Dances of the 1920s and 1930s

This illustrated lecture discusses and demonstrated dances popular in the 1920s. It points out how ease of travel and the disappearance of social classes influenced dancing. Some of the following dances are discussed and demonstrated:
The Paso Doble
The bulls are in attack mode

The Paso Doble
The matador in his glory

Sometimes the Bull

Target audience: General audience. People interested in social dancing, history, historical societies and historical sites, colleges, universities, cruise ships, etc.

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