POLISH NATIONAL DANCES
In our country there are some typical, traditional dances.
Those dances came from various parts of Poland. In our
presenta...
1. Area of Poland: The people dance it all around Poland.
2. How old is it?: It dates back to XVI/XVII century. It’s
one o...
POLONAISE
najwybitni
ejszych
polskich
He name of the dance comes from Mazowsze, central
region of Poland. It is a nobel dance, which was most
popular in the the...
MAZUR
1. Oberek, also called obertas or ober, is a lively Polish
dance. The name "Oberek" is derived from "obracać
się" which in...
3. The "Polish-American Oberek" is a social dance,
originally brought to America by Polish immigrants in
late 1800s and ea...
OBEREK
Kujawiak is a Polish slow folk dance, it comes from
Kujawy, a region in the north of Poland. It dates back to
1830. It was...
KUJAWIAK
KRAKOWIAK
Krakowiak is a fast, syncopated Polish dance from
Kraków and the south of Poland. It became a
popular ballroom d...
KRAKOWIAK
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Polskie tańce narodowe

Polskie tańce narodowe
Published on: Mar 4, 2016
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  • 1. POLISH NATIONAL DANCES
  • 2. In our country there are some typical, traditional dances. Those dances came from various parts of Poland. In our presentation we would like to show you some of them. INTRODUCTION
  • 3. 1. Area of Poland: The people dance it all around Poland. 2. How old is it?: It dates back to XVI/XVII century. It’s one of first Polish dances. 3. Social background: Polonaise was danced by Polish nobility. 4. On what occasions was it danced? : It started balls. 5. Costumes: Man wore long gowns, linen trousers with belts. Woman wore caps with fur, coats, dresses with shirts and red shoes. 6. Now, the Polonaise is dancing at proms. POLONAISE
  • 4. POLONAISE najwybitni ejszych polskich
  • 5. He name of the dance comes from Mazowsze, central region of Poland. It is a nobel dance, which was most popular in the the nineteenth century and finaly danced also by middle classes. It is performed in costumes of noblility. The most distinctive element of both women's and men's clothes is a noble robe. The dance was known as early as the 16th century. During the 17th century it spread all over Poland and began to appear also in neighboring countries reaching France and influencing such dances as quadrille. MAZUR
  • 6. MAZUR
  • 7. 1. Oberek, also called obertas or ober, is a lively Polish dance. The name "Oberek" is derived from "obracać się" which in Polish means "to spin". It consists of many dance lifts and jumps. It is performed at a much quicker pace than the Polish waltz and is one of the national dances of Poland. This is the second-most popular dance of Polish Immigrants in America. 2. Oberek became popular at the end of the nineteenth century, although the first mention of " obertasie " comes from the seventeenth century. OBEREK
  • 8. 3. The "Polish-American Oberek" is a social dance, originally brought to America by Polish immigrants in late 1800s and early 1900s. This social dance derives from the folk dance oberek; however, the steps are slightly altered and the music is slightly different. Obereks are played by Polka bands throughout the United States. Oberek comes from Mazowsze-central part of Poland. 4. It is a dance of various social grups. OBEREK
  • 9. OBEREK
  • 10. Kujawiak is a Polish slow folk dance, it comes from Kujawy, a region in the north of Poland. It dates back to 1830. It was a part of wedding ceremonies.Women wore colorful dresses. Men had colorful striped pants and vests. It isn’t danced now. KUJAWIAK
  • 11. KUJAWIAK
  • 12. KRAKOWIAK Krakowiak is a fast, syncopated Polish dance from Kraków and the south of Poland. It became a popular ballroom dance in Vienna ("Krakauer") and Paris ("Cracovienne”). At first , the dance was danced only by the rural people, with time it was danced by all classes. KRAKOWIAK
  • 13. KRAKOWIAK
  • 14. Thank you for your attention 