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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There are many folk dances that fall into the kujawiak / mazur / oberek category
besides the ones mentioned above : ksebka , obertas , okrągły ( round ) ,
okrąglak ( round ) , and owczarek ( shepherd ) . Oskar Kolberg stated in the first
Noskowski ' s comparison of the kujawiak to the mazur concluded with the
statement that “ it is slower in tempo and the accents are distributed more evenly .
. . As if in opposition tot he lively mazur the mood in the kujawiak is lyrical , often
It is interesting to note that the kujawiak that Eugene Ciejka danced and taught
differed from this ballet scene with a romantic narrative . In the 1950s , he danced
in New York and in 1990s he continued to teach in Southern California the ...
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