word "půlka" meaning „połowę”.
  18. 18. In dance podlaskich occur: Dances of single Vortex pairs  The dances korowodowe. These in dance these mostly dances usually consist of several spinning follows workaround parts, and often end with turnovers or wheel pair by pair, set pairs circulation in pairs. They will usually next to each other. Clear lead guide you is dancing in the first hand dancer who is guided by his and although it has a group partner. merriment, held in urgently followed The dances popisowe. order. Probably they were formerly  Mens elevate in the dance more than his magic. In these dance it is women.Stamp firmly and vigorously difficult to determine a before changing direction, whether standard implementation. part of the dance and shout in the relevant times: "skibę", „pod sześ"-to change direction.
  19. 19. Podlasie TeamPhotos
  20. 20. Thank youfor attention