Hungarian Dance - melodiousness and syncopation

Hungarian Dance is widely known throughout the world.This musical genre known for his controversial rate: melodic turns sharply replaced by sharp syncopation and rhythmic figures.It features intertwined gypsy, Italian, Slavic, Hungarian and Viennese music.Most often, the performance dancers dance begins with a general movement in a circle under a lyrical introduction, alternating subsequently swift pair dance.Musical dance size - 2/4 or 4/4.

Hungarian folk dance has its roots in the second half of the XVIII century, when born Verbunkos - the ancestor of this direction.He was executed in paragraphs recruitment of soldiers and army wires.This is evidenced by the title, which arose from the German word "Werbung", which can be translated as "recruitment".Traditionally, it is performed by both men and women.And girls often dressed in red skirts wide, taking in the whirl of the characteristic shape of the mushroom cap.

Palotash - Hungarian Dance like Czardas arising from Verbunkos.But, unlike the cza

rdas, palotash intended for performance at balls and celebrations ("Palota" translated from Hungarian means "palace").So he was more moderate and restrained, yet still fast and lively.Occurrence and czardas palotasha also dates from the mid-end of the XVIII century.

Csardas - Hungarian Dance formed from Verbunkos during its execution in a more peaceful environment."Csardas" is translated from the Hungarian language it means "inn".Accordingly, the name, it is often performed in restaurants and taverns, and, of course, this fact has made some daring and expression in the manner of its execution.

to Hungarian music in his work appealed many composers: Vittorio Monti, Franz Liszt, Johann Strauss, Pyotr Ilyich Tchaikovsky, Johannes Brahms.Hungarian Dance has become a topic for a whole series of works by Brahms.In many ways, it helped the emergence of creative interaction of German composer and pianist Johannes Brahms and the famous violin virtuoso Hungarians Edward belt.Accompanying his performances, Johannes imbued with love for the music of Hungary, emotional and expressive.This feeling was expressed in four notebooks of Hungarian music for piano four hands and three orchestral version of the Hungarian Dance.

Overall, the Hungarian folk dances and still popular with various dance groups.Also execute it like gypsies.It is thanks to them in due time and czardas Verbunkos were so widespread - this nomadic people dancing everywhere, wherever they appeared, and Hungarian dance, full of charm and a unique charm, conquered one country after another.

addition to Hungary, the most widely described dancing got in the regions closest to the historical homeland Verbunkos: Slovakia, Croatia, Slovenia and Vojvodina, Moravia and Transylvania.In these areas you can see this dance to this day.