Dating back from the Baroque and Renaissance era, Allemande is one of the most popular instrumental dance styles performed with baroque music during the 17th to 18th century. Couples who perform this dance hold one forearm and turn around each other to the right or to the left. To put it simply, it is a court dance with couples dancing with their arms interlaced. This dance does not involve fancy footwork but is mostly about passing the hands over partners’ heads in an elegant manner

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