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Ahidous dance
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Morocco How to dance Ahidous Traditional berber dances of Morocco. Men and women stand on a row, tight, shoulder to shoulder, all doing the same movements at the same time to the rhythm of tambourine a... Read next

Ahwash dance
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Morocco How to dance Ahwash Traditional collective berber dances performed in high-Atlas or Anti-Atlas villages (south Morocco) during weddings or other celebrations. Generally there are 2 or 4 count ... Read next

Allaoui dance
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Algeria How to dance Allaoui Traditional war dance of Algeria.
Men standing neck and neck, as welded the ones with the others by stressing their bodies, striking feet. Allaoui is danced with a rifle or ... Read next

Branle dance
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France How to dance Branle Ensemble of old collective dances, in open or closed chain. They progress lateraly on the left and are binary ou ternary. Ternary branles include jumped steps that are more ... Read next

Brâul dance
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Romania How to dance Brâul Male line dance.
Brâul means belt, as formerly dancers were rigidly holden together by the belt. This restriction allowed only half-circle or short line formations. Nowadays i... Read next

Greek Dances  dance
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Greece How to dance greek dances Sirtaki, Hassapiko, Hassaposerviko, Zeybekiko, Dirlanda, Kalamatiano, Ballos, Karsilamas, Tsamiko, Syrto, Aptaliko Zeybekiko.
More than 4000 traditional dances. Each... Read next

Gwo ka dance
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Antilles How to dance Gwo ka Gwo ka combines song, rhythms and dance.
It's danced during popular gatherings like carnival, festivals and lewos – popular parties taking place on friday and saturday night... Read next

Halay dance
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Turkey armenia kurdistan How to dance Halay Traditional dance also common at armenians, azeris, kurdish and turkish people to comemorate weddings and other festivities. Dancers stand on a line and join hands or arms.Read next

Horo (or Oro) dance
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Bulgaria macedonia How to dance Horo Characteristic dances of the Balkans. Horos are danced on line, open circle, or spiral.
Dancers hold hands or belt. The open chain is lead. It's departure is called the head a... Read next

Israeli Dances dance
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Israel How to dance Israeli dances FREYLEKHS also called "hopke"(jump), is a jewish circle dance, joyfull and full of spirituality, whose steps are very different from a shtetl to another, keeping fre... Read next

Kuduro dance
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Angola How to dance Kuduro This dance developped in Angola on 1996 can be danced in a line with a madison like choreo. Kuduro means hard buttocks in portugese.
Tony Amado created this dance after watc... Read next

Kurdish dance
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Iran Kurdistan How to dance kurdish Kurdish dance is a group mixt dance similar to those of the Balkans.
Often danced on an open circle, holding hands, on births, weddings, Newrouz (new year) and other ceremo... Read next

Madison dance
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USA How to dance Madison Line dance of the 60's, Madison is learned easily and without a partner.
This dance continues to be performed in retro parties and wedding banquets, with four series of fo... Read next

Poco poco dance
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Indonesia Malaysia How to dance Poco poco Dancers, men and women, stand into rows and columns.
They perform the same motions all together moving successively to the four directions with swings, swaying-hips and a... Read next

Rancho dance
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Portugal How to dance Rancho This north Portugal couple dance is performed in rows or in a circle, according to the choreography. Each choreography tells a story. Traditional clothes represent poor pea... Read next

Salsa dance
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Cuba Colombia How to dance Salsa Latin couple dance, but can also be performed as a line dance, puerto rican Salsa, or Salsa suelta.
The cuban style or Casino is practiced with motion sa... Read next

Samba dance
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Brazil How to dance Samba Symbol of Brazil and the Rio Carnival, Samba is the festive dance of exuberance.
December the 2nd is the national day of Samba. Two count dance (music 2/4 or 2/2 and sometim... Read next

Sirtaki dance
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Greece How to dance Sirtaki "The butchers dance" (Hassapikos) became famous on 1964 with the movie Zorba the greek. Rhythm increases progressively from 2/4 to 4/4. Dance begins slow and ... Read next

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