With this free course of 9 video lessons you will learn about the most important concepts to learn to dance Waltz
The waltz (from the Gallic Waltzes, which in turn comes from the Germanism Walzer, term from the German verb walzen, 'to turn, to roll') is an elegant musical dance at a slow pace, originating in Tyrol (Austria) in the twelfth century and southern Germany. The waltz conquered its rank of nobility in Vienna during the 1760s, and became fashionable in that city around the 1780s and quickly expanded to other countries. Some authors believe that the waltz had its origin in the voltte or volta, dance dance in three times practiced during the sixteenth century. The word waltz was born in the eighteenth century, when this dance was introduced in opera and ballet.
The waltz usually plays mainly at wedding parties and fifteen-year-old parties of girls in Latin America.