Transdanubian Folk Dance: A Returning Dance Form
The article focuses on the Hungarian dances. The early folk dance in Hungary is uniform with the other European countries during the Renaissance and Middle Ages. Moreover, these traditional dances include leaping dances, herdsmen dances, and maiden's rounds which are often with a leader who directs the path of steps. On the other hand, the Hungarian dances during the 1700s represent the culture abroad while majority have feared that the folk dance was no longer a living form after the World War II.
Howton, Amy. "Transdanubian Folk Dance: A Returning Dance Form." JOPERD: The Journal of Physical Education, Recreation & Dance 79.4 (2008): 30-1. Print.
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