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08.08 13:53 - 520 елемента.List of dances (Основен списък с танци).По-лесен за четене.Избягва излишните връзки.Активацията води до съдържанието на 520 елемента....
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Списък на танците. List of dances: По-лесен за четене. Избягва излишните връзки. Активацията води до съдържанието на 520 елемента: A-Z

A
Acharuli (грузински/Georgian folk dance)
  • Acro dance
  • Affranchi (Haiti)
  • Allemande
  • An Dro
  • Angama (from Japan"s Yaeyama Islands)
  • Ardha (Arab tribal war dance)
  • Argentine Tango
  • Arkan (Ukrainian, Hutsul)
  • Assyrian folk dance (Assyrian folk dances)
  • Attan (Pashtun)
  • Azonto (Ghanaian dance)
B Bachata (Dominican Republic, Latin Club, Folk)
  • Baagh Naach (Folk dance from Odisha, India)
  • Bagurumba (Folk dance of Assam, North-east India)
  • Balboa (Swing)
  • Ballet, category, also known as classical dancegentle dance
  • Ballos (Burзak tarlası oyunu)(Greece), (Turkey)
  • Ballroom dance, category
  • Ballu tundu (Sardinia)
  • Bandari dance
  • Bardo Chham (Folk dance of Arunachal, North-east India)
  • Barn dance, category
  • Baroque dance, category
  • Barynya (Russian, folk)
  • Basse danse (also Basse-dance, Bassadanse, Bassadanze. French and Italian Renaissance dances)
  • Basque dance
  • BBoying (Breakdance)
  • Belly dance /ориентал танц-gцbek/кючек/
  • Beguine, dance of Caribbean origin
  • Bergamask (Be dance, from Bergamo, Italy
  • Bhangra (Folk Dance of Northern India)
  • Bharatanatyam (Indian classical dance)
  • Big Apple (Line dance)
  • Bihu dance (Folk dance of Assam, India)
  • Biyelgee (Mongolian)
  • Black Bottom (see Lindy Hop)
  • Blues (Club dance, Swing)
  • Bolero (American Ballroom, Cuban, European)
  • Bollywood (Indian)
  • Bomba (African, Caribbean)
  • Bon Odori (Japanese)
  • Boogaloo
  • Boogie-woogie (Swing)
  • Bop, see Bop music, also ABA at List of dance organizations
  • Bossa nova (Brazil, see Bossa nova music)
  • Borrowdale (Zimbabweean, see Museve music)
  • Boston
  • Bourrйe (historical)
  • Branle (Bransle) (historical)
  • Breakaway (see Lindy Hop)
  • Breakdancing
  • Bugg
  • Bump and grind
  • Bunny Hop
  • Butoh (Japanese)
  • Butterfly dance (American contemporary)
  • Buyō (Japanese)
C Candle dance
  • Cat Daddy
  • Cajun dance, (Louisiana, United States Regional, Cajun)
    • Cajun Jig or Cajun One Step
    • Cajun Jitterbug and Two Step
    • Cajun Waltz
  • Cakewalk (Swing)
  • Calypso (Caribbean)
  • Candombe (Uruguayan)
  • Canaries dance (historical, Renaissance, court)
  • Can-can (Cancan, can can)
  • Capoeira (dance and martial art, Brazil)
  • Caporales (Bolivia)
  • Carabinier (Haiti)
  • Cariсosa (dance of love) Philippines
  • Carioca
  • Carol (Medieval)
  • Castle Walk
  • Căluş (Romanian ritual dance)
  • Ceroc (Modern Jive, Club)
  • Chaabi (Moroccan Berber dance)
  • Chacarera (Argentina)
  • Chaconne
  • Cha cha cha or Cha cha (Cuba, Latin Ballroom Social)
  • Chamame (Chamamй, Argentina)
  • Charleston
  • Chasapiko (Greece)
  • Cheerleading
  • Chicken Dance
  • Chicken Noodle Soup
  • Chhau dance (Folk dance of Odisha, India)
  • Chodzony (Poland)
  • Chula (Southern Brasil)
  • Chumba (Garifuna people in several Central America)
  • Cinquepace, Cinque-pace
  • Circassian Dance
  • Circle dance
  • Cirebon mask dance (Java, Indonesia)
  • Clog dance (British)
  • Clogging
  • Clowning
  • Cocek
