What is the meaning of foreign dance?


A foreign dance is one that is identified with a certain country. The flamenco, for instance, is a foreign dance that originated in the Andalusian region of Spain.

Any dance not native to one's own country can be termed a foreign dance. Many countries have a national dance that is an important part of the country's culture. Belly dancing originates from North Africa and the Middle East and is a popular form of entertainment at celebrations. Irish dancing includes jigs, reels, hornpipes and step dancing. Some famous dances that strongly identify with their countries of origin are the Brazilian samba, the Argentinean tango and the Cuban rumba.

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jig (Ireland) flamenco (Spain) can-can (France) syrtos (Greece)
Any dance not native or indiginous to an area.
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