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|Romances||Songs of the wartime||Duets||Old Russian Rock Groups||Bards||Russian Basso Profondo||Classic Ukranian songs||Songs from Famous Russian Cartoons||Balalaika Hits|
|Russian Tango||Female Vocal Groups||Songs from Popular Russian Films||
|Shostakovich - Waltz 2 From Jazz Suite||Dmitri Shostakovich - Lyric Waltz||Sviridov - The Snowstorm - Waltz||Waltz of the Flowers||Swan Lake Waltz||Waltz from Sleeping Beauty||Valse-Scherzo||Valse Sentimentale||Waltz of the Snowflakes|
|Tchaikovsky - Eugene Onegin Opera - Waltz||My tender beast||Na sopkah Manchzhurii||Waltz Masquerade||Casual waltz||Sevastopol waltz||Noch svetla||Russian Waltz||Destiny waltz|
|School Waltz||School Waltz 2||Andrei Petrov Valse from the movie Beware Of Automobile||Valts "St.Petersburg misteroes"||The Russian hussars Waltz||Waltz about Waltz||White Waltz||Autumn dreams|
|Moon Waltz||V lesy prifrontovom||Waves of Dunay||Amur Waves||May Waltz||Kiev walts||Waltz of separation||Sebastopol waltz||Etc|
The waltz (from German: "Walzer") is a smooth dance performed primarily in closed position.
Describing life in Vienna (dated at either 1776 or 1786), Don Curzio wrote, "The people were dancing mad [...] The ladies of Vienna are particularly celebrated for their grace and movements of waltzing of which they never tire."
The waltz became fashionable in Vienna around the 1780s, spreading to many other countries in the years to follow. It became fashionable in Britain during the Regency period, having been made respectable by the endorsement of Dorothea Lieven, wife of the Russian ambassador.
Influential dance master and author of instruction manuals, Thomas Wilson published A Description of the Correct Method of Waltzing in 1816.
Almack's, the most exclusive club in London, permitted the waltz though the entry in the Oxford English Dictionary shows that it was considered "riotous and indecent" as late as 1825. The waltz, and especially its closed position, became the example for the creation of many other ballroom dances. Subsequently, new types of waltz have developed, including many folk and several ballroom dances.
Among most famous Russian walses are
Georgy Sviridov - Waltz Snowstorm - YouTube
George Sviridov Waltz The Snowstorm Г.Свиридов вальс Метель.wmv - YouTube
[Aug 25, 2010] Вальс "Дунайские волны"8,858 views ivchev
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"Вальс цветов (Воспоминание о цветах)"
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Ivan Liashenko and Nick Shcherbakov Russian Waltz
Waltz of the Flowers from The Nutcracker
Waltz from Sleeping Beauty
Swan Lake Waltz
Waltz of the Snowflakes
Tchaikovsky - Eugene Onegin Opera - Waltz
Na sopkah Manchzhurii
Dmitri Shostakovich - Waltz 2 From Jazz Suite
Dmitri Shostakovich - Lyric Waltz
this is actaully waltz 2 from 'Suite for Variety Orchestra'
Aram Khachaturian - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Sviridov the Snowstorm Waltz
My tender beast
V lesy prifrontovom
School Waltz 2
Waltz about Waltz
Russian Waltz performed by Lawrence Ferrara
Waves of Dunay
The Russian hussars Waltz from the movie "o bedmon gusare zamolvite slovo"
Andrei Petrov Valse from the movie Beware Of Automobile
Walts "St.Petersburg misteries" by Andrey Petrov
Waltz of separation
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