Muwashahat choreography by Ramile
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Persian classical dance has a rich history that developed on the territory of Persia, going through stages of prosperity and decline. Despite facing a religious ban inside Iran, the dance tradition has never been interrupted and continues to evolve outside of the country. Meanwhile, Muwashahat, which arose during the Arab conquest of the Iberian Peninsula, existed until the expulsion of the Arabs from Iberia at the beginning of the 16th century. In the 20th century, the dance was reconstructed by the great Egyptian choreographer Mahmoud Reda, based on frescoes, paintings, literature, and music.
In this educational video lesson, Ramile guides viewers through the different components of Persian classical dance, demonstrating each part step by step, and on music. Her teaching style is clear and effective, making this video suitable for both beginners and those looking to expand their repertoire for competitive programs.
By the end of the lesson, viewers will have a thorough understanding of the dance style, including the basic steps and handwork. Ramile’s expertise and passion for dance make this video a valuable resource for anyone looking to explore the beautiful art of Persian classical dance — Muwashahat.
In this video you will find:
- Detailed explanation of each part of choreography.
- Each part danced by count.
- Each part danced with music.
- Dance of full choreography with music in the end of the video.
Video length: 1:55:06
Choreography length: 03:04
Mirror view: Available
Difficulty level: Medium / Hard
Music: Lamma Bada Ytethena – Abdel Karim (YouTube)
Camera, sound, postproduction: Vladimir Kluchenkov
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