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Polish Dance in Southern California: Krakusy's repertoire (1843 words)
She taught the group the stylized dances from the repertoire of the large state group.
The repertoire of the group was enriched with dances of the Podhale area when a new dancer arrived with his expertise and a talent for spectacular leaps and acrobatic figures (that usually do not occur in folk dances of the area and typically constitute an addition based on Soviet choreography and Russian folk dances).
He changed almost all of the dances in the repertoire into less stylized, authentic dances danced to authentic music played on folk instruments rather than the professionally recorded music to which Krakusy's previous dances were performed.
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