Tau`olunga

The tau{okina}olunga is a traditional Tongan dance. The type of dance is comparable with (some) Hawai{okina}ian hula or the Tahitian {okina}aparima. ==Performance== The tau`olunga is a dance for virgins, especially for them to show off at their wedding day. But it can be danced at any special occasion. Often it is performed by a small group of gi....
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tau`olunga

(from the article `music and dance, Oceanic`) ...the same movements are used. In the 20th century, Polynesian dances can be classified into six genres, three of which have survived from ...
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