Tańce - tarantella
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  • People don't dance the old way anymore. Time changes. There are people still do ballroom dance, not too many though, relatively speaking. Thanks for the show.....
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  • Thank you, Anna ...we don't see many folk dances nowadays !
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  • 1. Tarantella The term tarantella groups a number of different folk dancescharacterized by a fast upbeat tempo, usually in 6/8 time (sometimes 18/8 or 4/4), accompanied by tambourines. It is among the most recognized of traditional Italian music. The specific dance name varies with every region, for instance tammuriata in Campania, pizzica in the Salento region. Tarantella is popular in Ital as well as in parts of Argentina.
  • 2. Apollon Mokritsky - Roma. Italian Women on the Terrace (Tarantella)
  • 3. Hans Thoma - Farandola
  • 4. Karol Marko – Tarantela
  • 5. Tło dźwiękowe - „Tarantella Napolitana” by Gioachino RossiniThe illustrations - taken from accessible websitesThe presentation was made by ​- Anna