Polish Dance in Southern California
East European Monographs, 2007 - 247 strán (strany)
This is a historical overview of folk dance ensembles in Los Angeles and the Orange Counties. It stretches back fifty years and examines groups such as Krakusy, Podhale, G rale, and Polskie Iskry; popular Polish dances like G ralski, Zb jnicki, Krakowiak, Kujawiak, and the Polka; and the relationship between Polish models of these dances and their interpretation by modern American ensembles today.
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According to this theory , the same five dances ( the polonaise , kujawiak , mazur
, oberek , and krakowiak ) have existed simultaneously in their unified “ national ”
forms that were dispersed throughout the whole country , and in their regional ...
According to Cooley , the change of the repertoire from heterogeneous ( a variety
of rhythm , with duple and triple meters ) to homogeneous ( mostly with duple
meters ) may be attributed to the influence of outsiders , the tourism promoters
According to the New Grove Dictionary of Music and Musicians , the polka
originated in Bohemia around 1830 as a round - dance , and became popular
throughout Europe and in America in the course of the 19th century . The name “
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Polish Americans in California
Folk Dance Ideologies in Poland and Polonia
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