The Victorian era was the beginning of a new age. Queen Victoria with Prince Albert paved the way for many advancements. Steam powered engines and new technologies were popping up everywhere. This was the beginning of ballroom dance as we know it today. The waltz reigned as Queen Victoria’s favorite dance. Round dances took the place of the called dances with the freedom for the couples to improvise new steps. Learn with your favorite Victorian princesses how to dance the varied dances of this age. You may even loose your shoe with Cinderella as you waltz one more time.
Victorian Era Historically Accurate Princess Dances
- Christmas Polka Line Dance with Hansel and Gretel. Learn More
- Nutcracker Kingdom of Fun-Children’s Gallop Victorian Gallopade Round dance 1794 – Learn More
- Nutcracker Flower Realm– Waltz of the flowers round dance-Learn More
Regency French Pirouette Waltz 1816,
Boston Glide Waltz 1830,
Victorian Diagonal Waltz 1860- Learn More
- Elsa & Anna How to Dance the Bohemian Polka for Frozen
(1820-1830) – Learn More
- Nutcracker Realm of Sweets– Spanish Chocolate, Victorian Cotillion dance mixer 1830 Spanish Waltz– Learn More
- Christmas Carol– ghost of Christmas Past-
Queen’s Waltz English country Dance Cotillion Mixer (1844) Learn More
- Snow Kingdom– Grand March 1855-1881 – Learn More
Cinderella– Varsovienne how to (1860) Learn More
- Steampunk Parasol Duel How to – Learn More
- Ursula Sea witch swimming costume How to – Learn More
- Swimming mermaid tail tutorial – Learn More
- Little Mermaid/Pirates on Stranger tides, How to Samba Line Dance 1880– Learn More
- Little Mermaid Ariel how to dance a Sailor Jig (1890’s) – Learn More
- Hook-The Apache Tango with Princess Tiger Lily (1890) – Learn More
- Sugar Plum Takeover! Victorian Glide Two Step round dance 1900. Learn More
- Anastasia (1901) Korobushka Victorian mixer dance how to-Learn More
Most Popular Victorian Dances
- Polka. A folk dance from Bohemia.
- Mazurka. A Polish folk dance from the Province of Mosavia.
- Galop. Originally from France, it was introduced to England in 1829 by H.M. Ball at St. James Palace.
- Waltz. Introduced to Germany at the end of the 18th century, it revolutionized couple dances, reflecting the rhythms of the Industrial Revolution (the turning of the steam engine) and the romanticism of the era.
- Cotillon. A series of musical dance games akin to parlor games, with exchanges of partners through chance and playful encounters.
Popular Victorian Round Dances
List of other sources for Victorian Dances
- Victorian Pride Link
- Victorian Era Dances- Link
- Social Dance Stanford –Link
- Victorana Magazine- Link
- Capering & Kickery Dance Card – Link
- Dance time publications – Link
Directory for all the Historically Accurate Princess Dances Link
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