Polka is a Czech folk dance. The English name is polka, and dance music can be divided into three types: fast, slow and mazurka rhythm. Generally speaking, it is a two-step, three-step style with a lively and jumping rhythm. In the second half of the second shot, a slight pause in the decoration process is often performed.Smedana is the founder of Czech national music. He first used this form of dance for instrumental and opera creation.
The word “Polk” means “half-step” in Czech, describing a rapid change of one foot to the other in two-thirds of the time. It was originally a Czech peasant dance, originating in the former Bohemia of Czechoslovakia. Although it is believed to have evolved from Czech folk dance, bohemian historians believe that it was invented by a farmer girl on Sunday to entertain herself. In 1833, Polka entered the Prague Ballroom for the first time. After the successful performance of the Prague dance teacher in 1840, Polka broke into the salon and banquet hall in Paris. The sudden polka boom has ignited many young people who never dance. All dance schools teach polka together, but they still can’t meet the demand. By the middle of the 19th century, Polka had spread to Britain and the United States, replacing the village and zucchini with waltz. Polka fever makes other Central European dances very popular, such as garop, polonaise, redova, mazurka, skotik and other relatively simple steps. The dance moves are similar to waltz and polka, but the rhythm is similar to polka, two quarters of the beat. The main feature of Polish dance music is shooting 3/4 beats at medium speed. This is a solemn and solemn parade dance, often used as an opening for masked balls. But perhaps because of its form, it is not popular in dance-oriented dance halls. Bohemian redovar consists of three basic steps: the chase step, the normal waltz step and the two-step waltz step. Its music is a slow waltz. Mazurka was originally a Polish folk dance, using waltz music, but the second or third shot is usually accented. The steps include three basic components, such as a jump step, a sliding step, and a heel strike. Skotisk is a German folk dance consisting of two steps, sliding and jumping, with a rhythm of 2/4 and 4/4 time. Due to the popularity and popularity of these dances, the dance hall also has several dances in different sequences, and different proportions of dance combinations have greatly enriched the diversity and style of the ballroom.

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