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Oriental Dance - Egyptian Raks Sharki

Oriental dance, colloquiallly known as belly dance, is called Raks Sharki in Egypt. The word belly dance was translated from the French Dance du Ventre, but this description did not suit to this skillfully dance art. The Oriental dance requires a very good body sensation and the skill to move single body parts.

The basin, for example will be moved isolated from the upper body. The shoulders are circling, but the arms remain in rest position. The Raks Sharki includes soft, energetic snake movements that can be danced under certain use oft he muscles and must be practiced by the dancer for long time, so that they can be perceived by the viewer harmoniously. Accentuated and crisp movements can be achieved with fast stops and let loose the muscles.Egyptain Raks Sharki, Oriental dance, impressed by domestic physical movements.

The dance comes from the own center and is danced with energy outward. Soft, snake-like alternating with accented kicks the dancer improvises to Arab music with their Taxim solo intsrument, consisting of accordion, violin, kanoun, oud, tabla, Rique, Nay.

Raks Sharki is the elegant stage dance, enriched in ist modern variant with expansive steps of ballet and jazz dance. The Egyptian Raks Sharki is a young form of Oriental dance which developed in the 50s, influenced by the American revue films. The two-piece belly dance costume originated in this period.

Baladi and Foklore

Baladi is a folk solo dance of women, which has developed over 100 years ago when the Egyptian rural population relocated to Cairo. Baladi means „my home“ „my country“ and everyone has brought his own home to Cairo.

The Baladi is danced with simple steps and within physical movements, slightly leaning backwards, arms encircle simply the body and the dancer wears a dress, Galabeya called. Often it is danced with the  outgoing cloth of the Egyptians women, called Melaya, or Shamadan and cymbals.

Folklore dances are group dances, such as Saidi from Upper Egypt, danced by men and women, often with the dancestick as accessory. There are many different Egyptian folklore dances such as the fisher dance, spoon dance, mug dance, depending on the region of Egypt.
Charcater Dance and Fantasy Dance

Character Dances based on the technique of Modern Dance and let the dancer in the implementation much dancing freedom. Fantasy Dances are the very popular veil dances, wings veil dances, or dances with Chinese fan veils or dances with saber. The right music can be found in modern oriental music with Western elements.


The term describes both the Tango dance and the musical genre. The history of Tango Argentino begins on the Rio de la Plata. At the end of the 19th Century different nations and culture meet in Buenos Aires. A large amount of immigrants were from south Europe, Spaniards and Italiens but also Jews and African Slaves which were brought there from English trader. In the poor immigration quarters of the harbor cities were dominated by unemployment and poverty. The musical elements  have contributed tot he emergence of tango are varied, afroamericans with their Candombe from the Creoles, by the Habanera in Cuba as well as the the influence by the Central European immigrants. The Poles brought their Mazurka and the Bohemias their polka. The Germans added not only the bandoneon, the typical instrument of the tango, as well as the waltzes and landler with ist twists. For this hodgepodge of urban music and dance the Milonga originated, the forerunner of the Tango-Argentino. The musicians with their instruments flute, violin and guitar as well as piano and bandoneon moved from one dance hall and pub to the other.

In an environment full of prostitution, petty criminal and unemployment, the Tango was an integral part in the lives of poor harbor town residents.

Shortly after the first world war the tango finally made the jump across the Atlantic in the bars and clubs of Paris. He was promoted there to a successful fashion dance and also has danced in the upper classes in Argentina in so-called Tango de Salon. They typical dance moves of Argentine Tango are the Ochos (eights), air hooks, slip steps and turns, as well as pure body tension. At Tango-Oriental the movements of Argentine Tango blend with the soft and sensual movements of Oriental Dance.


The Samba is an Brazilian dance with African roots, arising during the 19th century. The original of African derived music and dance style belongs in ist European variant to the 5 Latin American dances and has little in common with the original Brazilian dance form.

Typical oft he Smaba are significant, rapid hip movements and the back and forth of the lower body, known as bouncen. Since Samba is not a stationary dance, creating a flowing movement across the floor. There are different rhythms in Samba. Samba is a Brazilian music style which mostly associated with the city of Rio de Janeiro, but it is played and danced in various forms in almost all of Brazil. There ist he Samba Enredo the Carnival parades, the played in a small group Samba Pagode, the traditional rural Samba de Roda, or the ballad like Samba Cancao.

In 1928, the first Samba school named Deixa Falar was founded in Rio. So the music was an important voice of the lower classes Rios, which mainly belonged to the black population. They style was named Samba de Morro, Samba from the hills with which the favelas were meant. At Samba-Oriental the movements of Samba blend with the soft and sensual movements of Oriental Dance.


Salsa is a modern ballroom dance from Latin America which is danced in pairs or in a group. His origins are in the USA and the Caribbean. As the Salsa music is the associated dance a connection of Afro-Caribbean and European styles of dance. French colonial masters and their slaves arrived in 1971 to Cuba and brought their customs, dances and music with them. In Cuban Oriente, the African drum and dance traditions were mixed with the guitar music of the Spanish farmer.

Today there are different salsa styles, for example New York Style, Kuban, Cumbia and many more.  The dance served as an important function for finding the suitable partner and to the conquest of a woman. The Cuban Guaguanco and the Colombian Cumbia are promotianal dances. The dance gets an erotic touch, often with a lot of self representation of the man. At Salsa-Oriental the movements of Salsa blend with the soft and sensual movements of Oriental Dance.

Heute gibt es verschiedene Salsa Stile, z.B. New York Style, Kuban, Cumbia Style und viele mehr.


Latin-American dances in short called Latin is a collective term for the following dances: Cha Cha Cha, Rumba, Paso Double, Jive. At Latin-Oriental the movements of Latin dance blend with the soft and sensual movements of Oriental Dance.

Gypsy dances

The gypsies were the dancers who spreaded the oriental dance in the world. Different styles have evolved. There are the Khawalye, the Balkan Gypsy, spirited and fiery to wind instruments, the Turkish Kashlamar, a faster rhythm, the dancer is dancing characteristics events from their daily lives, often with a lot of floor dance moves.

The Egyptian Gypsy dance, called Ghawazee is danced with the same named fast steps. Last but not least, the Russian gypsy dance, a high profile stage dance with complex steps.


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