  • Collegiate shag
  • Compas (Haiti, Guadeloupe, Martinique)
  • Condong
  • Conga
  • Contact improvisation
  • Contemporary dance
  • Contra dance
  • Cordax Greek / Roman erotic dance
  • Cossack dance
  • Cotillion
  • Country/western dance
  • Country dance
  • Country/Western Two-step
  • Courante (historical)
  • Court dance
  • Crip walk
  • Csбrdбs (Folk, Hungarian; also variants in Slovak dances, Rusyn dances, (Ukrainian dances, Lemko dances))
  • Cuarteto (Argentina)
  • Cueca (Argentina, Bolivia, Chile)
  • Cumbia (Colombia, Club)
  • Cumbia Villera (Argentina)
  • Cupid Shuffle
D Dabke (Arab folk dance native to the Levant)
  • Dab (America)
  • Dalkhai (Folk dance from Western Odisha, India)
  • Dancer"s Delight (Scottish)
  • Dances of Universal Peace
  • Danda nata (Folk dance from Odisha, India)
  • Dancehall
  • Dandia (Folk dance of Gujarat, India)
  • Danza de tijeras (Peru)
  • Dhalo (from Goa, йIndia)
  • Dhamail or Dhamal (from Sylhet, Bangladesh)
  • Diablada (Bolivia, Chile, Peru)Dab
  • Dilan (a Kurdish dance, Iran, Turkey, Iraq)
  • Disco
  • Dappan koothu
  • Doublebugg
  • Dougie
  • Dragon dance
  • Drobushki (Russia)
  • Duranguense
  • Dutty Wine - a West Indian, Dancehall-inspired dance
E East Coast Swing
  • Eisa
  • Electro dance
  • Electric Slide
  • English Country Dance
  • Ethnic dance
  • Erotic
  • Exotic Pole Dance
F Fan dance (Chinese or burlesque)
  • Fandango (Spain)
  • Farandole (Provenзal)
  • Faroese dance
  • Farruca
  • Flamenco (Spanish/Roma)
  • Folk dance
  • Formation dance
  • Forrу (dance from northeast of Brazil)
  • Foxtrot (Ballroom Social)
  • Freak dancing
  • The Freddy
  • Frevo
  • Frug
  • Freestyle
G Galliard
  • Galop
  • Garba (folk dance of state of Gujarat, India)
  • Gankino (Bulgaria)
  • Gangnam Style
  • Gavotte (Brittany), Gavot (historical)
  • Gaudiya Nritya (West Bengal, India)
  • Gigue
  • Ghoomar (Folk Dance of Rajasthan, Northern India)
  • Ghumura Dance (Folk dance of Kalahandi, Orissa/Odisha, India).
  • Giddha (Folk dance of Northern India)
  • Gombey (Bermuda)
  • Gotipua (Odisha, India)
  • Grizzly Bear
  • Grinding
  • Guaguancу
  • Guapacha (dance)
  • Gumboot dance (Africa)
H Hakken (Dutch)
  • Halay (Turkish, Folk)
  • Hambo (Scandinavian, Folk)
  • Hand jive
  • Hardcore Dancing (Urban American Hardcore)
  • Harlem Shake
  • Hasapiko (Greece)
  • Headbanging
  • Highland dancing
  • Hip hop dance
  • Historical dance
  • Hitch hike
  • Hokey Pokey, also known as Hokey-cokey, Okey-cokey
  • Hootchy-Kootchy
  • Humppa (see Music of Finland)
  • Hopak (Ukrainian)
  • House dance
  • Hora (many named versions; folk, Bulgarian, Israeli, Romanian, Ukrainian)
  • Horon (Turkish, Folk)
  • Hornpipe (Ireland)
  • Huayno (Peru)
  • Hula
  • Hully Gully
  • Hustle and its variant, New York Hustle (Club)
    • Latin Hustle
I Ice dancing
  • Ikariotikos (Greece)
  • Improv Tribal Style Belly Dance
  • Intercessory dance
  • International folk dance
  • Interpretive dance
  • Irish
    • Irish Dance
    • Irish Sean-Nуs Dance
    • Irish Stepdance
  • Israeli folk dancing
  • Immanuel Nartey, Binghi
J Japanese traditional dance (Japanese)
  • Jarabe tapatнo
  • Jarana
  • Jazz dance
  • Jenkka (see Music of Finland)
  • Jerkin"
  • Jig Ireland
  • Jig (Scottish country)
  • Jitterbug (Swing)
    • Cajun Jitterbug
  • Jitterbug Stroll (Line dance, Swing)
  • Jive (Ballroom, International Latin)
  • Joged (Indonesian)
  • John Wall dance
