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Polka

The Polka Dance
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Andrew Medland

on 5 May 2011

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Transcript of Polka

Polka Dance The music and Polka is usually attributed to
a girl or a young woman by 1835 Polka had spread to
ballrooms in Prague where
it was called Pulka Polka was displaced by ragtime jazz
but was resurgence into popularity
after World War 2 when many Polish
Refugees went to the U.S. Polka was created in 1834 In U.S. there are three kind of Polka
and they are "Polish Style Polka",
"Chicago Honky" and the "Chicago
Push" On June 5, 2009 the Recording Academy, which hosts/produces the Grammy Awards, announced they were dropping the polka category immediately because of the fact that there was only one recording that was considered to be a "wide release item" Polka is Czech for "halfstep" The most well known polka song is
"Beer Barrel Polka" by Frank Yankovic European Immigration Brought Polka to Wisconsin and became their State
dance
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