POLISH FOLK DANCES. Polish Folk Dances: Krakowiak, Polonaise, Mazurek, Oberek, Polka, Krzesany.
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- POLISH FOLK DANCES
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- Polish Folk Dances: Krakowiak, Polonaise, Mazurek, Oberek, Polka, Krzesany.
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- KRAKOWIAK The Krakowiak is a fast, syncopated Polish dance in duple time from the region of Krakow. This dance is known to imitate horses, the steps mimic their movement, for horses were well loved in the Krakow region of Poland for their civilian as well as military use.
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- Maopolska- voivodeship situated on the southern Polish. Krakowiak is danced right here. This region is located in the basin of the Vistula River. Where to dance Krakowiak? MAOPOLSKA Krakowiak is danced in Maopolska.
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- Link to video with dance: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VXbtEdgvNFU
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- Krakowiak dress Feminine attire consists of a colorful floral skirt, white blouse usually this beautifully decorated velvet bodice with sequins and beads. Complemented by a white embroidered dress apron and of course red beads around her neck. Wreath on his head. Male has got dark attire pants in fine red and white striped tunic decorated with sequins, belt, red boots, hat with a peacock feather
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- At our school 19 March 2010 Patrons Day The pupils are dancing krakowiak http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JW7ufQsCcUY
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- POLONAISE Polonaise is one of the national dances with a very solemn dignified character. time signature, moderate speed, rather slow. The attitude of dance characterized by dignity and the fluidity of movement
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- Polonaise is danced in all Polish regions it is the National dance. Where to dance Polonaise? Poland-unitary state in Central Europe, situated between the Baltic Sea to the north and the Sudeten and Carpathian Mountains in the south, in the basin of the Vistula and Oder. From the west, are adjacent to Germany, in the south of the Czech Republic and Slovakia to the east of Ukraine and Belarus, north east of Lithuania and the north of Russia.
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- Link to video with dance http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WIaA5otHo5Q
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- Nobility dress The basic elements of a noble outfit include zupan, galligaskins and shoes. This set was worn both on a daily basis at home and when traveling.
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- MAZUR Mazur is also the national Polish dance, very popular at the courts of the nobility. Mazur is danced in a very lively tempo and time signature . Mazur is a very energetic dance
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- Link to video with dance: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pCp2lh5Bed0
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- OBEREK Oberek folk dance with a lively rhythm and melody, also known as the fastest. Oberek is a dance of triple time, usually 3/8. The dance is dominated centrifuged, rapid movements, stamping dynamic at times, full of momentum.
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- Link to video with dance: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Jn306uKOuPM
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- Costumes for mazur and oberek. Male: Costume consists of long overcoats - white, dark blue or black with lined collar and belt color wrapped. Red or orange pants in the longitudinal stripes, tucked into a narrow, black boots. Feminine: This "colorful striped", that is, thick, woolen clothing. White blouse with a richly embroidered sleeves. Corset black, embroidered or striped - horizontal stripes, wide skirt with vertical stripes (red, green, black). On her head scarves
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- Where to dance Mazur and Oberek? Mazowsze Mazovia-region located in the central-eastern Poland.. Warsaw is the capital of Mazovia, there is also a center of Poland. Warsaw is the largest concentration of cultural and sport science Mazur and Oberek are danced in Mazovia.
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- Folk instruments
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- The violin- is a stringed instrument. The sound is clean and stimulating the senses. Violins have four strings: g, d, a, and e The soundboard has a beautiful shape and has a so-called "ephah" - decorative, but also performing the function of a sound emanating patterns cut into the box. At the resonance cavity is chin - as the name suggests, it is used to relying on the chin. Violin strings based on on the base, so you have such a beautiful sound. Violins have a neck, on which the game is played with your fingers. Above the threshold, and pins, which pulls the strings. A characteristic feature is the ornate violin snail.
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- Accordion -The accordion is a musical instrument. It belongs to the family of wind instruments. On the one hand, a harmony that happens and unfolds when playing rhythm. The other has a keyboard
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- Clarinet-It's a musical instrument. Instrument, it is wooden. For his family, the saxophone. It has a tuner. Blowing him to play. A characteristic feature is the progressivity of sound that seems.
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- Cello- has a large sound box with two holes in the shape of a stylized letter f and fretless fingerboard of the neck, ending in a distinctive head shape of the cochlea. Strings, supported by the bridge (also called the bridge) are tensioned tendons with wedge - pins, located on both sides of the head, on the other hand are hooked on the tailpiece. For convenient use razor tuning for changing the pitch of a vocal level.
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- THE END Przygotoway: Aneta Gajewska Paulina M czka kl. II gim