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Folk dance

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  • 1. Keren shaySecond year, group 14
  • 2. Dance is an element in human culture since the dawn of existence.This is the first expression of life, of movement, and hasEnormous power. It shapes culture, self-imageand personality, nationality, religion andemotions.Swag company indicates feelings relevance or differentiation, the participation of ceremonialand ritual settings again, and as a means ofrecreation and pleasure on the other 
  • 3. Israel, too, like the rest of the world, the dance reflects the uniqueness of social groups –cultural.Folk dance - is basically the initial expression ofthe basic human need to dance, and do so aspart of nationor a group that defines itself as a separateentity from a national perspective. Early 19th century – emigrated to Israel agroup of young people "pioneering." Thesepioneers were determined to repair the worldand society,to create a new country. the desireto adopt the New Nation "religion of labor" itselfplayed a new culture: Culture •Israeli.
  • 4. These processes even felt in dances, much more before the declaration of the State of Israel, was declared thedance Israeli people –" Hora "- Israeli symbol.The "Hora" dance combines all the elements of the newculture that began emerging: Dance of thecompany, together, shoulder Combined arms to shoulder;dance circles, allowing equality between the sexes andbetween people. dance barefoot and grounding and simplicity expressed lightly to allow anyone to join the dancers easily, and share their feelings of shared fate and actionThe "Hora" expressed the combination of work this new and old imported, between songs translated from Russian, Hasidic circle danceThe high light of the connection between the Zionist culture and folk dance - were no doubt happy dances mass thatfilled
  • 5.  Israel at the United Nations declaration on the state of Israel. From now settled the relationship between "Hora" to collective consciousness Israels independence, and later became part of the celebration of dance circuits Day - Independence and National Identity Israel.New Jew - the zabzar, began to market itself on the wide world by the art of dance.the folk dances have become in recent years into classes the folk dance today are mostly paid classes and not any more free events the industry became big business in competition And he enters an extensive industrial and commercialized 

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