Java (dance)

The Java is a society dance to music in 3/4-time that was popular in the 1920s for a short time.

The Java Dance originated from the musette culture at the beginning of the 20th century. The cultural roots are in the milieu of the most entertaining of the Auvergnians balls in Paris and the banlieue.

The dance became known for pieces for the accordion, so by Jo Privat, Augusto Baldi, Emil Vacher.

He is a lively swinging Landler. His steps were formed from other dances and their characters or character combinations.