Παρασκευή, 2 Σεπτεμβρίου 2011


The Nubian folklore dance is collective dance participation of men and women of all ages associated with planting and harvesting seasons. Nubian Dance always be on the hormonal voice of young people and the tambourines rhythm and these dances are performed at weddings in the Nubia.

- The Nubian Dances.

- Dance of hands (palm) :
This type of dance performed in a large part of Upper Egypt in the area of north of Aswan city by the young people - men and women -, clapping with hands in the form of a harmonious and the girls are covered their faces in these dances. During the dance each man choosing one of these young girls to be a bride of the future.

- Al Basharia Dance:
This dance is performed at weddings of Al Basharia tribes which are inhabiting the eastern desert, which is located between the city of Aswan and the Red Sea.

- Wedding Dance:
This type of dance, which reflects the aspects of the wedding ceremony in the Nubian community which is depicted on the night of henna, a night before the wedding night. In this night, the bride and the groom decorating with henna and the next day is the wedding party where the the bride and the groom dancing in a amid masses of people.

- Alarajid Dance:
The word (Arajid) is Nubian word means (dance), this dance is formed by the voice hormones of young people on the tambourines rhythm, and this dance was performed at the weddings in ancient Nubia.

- Al tata Dance:
The word (Tata) is Nubian word means (Go Forward), a well-known song, sing it the young people with dance accompanied by a comic strip.

- Al carij Dance:
Al carij means in Nubia (dish made from palm tree) it is Nubian hand made which is such as dishes that adorn their homes. The girls dancing with it under the palm trees in Aswan. This dance performed by young girls only.

- Games Dance:
Nubia region famous for many of the games that boys and girls performed in their dance steps.

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  1. A very well worth visit woudl be at the Nubia Museum in Aswan - dance should be also learned through its history and outside of the context of club and show performances. On and all we will find that al cultures share many things in common including traditional dancing! "Al Carij" dance for instance is similar to a cypriot dance called "tatsia" , "wedding dance" is similar to the wedding ceremonies in india and so on! Smiles!!!

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