  • Jota (Spanish dance)
  • Jove Malaj Mome (Bulgarian folk dance)
  • Jumpstyle (Techno based dance)
  • Jonkunnu/Burry {Jamaican festival}
K Kachāshī (Okinawa, Japan)
  • Kalamatianos (Greece)
  • Kalymnikos (Greece)
  • Kamarinskaya (Russia)
  • Karsilama (Antikrystos, Marinella) (Greece, Romani)
  • Karşılama (Serbia, Iran, Turkey)
  • Kathak (Classical Indian dance)
  • Kathakali (India, incorporates dance)
  • Kazachok (Russia)
  • Keisabadi (Folk dance from Odisha, India)
  • Kerala Natanam (Indian dance created by Guru Gopinath)
  • Khasapiko (Greece)
  • Khattak Dance (Pashtun)
  • Khigga (Assyrian folk dance)
  • Khon (Thai dance)
  • Khorovod(Russia)
  • Kizomba (Angola)
  • Kleistos (Greece)
  • Klezmer (IsraeliJewish)
  • Klompendansen (Dutch)
  • Koftos (Greece)
  • Kolbasti (Turkey)
  • Kolo (Slavic)
  • Kolomyjka (Ukrainian)
  • Kontradans (Haiti)
  • Kopanitsa (Bulgaria)
  • Kotsari or Kochari (Armenian: Քոչարի; Turkish: Koзari; Greek: Κότσαρι; Georgian: ქოჩარი; Laz: Koзari; Azerbaijani: Kцзəri)
  • Kozachok (Ukrainian)
  • Krakowiak (Poland)
  • Krishnanattam (India)
  • Krumping
  • Kuchipudi (Classical Indian dance)
  • Kurdish dance (Iran and Iraq)
  • Kujawiak (Poland)
  • Kumina {African/Jamaican}
L La Cucaracha
  • Lambada
  • Lambeth Walk
  • Landler (Quadrille)
  • Lap dance
  • Latin dance
  • Lavani (Indian, Maharashtra)
  • Lavolta
  • Lдndler (Austria)
  • Legong
  • Lerikos (Greece)
  • LeRoc (Modern Jive, Ceroc)
  • Letkajenkka (also known as Letkis, Letkajenka, Letkiss, Letka-Enka, Let"s Kiss Jenka, La Yenka)
  • Leventikos (Greece)
  • Lezginka (Russian Caucasus Region)
  • Limbo (dancers pass under horizontal pole)
  • Lindy Hop (Swing)
  • Line dance
  • Lion dance
  • Liscio (Italian traditional music and dance inspired to Waltz, Polka and Mazurka)
  • Locking
  • Long Sword
  • Loure (historical)
  • Lurish dance (Iran and Iraq)
  • Lyrical dance
M Macarena (Spain)
  • Madison (Line dance)
  • Maglalatik (Folk Dance of Philippines)
  • Malaguena
  • Mambo (American Ballroom, of Cuban origin)
  • Manipuri (Classical Indian Dance)
  • Mapale
  • Marimba (Guatemala)
  • Marinera (Peru)
  • Mashed Potato
  • Matachin (Matachines)
  • Maypole dance
  • Maxixe (Social)
  • Mazur (dance) (Poland)
  • Mazurka (Poland)
  • Medieval dance
  • Melbourne Shuffle (Australia)
  • Merengue (Latin Club)
  • Mйringue (Haiti)
  • Metelytsia ((Ukrainian), khorovod)
  • Milonga (see Argentine Tango)
  • Minuet
  • Morenada (Bolivia)
  • Modern dance
  • Modern Jive
  • Mohiniyattam (Indian classical dance)
  • Molly dance
  • Moonwalker
  • Morris dance
  • Moshing
  • Muiсeira (Galicia, Spain)
N Novelty and fad dances
  • The Nutbush
  • Nacnī (Folk dance from Odisha/Orissa)
O Oberek (also called Obertas or Ober, Poland)
  • Odissi AKA Orissi (Odisha, India)
  • Ojapali (folk dance from Assam, India
P Pachanga
  • Pagode
  • Palo de Mayo (Nicaragua), Afro-Caribbean influence, not to be confused with Maypole dance
  • Panthi (Folk dance of Chhattisgarh, India)
  • Pantomime
  • Pantsula (South Africa)
  • Para Para
  • Parasol dance (Japan)
  • Participation dance
  • Partner dance
  • Passacaglia (Passacaille) (historical)
  • Passepied (historical)
  • Pasillo
  • Pasodoble (Spanish Ballroom, International Latin)
  • Pavane (historical)
  • Peabody (ballroom)
  • Peewee style (originated by Pee-wee Herman in Pee-wee"s Big Adventure)
  • Pentozalis (Greece)
  • Persian dance (Iran).
