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Gjergj Prevazi


The movement is the first non-verbal language among the forms of human communication. It is widely believed in scientific thought that the gesture was chronologically the first means that primitive people used to communicate with each other. Dance to our ancestors was an important spiritual food, later also religious. For the birth of dance, there are many versions of its origin, meaning and explanation. Due to the change in the historical, social, economic, climatic conditions, etc, nations, although they have preserved the main veins of tradition, have often reflected the change by modifying some aspects of the shapes, formations and characters of the jump, sometimes excluding from use functional and inappropriate non-creations, certain types of movements or figurations of certain dances, themes, dresses or even whole moving phrases. Albanian choreographic folklore or Albanian ethnochoreography are no exception. The Albanian language, in contrast to the Indo-European or Slavic languages, uses original terms in the denomination of popular choreography. Therefore, the words “kcim apo kërcim” (from the word itself meaning detachment from the ground) and “valle” (which is thought to derive from the word wave) are traditionally used. These words express originality and identity in the Albanian linguistic heritage. Our ethno-choreologist researchers during their numerous studies have highlighted the way and the very form of how figuration evolved in folk dances or dances. The Albanian folk dance and its early and original tradition sheds light on the history of ethnicity and ethnogenesis of the Albanians.

Keywords: movement, human communication, dance, origin, tradition, folk dance, Albanian ethnochoreography.

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