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The art or field of entertaining, especially that provided by performers.

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Entertainment; Dance

Spanish ritualised sword-dance or battle dance. The dancers are known for performing or reenacting a set drama based on the history of Montezuma.


Entertainment; Dance

Breton dance resembling a quick minuet. The term can also be used to describe the music to which a passepied is set.


Entertainment; Dance

Stately English Renaissance court dance. The step used in the pavane survives to the modern day in the hesitation step sometimes used in weddings.


Entertainment; Dance

Stately Polish dance; polonaise. Polonaise is a widespread dance in carnival parties.It is one of the five national dances of Poland.


Entertainment; Dance

Lively Bohemian dance for a couple. The name is generally thought[vague] to come from the Czech word půlka ("little half") – a reference to the short half-steps featuring in the ...


Entertainment; Dance

It is a light-hearted member of the standard ballroom dances. The movement of the dance is fast and powerfully flowing and sprinkled with syncopations.


Entertainment; Dance

Lively dance of the Scottish Highlands. Reel music is notated in duple time, either as 2/2 or 4/4.Reels are popular in the folk music of South West England.