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  • Dear Friend, I found not another place where I could thank you for your comment to my presentation, so here I write thanks. I am very pleased that our Polish dances, our culture are interested in the world. Thank you also for the link, which you have placed in the commentary. Feel free to visit my homeland through the presentations, which last I put the SS. And it will be a continuation :))
    Best regards - Anna
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  • Here are some videos that trace the evolution of the Oberek, from 17th century Polish villages to 21st century Chicago dance halls, and beyond:
    http://lowiczanka.wordpress.com/2010/09/07/its-oberek-time/
    The Oberek is one of Poland's 5 National dances. Very few countries have even one national dance. For more info and videos:
    http://lowiczanka.wordpress.com/2010/10/11/polands-five-national-dances/
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  • Beautiful ! We shouldnt loose our traditions from around the world ! We should keep our corporal memories ! Thanks for sharing !
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  • Beautiful slideshow Anna. Thanks for sharing. Hugs, Carmen María.
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  • Polish Dances
  • Kujawiak The kujawiak is a Polish folk dance. It is one of the five national dances of Poland, the others being the krakowiak, mazur, oberek and polonaise. The dance usually involves couples moving in a circle. Women's kujawiak dances are also performed. The kujawiak originates from the region of Kujawy in central Poland. The music is typically in triple meter.
  • Kujawy - is a lyricism that is present in a tender, moody, bleeding heart kujawiak. This dance likes the acceleration and release, and variable accents. During the dance rhythm becomes sharper, faster, and suddenly it appears that the impressive dance is no longer kujawiak but .... Oberek also known as obertas (common in the 19th century), or ober (the name used less frequently), is - in its stage versions performed by Polish folk dance ensembles - the most vivacious and acrobatic of the so-called five national dances (with polonaise, mazur, kujawiak, krakowiak). The oberek originated in the villages of Mazowsze in central Poland; it is danced by couples to instrumental music in triple meter. The name oberek is derived from the verb obracac się - to spin. The dance's main movement is rotational: the dancers spin and twirl around the room.
  • Kujawiak with Oberek
  • „Mazowsze” dancing the oberek, 1964.
  • instrumental oberek transcribed by Oskar Kolberg, 1885.
  • Music: Kujawiak quot;Ornamental beadsquot; and quot;Sandomierski Oberekquot; performed by a team of Thaddeus Wesolowski The whole prepared - Anna