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 Waltz - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
The waltz is a ballroom and folk dance in 3/4 time, done primarily in closed position.
The waltz first became fashionable in Vienna around the 1780s, spreading to many other countries in the years to follow.
The waltz is assumed by some to be a descendant of the lavolta.
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The waltz in Vicente Martin's opera Una cosa rara, produced in Vienna (1776), is regarded as the first Viennese waltz.
The waltz was introduced in the United States via England in the early 19th cent.
Waltz This Way; In Vienna, it's easy to dance the night away.
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 Waltz Info - Encyclopedia WikiWhat.com   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-22)
The waltz is a couple dance in 3/4 time, done primarily in closed position, the commonest basic figure of which is a full turn in two measures using three steps per measure.
It is likely, however, that they could have had a common ancestor.
In the 1980s a punk rock band, The Stranglers, subverted the Waltz 3/4 time signature with many anti-establishment songs such as Golden Brown.
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