Folk costumes
and dances
in Opole region
BY POLISH COMENIUS TEAM 2013
Feminine outfit in Opole region
 The former regional feminine outfit consisted of:
 mazelonka - homespun wool pleated sk...
Regional male folk costume
 Opole region male folk costume consisted of:
 pants "skórzoki", "jelenioki" honey-colored,
...
Opole region folk dances
 Folk dance in the Opole region are mostly in the rhythm of the
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polonaise, mazurek ...
 TROJAK
 It is the most common, so-called walking polonaise, known since the sixteenth

century, referred to herein as "...
14. polish folklor
14. polish folklor
14. polish folklor
14. polish folklor
14. polish folklor
14. polish folklor
14. polish folklor
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14. polish folklor

  1. 1. Folk costumes and dances in Opole region BY POLISH COMENIUS TEAM 2013
  2. 2. Feminine outfit in Opole region  The former regional feminine outfit consisted of:  mazelonka - homespun wool pleated skirt in different colors,  lajbik - dark, deep-cut bodice of cloth sewn into sleeveless skirt, blouse made of a thin cloth with white embroidered “ ryszki”with long sleeves to the elbow, worn under the ” lajbik.” Shirt was pulled around the neck with a strap.  During holidays women also wore gowns of silk, and “zapaśnice” of linen every day.
  3. 3. Regional male folk costume  Opole region male folk costume consisted of:  pants "skórzoki", "jelenioki" honey-colored,  white shirt with "ptok" around the neck (handkerchief),  navy blue caftan with yellow, metal buttons and blue decorating "chwaściki,”  high boots and a black hat.
  4. 4. Opole region folk dances  Folk dance in the Opole region are mostly in the rhythm of the      polonaise, mazurek and krakowiak. The most popular Opole regional dances include: CRONE Elements of the dance: steps to the rhythm of a quarter score, in a straight line back and forth and marketed. Triple stomps in the rhythm of two eighth notes and quarter. The set pairs stand in two rows facing each other at a greater distance with hands folded on the hips. KOZIORAJKA Dance elements: jumps variables, jumps and turns with side jumps of the hook shank. Setting: dance for a triple, a boy and two girls bound a circle.
  5. 5.  TROJAK  It is the most common, so-called walking polonaise, known since the sixteenth century, referred to herein as "trojokiem", sung to the tune of'' Highlanders sown oats''.  Elements of dance: a step of raising crossed feet and toes. Run to the rhythm of eights and quarter notes. Variable bounces. Steps in the rhythm of two eighth notes and aquarter.  Setting: threes, dancer standing in the middle and two dancers on the side. Dancers put the hands on the hips outside.  GĄSIOR  Elements of dance: steps walking back and forth, changing leaps forward and in turn, triple steps.  Setting: in pairs on a circle - hold an open dance, the boy covers his right hand girl's waist, she has his left hand on the boy's shoulder, hands free built up into a slant.  MIOTLARZ  Referred to herein as the "Polka with a broom'' or" polka broom''. It is very popular to this day.  Elements of dance: a step forward plate and speed  Setting: dancing in a relaxed posture stand in two rows facing each other [one of a number of dancers formed, the other dancers]

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