MUSIC KALIEDOSCOPE - students in action

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STUDENTS PERFORMANCES:

SINGING AND DANCING

 

 

TRADITONAL AND MODER DANCES

 

THE SHOW - LENKA

PERFORMING:

VOCAL: PARTYCJA

DRUMS: MALWINA

KEYBOARD: MRS IWONA NOWAK

 

 

 MODERN DANCE BY POLISH STUDENTS

 


MARTYNA, MALWINA AND KINGA :)

 

 

POLISH STUDENTS WATCHING SPANISH MODERN DANCE

 

 

Blog
Ukulele and Song - Scotland

Ukulele and Singing from Mr Dove on Vimeo.

Spain: Modern Dance!

 

SPANISH HARLEM SHAKE

 

Before the Easter holidays we decided to do something for fun and end the second quarter of the course. All we all think that the best way was to make this video fashion.
 
The Harlem Shake is an Internet phenomenon based on viral videos began to gain fame in late January 2013, following the release of a video on YouTube.
 
Do you dare to do yours?

 

POLISH FOLKLORE

 

A LIITLE BIT OF POLISH FOLKLORE

FROM THE ARCHIVES

OF THE POLISH SCHOOL

SP 32 BIELSKO-BIAŁA
Polish Highlanders Dance presented by Magda, Michal and Daniel

 

Another dance of Polish Highlanders. Dancers: Kamila, Ola, Natalia, Maciek and Jakub

 

 

Two Polish dances: Kujawiak and Oberek presented by Kamila and Kamil

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ITALIAN STUDENTS ARE SINGING

 

FRANCE

GUADELOUPE - LOCAL DANCE

 

Gwo ka (Big drum) is both a family of hand drums and the music created with them, which is a major part of Guadeloupean folk music. There are seven rhythms in gwo ka, which are embellished by the drummers. Different sizes of drums establish the foundation and its flourishes, with the largest, the boula, playing the central rhythm and the smaller, markeur (or maké) drums embellishes upon it and interplays with the dancers, audience or singer.

Gwo ka is also played at Carnival and other celebrations.

A modernized and popularized form of gwo ka is well-known on the islands; it is known as gwo ka moderne.

GWO KA RHYTHMS

The influences (lifesyle and musical genre) of the "master" fusioned with this base to create the seven rhythms or dances: the Lewoz, the Mindé, the Kaladja, the Grage, the Roulé, the Granjanbel and the Toumblak.

The Lewoz is the war rhythm, used to give rhythm the attacks against the plantations, but was also an incantatory dance.

The Kaladja symbolises the struggle in love.

The Pagenbel is the cane cutting dance.

The Toumblak, like the Kaladja, deals with the love theme, belly dance, fertility dance.

The Grage accompanies the agricultural work.

The Roulé is the "creole waltz", to charm and mimic the whites.

The Mindé would have been the last rhythm to arrive in the islands with the "Congos" under contract after the abolition. It symbolises the carnival, collective celebration.

FROM WIKIPEDIA:http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Gwo_ka

 

 

 LITHUANIAN FOLK DANCE

"ŠLIAZO POLKA"

 

 

 

 

 

 

LITHUANIAN FOLK SONG

"ANT TILTO STOVĖJO" 

  

 

 

 

GREEK STUDENTS ARE SINGING

 

 

 

 

File archive

Folder Number of folders # of Documents  
Song from guadeloupe 0 2
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Turkish students are singing. We hope you enjoy it :))

 

 

Slovak students in action...dancing, singing, playing folks:

 

 Romanian Folklore

 

"Children, followers of folk art"

 

 Romanian students dancing Calusarii in Czech Republic, in Liptal Festival. 

 

 

 Vocal Group singing Romanian Folk songs

 

                                                THE GREEK TEAM DANCING AND SINGING

Τhe children  dance  traditional  dances during the folk  festival that organized in Chrisochori every September.

 

SCOTLAND

 HIGHLANDERS DANCE