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CADRILLE

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CADRILLE is an ethnic and ballroom pair dance. There are Moscow C., Volga, Ural C., etc. There are ethnic dances that are the variations of C.: the dances of four, six, seven, eight, kadrel, lantse, etc. It was popular in 19th – early 20th centuries during the games and bean­feasts in Belarusian, Russian, Ukrainian and multi­ethnic settlements of Bashkortostan. It is danced by an even number of pairs and usually has singing and instrumental accompaniment (mostly balalayka or harmonica). C. is often accompanied by chastushkas. The dance has a lively movement. The musical measure is 2/4, usually interspersed by 3/8 and 6/8 measures; consists of 5–6 figures; each of them has its own  name  (“siskin”,  “zhigun”,  “polka”  etc.) and special music. The majority of figures ends with circling of pairs, the dancers bow, and each next figure is separated from the previous by a pause (or the name announcement of the next figure, stamping or clapping). Ethnic dance ensemble n.a. F.Gaskarov has “Beloretsko­-avzyanskaya cadrille” in its repertoire.

F.G. Galieva

Publication date: 22.04.2021
Last updated: 30.08.2021