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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1 % of the survey participants disagreed with this opinion ( 11 . 7 % strongly
disagreed and 19 . 4 % disagreed ) . A higher level of disagreement was only
expressed in responses to two questions about the polka : ( 1 ) the issue of its
status as ...
3 % ) ; while merely 3 % strongly disagreed and 8 . 9 % disagreed ( a total of 11 .
9 % ) . Somewhat fewer respondents were able to dance the polka : only 55 . 8 %
agreed with a statement affirming their personal dance proficiency , while 31 .
When comparing the statistical results of the groups , it is easy to notice that the
Modjeska Club members rejected the idea of the polka being the “ main national
dance of Poland ” to a greatest extent ( 68 . 4 % strongly disagreed , total of 92 .
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Polish Americans in California
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