hambo


hambo
Swedish folk dance in three-four time

Phrontistery dictionary. 2013.

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  • Hambo — The hambo is a traditional dance that originated in Sweden in the late 1800s and early 1900s. It is a couple dance in ¾ time, danced to music played with a strong accent on the first beat and a tempo that varies from moderate to fast (100 to 120… …   Wikipedia

  • Hambo — Der Hambo ist ein schwedischer Volkstanz im Dreivierteltakt und wird paarweise getanzt. Inhaltsverzeichnis 1 Musik 2 Geschichte 3 Varianten 4 Wettbewerbe …   Deutsch Wikipedia

  • Hambo — Le hambo est une danse traditionnelle originaire de Suède qui s exécute en couple sur une mesure à 3/4 de temps. L une des origines probables du hambo est la polka mazurka qui était populaire en Europe pendant la deuxième moitié du… …   Wikipédia en Français

  • hambo — ˈhäm(ˌ)bü noun ( s) Etymology: Swedish, from Hambo, parish in Hälsingland, Sweden : a Swedish round danced to various melodies in triple time …   Useful english dictionary

  • hambo — /hahm booh /, n., pl. hambos. a Swedish folk dance in three quarter time, originating in the 16th century. [1920 25; < Sw, dial. shortening of Hanebo parish in Hälsingland, Sweden, after which the dance is named] * * * …   Universalium

  • hambo — ham·bo …   English syllables

  • hambo — s ( n, r el. er) DANS svensk folkdans …   Clue 9 Svensk Ordbok

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  • Jaakko Mäntyjärvi — (born 1963 in Turku, Finland) is a Finnish composer of classical music, and a professional translator. Contents 1 Education 2 Compositions 3 Works 4 …   Wikipedia

  • Walzer (Tanz) — Wiener Walzer Technik: Standard Art: Paartanz, auch Gruppentanz, Gesellschaftstanz, Turniertanz, Volkstanz, Tango Argentino Musik: Walzer …   Deutsch Wikipedia


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