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dance doesn’t leave behind artifacts, we can’t really tell you who was the first caveman to get up and do a jig.There’s a little evidence of dancing in Egyptian tomb paintings) What we can tell you quite a lot about is…This dance, which may get its name from the German word for „turn,” first picked up speed in Vienna in the 1780s. Exactly where the basic steps came from though is unknown. (Some people think its roots are in the comparatively clumsy German folkdance called the „Landler.”) But its quick rise in popularity is much easier to explain: it was absolutely scandalous for its time. After all, it required (gasp!) touching. And one didn’t need a dance teacher to learn it, which meant hoi polloi could pick it up „“ although it’s worth

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