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No Italian wedding or celebration would be complete without the rhythmic song and dance of the tarantella. It is the most popular of all the Italian songs and it is even considered by many as the song of Italy. The song is both lively and graceful and the dance is one of light and quick steps mixed with passionate gestures. Its origin dates back to the Middles Ages and traces of a similar song can even be found in Magna Graecia.
Legend states that between the 15th and 17th centuries an epidemic of tarantism swept through the town of Taranto in southern Italy. This was as a result of being bit by the poisonous tarantula spider. The victim, which is referred to as the tarantata, was almost always a woman but never a high ranking lady or one
Of these two variations that most popular is the one in which the victim is bitten by the poisonous tarantula. This is why the tarantella is sometimes referred to as the dance of the spider.
I had the opportunity to attend the St. Rocco festival that is held every year in Pittsburgh, PA. The festival is located behind St. Raphael's school in Morningside. During the festival the folk group "I Paesani" performed a number of dances. Below is the group dancing the Tarantella Calabrese.
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ORIGIN:In early April 2015, several rumors warning mobile phone users of a malware attachment known as the Dance of the Pope (later Dance of the Hillary) began to circulate. Many versions claimed the Dance of the Pope was an infected attachment (often a GIF or video), and that users who opened the file using services such as BlackBerry Messenger or WhatsApp risked the loss of all their cell phone data.
A common thread in the rumors was its source: most claimed the Dance of the Pope virus was reported on the radio. Although most mentioned that the virus was discussed on the radio, none said that the posters themselves had heard it. Folks spreading the rumor believed others had heard about the virus on the radio; but none of the major versions involved the person spreading the rumor having personally listened to a news report.
We found no information suggesting the Dance of the Pope virus warning was anything but a rumor. No radio stations were linked to the purported announcement; no news outlets reported the story; none of the antivirus companies had heard of it; and, most tellingly, no one appeared to have experienced the virus on his own device. If the virus were real, many users would have encountered and unwittingly opened the attachment despite the circulating warning by now.
If the arrows that are slightly on top of each other green, those are freeze arrows. You can get rid of them by turning them off in Options after selecting the mode.
If they're not green, it might be a workout step (not 100% sure). You can turn workout steps off in Options after choosing Workout Mode.
If the arrows appear slightly on top of each other despite configuring the options above, it's probably just natural in the game.
Cariñosa usually involves two dancers, one male, one female, who dance facing one another.The dancers don't touch each other, but their dancing indicates their romantic interest in one another: they peek at each other around a handkerchief,and drop to one knee while their partner dances around them.The basic footwork is very similar to the steps used in a waltz: you'll move around the floor by first stepping to the side with your left foot, then moving your right foot next to your left. You'll finish off this series of three movements by tapping your left foot on the floor. Repeat this sequence of steps, this time beginning by stepping to the side with your right foot.
Spins are another fundamental element of cariñosa. They take up the last two bars of an eight-bar sequence. If you're the male half of the dancing pair, you'll either fold your hands behind your back, or put your hands on your hips: the best way to think of this modified hands-on-hips pose is to make sure your thumbs point inward toward your waist, and your knuckles rest on your love handles. If you're the female, hold your skirt up a few inches off the floor by taking each side of your skirt between your thumb and forefinger. You can either do two turns, one for each three-beat bar.. For the latter, you'll simply stand still for the last three-beat bar. You'll always be turning to the right.You can get more information on carinosa on:http://www.ehow.com/way_5434282_carinosa-dance-steps.html
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