The Waltz is a dance that takes form in different cultures. In Italy it’s the Volta, in France it’s the Volte, in Germany, it’s the Weller and in Austria, where it originated, it’s called the Landler.
The Waltz gained its mainstream popularity in the 20th century when it became the hesitation waltz in 1913. Until the hesitation, couples would pass out from the waltz because of dizziness. A slower waltz was the result, and it is known as the Boston Waltz or the American Waltz.
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