Java (dance)

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The Java is a ballroom dance to music in 3/4 time that was popular for a short time in the 1920s.

The Java dance emerged from the musette culture at the beginning of the 20th century. The cultural roots are in the milieu of the balls entertained by the Auvergnaten in Paris and the Parisian banlieue .

The dance became known through pieces for the accordion, for example by Jo Privat , Augusto Baldi and Émile Vacher .

He is a lively, swinging country trader . His steps were formed from various other dances and their combinations of figures or figures.

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