European Sports Program
History and characteristics of the European Programme
In addition to the incendiary Latin melodys, slow dances have never ceased to exist and have subsequently produced a European programme (standard). It's not less popular, and in a long time, it's been a huge success in balls and various kinds of court holidays.
The dancers of the European programme have always been a red and inexorable sight - always luxury, furious and shiny lady dresses, galant and exquisite cavaliers, a sense of something celebratory and beautiful - all of which, unreservedly, attracted, attracted and would attract admirable human views.
A key role in building and developing Sports dances Play. English teachers and dancers♪ It is the Empire Society of Dance Teachers (ISTD) in 1924 that canonized 4 of the 5 dance dancers of the European dance programme (Standarta). Regrettably, the Vienna Walls didn't get into this cherished quintet because of the unfamiliarity of the British to him. The world ' s public still loves this unparalleled romance of dance, which has given the first impetus to a modern dance system.
The Vienna Walls showed up first. Chaikovsky, Strauss, and all of Europe is excited about this rusty, emotional, exciting dance. German Landler is his ancestor. However, Francis has his strong arguments in this regard. Of course, the great Ballet France found a form of steaming in its Volta dance in the 15-16 century, although we recognize that the true nature of the Vienna Valley was given by Lendler, as was the musical size in three quarters.
Interest in the search for new forms by artificial means was combined with the representation of the general public of Afro-Latinian people. Their rhythmic structure has generated the most vital interest, while the orchestras have actively promoted and complemented their own numerous interpretations.