The Professional Standard section (occasionally called Professional Modern, in British tradition) of DanceSport covers the dances waltz, tango, viennese waltz, foxtrot and quickstep.
There were increasing attempts inside the "Association of Workers' Libraries" to resist the corporate state with legal cultural work, but these were stifled in 1936 with the decision to pass a new viennese public education law.
On the occasion of the 280th anniversary of Antonio Vivaldi's death, the Viennese chamber orchestra organized in summer 2021 a interdisciplinary multimedia project referring to the number 4 at the viennese Karlskirche titled "IV Viertual Dimensional Reality".
The couples performed cha-cha-cha, tango, viennese waltz or jive.
The inclusion of religious staff in the viennese asylum can be contrasted with additions of pathologists in other mental homes.
The couples danced freestyle, trio salsa involving another celebrity and viennese waltz.
As master of the league of the viennese city, a rose in the regional league.
Peter Havlicek (born April 17, 1963 in Vienna) is an Austrian musician - Kontragitarre (viennese harp-guitar), jazz guitar, composition, vocals.
The development of Volkssaenger (popular entertainers of viennese folk culture) promoted the Wienerlied and several songs gained great popularity.
Alfons Schilling is apparently a learned follower of viennese actionism.
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