Josef Strauss (August 20, 1827 - July 22, 1870) was an Austrian composer.
On today's date in 1853, the Viennese Theatrical News printed this notice: "At the big ball at Unger's Casino Josef Strauss performed his new waltz, entitled 'The First and the Last.' The waltz had to be repeated no less than six times."
Die Ersten und Letzten ('The First and the Last') waltz op. 1 (1853)
Do you know which country this would be:
Viva La Company
YEMENI JEWISH DANCE
PHILIPPINE DANCE TINIKLING
Finnish dance "Hevosen polkka"
Zorba The Greek Exotic Bellydancers
Dance in Romania
Women Dance from Bulgaria
love it nothing can pick me up better then some dance!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
History of dance music 1960-1969
History of dance music 1970-79
History of dance music 1980-1989
Famous ~Waltz Blue Danube Strauss
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Yea...lol...I'm going up to Harlem this evening...for a different accent on culture. Everybody have an excellent weekend, doing what ever it is you do!
The history of dance may be as long as the history of humankind and before. Dance does not leave behind clearly identifiable physical artifacts such as stone tools, hunting implements or cave paintings.
Many types of music to dances~ squaredancing, line dancing, etc.
Square Dancing (Hoedown)
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