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Traditional Dances
around the world.
Prepared by ELS students.
Acting Class.
Traditional Dances
Saudi Arabia
Saudi Arabia
 This kind of traditional dance is wellknown in “Najd” in the middle region of
Saudi Arabia which is called “Alarda”.In
this picture we see a group of men
standing beside each other holding
swords and dressed in Saudi uniform.
Men dance such a dance during
celebrations like weddings.
 In the picture you see Germans dancing
in traditional clothes. It is called “Bavarian
Dance” and it is danced during the
Maypole celebration. This dance is
danced mostly in the area of Munich.
Maypole Dancing.
Taiwanese Dance.
Taiwanese Dance.
 The picture shows a traditional dance.
This kind of dance can be seen only in
theatrical shows. The dancer uses two
fans when she dances.
Korean Dance
Korean Dance.
 This is a Korean traditional dance “Tal
Chum”. It is played with traditional
instruments and there is always a story
behind it. The dancers/actors often
communicate with the audience when
they act. This play makes fun of the highranking class. Actors/dancers wear
masques and traditional costumes.
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Japanese Dance.
 “Nihon Buyo” is one of the traditional
dances in Japan. It is performed in
Kabuki which is a traditional stage
drama. A dancer wears a kimono –
Japanese traditional clothing. The dance
is accompanied with “Shamisen” – a
Japanese lute.
Peruvian Dance
 The “Diablada” is a dance that it is
performed every February for the feast of
the “Virgin of the Candelaria” in the city
of Puno.
 The "Diablada" represents the fight
between good and evil.
 At the end of the dance, the angels beat
the army of demons.
 The clothes that the dancers wear have
golden embroidering and can weight up
to 30 kg (66Lbs).
Albanian Dance
 The traditional Albanian dance is called
“valle”. It is danced in groups and
everyone holds hands and follows
calculated steps. This dance is common
in engagements, weddings or other
celebrations such as New Year.
Albanians love to dance throughout the
 This is the presentation. Thank you for
your attention. Always celebrate your
culture and appreciate the other ones.
Share your culture and learn from all the
cultures around you.
 Never forget where you came from. Be
proud !!!
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