  • Pidikhtos (Greece)
    • Kastrinos Pidikhtos (Greece)
    • Malevyziotiko Pidikhtos (Greece)
  • Pogo (A punk dance, consisting of jumping up and down)
  • Pogonisios (Greece)
  • Pole dancing
  • Polka - many named versions (Ballroom, Folk, Historical)
  • Polka-mazurka
  • Polonaise
  • Pols (Norway, Folk, see Polska)
  • Polska (pl.: Polskor; Sweden, Folk)
  • Pom Squad
  • Pony
  • Popping
  • Pop, Lock, and Drop It (Hip hop)
  • Prophetic dance
  • Pryvit (Ukrainian)
  • Punta (Honduras)
  • Push (Swing, Texas)
  • Pyrrhichios (Dance from Pontos; Greek Black Sea)
  • Pakurumo

Pointe

Q Qinisa
  • Quadrille
  • Quickstep (Ballroom)
  • Quebradita (Mexico)
  • Quadradinho (Brazil)
R Raas
  • Rain dancing
  • Ramvong (Cambodia)
  • Rapper sword
  • Raut Nacha (Folk dance of Chhattisgarh, India)
  • Raqs Sharqi ("belly dance")
  • Rebetiko dances (Greece)
  • Red River Jig (Canadian Mйtis)
  • Redowa
  • Reel (Irish and Scottish)
  • Regency dance
  • Reggaeton
  • Renaissance dance
  • Rhumba (aka ballroom rumba; International Latin & American Rhythm)
  • Rigaudon, Rigadoon
  • Robot dance
  • Rock and Roll
    • Acrobatic Rock"n"Roll
  • Round dance (two kinds: circular chain, couples)
  • Rumba (Cuba)
S Salsa (Latin Club)
  • Salsa Rueda (Latin Club, Round)
  • Sambalpuri (India)
  • Samba
  • Samba dance
  • Samba de Gafieira
  • Samba (ballroom)
  • Sarabande (Saraband)
  • swing
  • Sardana (Catalonia)
  • Sattriya dance (Assam, India)
  • Schottische
  • Scottish country dance
  • Scottish highland dance
  • Sean-Nуs Dance (Ireland - Irish Dance in Sean Nуs "Old Style")
  • Seguidilla (Spanish, folk)
  • Sequence dance
  • Serra (Greece)
  • Set Dance Ireland
  • Sevillana (Spain)
  • Shag (Swing)
    • Carolina Shag
    • Collegiate Shag
    • St. Louis Shag
  • Shake
  • Shim Sham (Line dance)
  • Shimmy
  • Shuffle
  • Single Swing (Single Time Swing)
  • Sirtaki (Syrtaki, Zorba) (Greece)
  • Skank (dance)
  • Skip jive
  • Slдngpolska (Sweden, Folk, see Polska)
  • Slip jig (Ireland)
  • Slow dance
  • Slow Foxtrot - also known as Foxtrot and Slowfox (Ballroom)
  • Social dance
  • Son (Mayan, Guatemala/Mexico)
  • Sousta (Greece)
  • Bulgarian Sousta (Greece)
  • Cretan Sousta (Greece)
  • Dodecanese Sousta (Greece)
  • Macedonian Sousta (Greece)
  • Megarian Sousta (Greece)
  • Square dance
  • Traditional square dance
  • Modern Western square dance
  • Stage diving
  • Stanky Legg (GS Boys)
  • Step dance (Ireland)
  • Stiletto dance (American contemporary solo dance)
  • Street dance
  • The Strictly (British television dance)
  • Swing (both as family of dances and as specific Texas dance)
  • Suzie Q
  • Syrtos (Greece)
  • Cretan Syrtos (Greece)
  • Kalamatianos Syrtos (Mainland Syrtos) (Greece)
  • Kapoutzidon Syrtos (Greece)
  • Nisiotiko Syrtos (Island Syrtos) (Greece)
  • Silyvriano Syrtos (Greece
  • Sarrada (Brazil)
  • Sarrada no ar (Brazil)
T Tambourin (Provenзal)
  • Tandav (India)
  • Tango (Argentina) (Ballroom, Social, Club)
    • Argentine Tango - also known as Tango Argentino (Social)
    • Uruguayan Tango - also known as Tango Uruguayo (Social)
    • Ballroom Tango - competitive and social dance styles
    • Brazilian Tango - see Maxixe
    • Finnish tango
