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Viennese Waltz

This dance style differs from the Slow Waltz mainly in its speed: it is twice faster! The Viennese Waltz is a rotary dance where the dancers are constantly turning either right or left. The rapid whirling of a Viennese waltz requires a complete mutual understanding from the couple. Movement in a Viennese waltz should be performed smoothly and with grace, despite the swiftness of circling.

 
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Standard ballroom dance style

Viennese Waltz

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A deep dive into history

 

Viennese Waltz is actually the original form of the Waltz, emerging in the second half of the XVIII century influenced by German and Austrian dance styles. This dance gained incredible popularity due to enchanting music of famous  Austrian composer. Johann Strauss. In the XIX century Viennese waltz reached its peak of popularity.  Years go by, the fashion for dancing changes, but the waltz remains unchanged !

 

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