Dmitri Shostakovich - The First Waltz
Making the clip I used scenes from movies The Leopard (Il Gattopardo) by Luchino Visconti from 1963. Anna Karenina by Maurizio Millenotti from 1997, Anna Karenina by Joe Wright from 2013, Fanfan & A...
KATICA ILLÉNYI - Bolero
Violin: Katica Illenyi (Illényi Katica) Maurice Ravel: Bolero Arrangement: Rezső Ott (Ott Rezső) Győr Philharmonic Orchestra Con...
Wiener Cello Ensemble 5+1: Bolero
Wiener Cello Ensemble 5+1 Sebastian Bru Bernhard Hedenborg Florian Eggner Milan Karanovic Joanna Sachryn Gerhard Kaufmann
Fandango - Boccherini Fandango Castanets
The Carmina Quartet (Matthias Enderle, violin 1, Susanne Frank, violin 2, Wendy Champney, viola & Stephan Goerner, violoncello) plays the fourth movement (F...
Minuet
Minuet, an influential French Baroque Court dance, is performed by professional dancers. This is an excerpt from the DVD: How To Dance Through Time Vol. 4, w...
German dance
Clip of A geman Dance.
Bolero - CDT 2004 - Bolero Dance
BYU-I CDT 2004 Bolero Dance.
Bolero - Bolero On Ice - Torvill & Dean
The quintessential ice dance, the only one to score 6.0 from all judges, the legendary Torvill & Dean. Bolero from 1984 Olympics where they won gold. *High Q...
Bolero - Jorge Donn
Opera National de Beilgique Mus:Ravel Cho:Maurice Bejart Sol:Jorge Donn.
Waltz - UK 2007 Viennese Waltz Contest
IDSF OPEN AMATEUR STANDARD SEMI-FINAL ROUND DANCING THE VW Janurary 23rd, 2007 in Bournemouth England SEMI-FINAL 7th 22 Marat Gimaev & Alina Basyuk Russia 8t...
Waltz - Marcus & Karen Hilton
Marcus & Karen Hilton Viennese Waltz Showdance at WSS Name of the song is Chim Chim Cher-ee If you're not sure who they are, Marcus & Karen are the 9 time ...
Waltz - Austrian Open 2005
Viennese Waltz - 2005 Austrian Open 10 Dance Championship Final.
Waltz - Ben Ermis & Shalene Archer
Probably the best Smooth Viennese Waltz I've ever seen. It's very much the embodiment of American Smooth without looking overly flamboyant http://www.youtube...
Baroque dance
Baroque dance is dance of the Baroque era (roughly 1600–1750), closely linked with Baroque music, theatre and opera.
The majority of surviving choreographies from the period are English country da...
Polka
The Polka (literally meaning "Polish lady") is a Central European dance and also a genre of dance music familiar throughout Europe and the Americas. It originated in the middle of the 19th century in ...
Polka - Wikipedia
Waltz
The waltz (from Austrian: "Walzer") is a smooth, progressive ballroom and folk dance, normally in  triple  time, performed primarily in closed position.
WaltzThere are several referenc...
Waltz - Wikipedia
Ken Pierce
Ken Pierce is an American performer, teacher and historian of Renaissance and Baroque dance. He trained in ballet and modern dance at the American Ballet Theatre School and the Merce Cunningham studio...
Mazurka
The mazurka (in Polish, mazurek) is a Polish folk dance in triple meter, usually at a lively tempo, and with accent on the second or third beat.
The folk origins of the mazurek are two other Polis...
Mazurka - Wikipedia
Minuet
A minuet (/ˌmɪnjuːˈɛt/; also spelled menuet), is a social dance of French origin for two people, usually in 3/4 time. The word was adapted from Italian minuetto and French menuet, possibly from the Fr...
Galliard
The galliard (gaillarde in French; gagliarda in Italian) was a form of Renaissance dance and music popular all over Europe in the 16th century. It is mentioned in dance manuals from England, France, S...
Galliard - Wikipedia
Es gibt kein Bier auf Hawaii
"Es gibt kein Bier auf Hawaii" (There is no beer on Hawaii) is a German schlager song, performed by the German singer Paul Kuhn in 1963.
The singer laments that he can not marry his sweetheart, be...
Chaconne
A chaconne (/ʃəˈkɒn/; [ʃakɔn]; Spanish: chacona; Italian: ciaccona, [tʃakˈkoːna]) is a type of musical composition popular in the baroque era when it was much used as a vehicle for variation o...
Gigue
The gigue (/ʒiːɡ/; [ʒiɡ]) or giga ([ˈdʒiːɡa]) is a lively baroque dance originating from the British jig. It was imported into France in the mid-17th century and usually appears at the end of a suite....
Gigue - Wikipedia