Dances of the Peoples of the World  

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Dances of the Peoples of the World[1] (1978) is a film featuring the dances of Chechen actor/dancer Makhmud Esambayev.

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"After foreign tours he created his own team. Esambayev is the creator of the first solo dance program in the USSR "Dances of the Peoples of the World". He performed a huge number of various dances: "Chaban" (Chechen-Ingush, Uzbek), "Warrior" (Bashkir), "Golden God" (Indian), ritual "Dance of Fire" to the music of de Falla, "La Corrida" (Spanish ), "Dance with knives" (Tajik), etc. "

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"После зарубежных гастролей создал свой коллектив. Эсамбаев — создатель первой сольной танцевальной программы в СССР «Танцы народов мира». Исполнил огромное количество самых разнообразных танцев: «Чабан» (чечено-ингушский, узбекский), «Воин» (башкирский), «Золотой бог» (индийский), ритуальный «Танец огня» на музыку де Фальи, «Ла-коррида» (испанский), «Танец с ножами» (таджикский) и др."[2]




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