  • Thirayattam (Indian Ethnic dance)
  • Tanoura (Egyptian dance)
  • Tap Charleston (see Lindy Hop)
  • Tap dance
  • Tarantella (Italian, folk)
  • Tau"olunga (Tongan or Samoan - Polynesian origins)
  • Tecktonik ("tck")
  • Temani (IsraeliJewish dance)
  • Texas Tommy (see Lindy Hop)
  • The Thistle (Scottish ladies" solo step dance))
  • Tinikling (Philippines)
  • Time Warp
  • Tinku (Bolivia, Peru)
  • Tondero (Peru)
  • Tourdion (historical)
  • Traditional dance
  • Tranky Doo (Swing, Line dance)
  • Trata (Greece)
  • Trepak (Russian, folk)
  • Tribal Style Belly Dance
  • Troika (Folk, Russian, Cajun)
  • Tsakonikos (Greece)
  • Tsamiko (Greece)
  • Tsifteteli (Tsifte-Teli) (Зifte-telli) (Turkish) (Greece)(Romani)(Arabic)
  • Tsirigotikos (Kythiraikos, Bourdaris) (Greece)
  • Tsyganochka, ("Gypsie Girl") Russian
  • Tumba
  • Tutting
  • Twerking
  • Twerking
  • Twist
  • Two-step
    • Cajun Two Step
    • Country/Western Two-step
    • Nightclub two-step - also known as California Two-step, abbrn: NC2S
    • Progressive Double Two
  • Twoubadou (Haiti)
U Universal Peace, Dances of
  • Ukrainian dance
  • Upa or Upa Habanera, claimed by some to be the origin of merengue music and dance.
  • Urban Dance
  V
  • Vals (Argentina, tango style)
  • Valse а deux temps (Valse а deux pas)
  • Verbunkos
  • Vintage dance
  • Virginia reel
  • Vogue (dance)
  • Volte (also Volta, La volta or Lavolta, Renaissance)
W Waacking
  • Waltz (ballroom, social)
    • Boston (dance)
      • Walking Boston
    • Cajun Waltz
    • Elizabeth Waltz
    • Cross-step waltz
    • Hesitation Waltz
    • Slow waltz - known as Waltz in ballroom context (ballroom)
    • Viennese Waltz (ballroom, social)
    • Valse а deux temps (Valse а deux pas)
  • Watusi (fad dance)
  • West Coast Swing ("WCS"; Swing, United States)
  • Western swing (United States)
    • Sophisticated Swing (an older name of WCS)
  • Western promenade dance
  • Whip (Swing, Texas)
  • Whirling
  • Winterguard
  • Wolosso (Ivory Coast)
  • Worship dance
X Xibelani (traditional Shangaan (South Africa)) Y Yablochko (Russian, folk)
  • Yakshagana (Karnataka, India)
  • YMCA
  • Yosakoi (Japanese)
  • Yowla (rifle dance from (UAE)
Z Zamacueca
  • Zamba (Argentina)
  • Zapateado (Spain)
  • Zapin (Malay traditional dancing, Malaysia)
  • Zeipelled Zeibetiko, Zembetiko, Zebetiko, and Zembekiko; Greece)
  • Zeibeks (Turkey)
  • Zonaradiko (Thrace)
  • Zorba"s dance, another name for Sirtaki (of Greek origin)
  • Zouk (Guadeloupe, Martinique, Haiti, Brazil)
  • Zouk-Lambada (Brazil)
  • Zumba (Colombia)
  • Zwiefacher (Germany)
  • Zydeco (Louisiana, U.S.)
  • zombie
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1. kvg55 - stefbelchev,
08.08 14:20
Да се ненадяваш, такъв океан от танци.
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2. stefbelchev - Опознаването на света и народите води до алековото
08.08 14:28
Опознаването на света и народите води до резултат близък до алековото Опознай Родината за да я обикнеш...
Всеки от нас майка го е раждала и е свидна част от нечие семейство, за радост и опора.
А слънцето, водата, вуздуха и водата са за всеки.
kvg55 написа:
Да се ненадяваш, такъв океан от танци.

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