La Maxixe (Mattchiche) - The London Novelty Orchestra - La Maxixe / The Boston Two-Step (Shellac)

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  2. The London Novelty Orchestra - The Boston Two-Step / La Maxixe (Mattchiche) - Regal - UK - MR Reply
  3. Optional styling: Take the 1st step of each Two-Step with a strong heel-lead. 2 Two-Step, turning individually away from ptr, swinging held hands fwd toward LOD. 3 Two-Step oscillating back to face ptr, swinging held hands back toward RLOD again. 4 Two-Step turning away from ptr again, but release hands and turn a full ° with this Two-. Reply
  4. The Maxixe (Max-ish, Mah-Sheesh or Mah-SHEESH-A and many other pronunciations) were also known as the Brazilian Tango or Mattchiche (similar and/or same dance) and came from Rio de Janeiro in Brazil in the late 's or early 's and went by the name 'the Gherkin.'. Reply
  5. Troy Kinney () wrote the following about the Maxixe: This is, virtually, a revival of the Two-step, plus certain Tango steps and enchainements (step sequences). Instead of the Tango's touch-and-turn-in of the foot, it employs a device of resting the heel on the floor, the foot pointed upward, while the body assumes a bent-over posture not particularly attractive. Reply
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  7. Maxixe discography and songs: Music profile for Maxixe, formed Genres: Modern Classical. Albums include Hommage à moi and Ereignislose Musik - Loose Music. Reply
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  9. Also known as: Brazilian Tango, Mattchiche Maxixe (pronounced Mah-SHEESH) is a name of dance and the genre of music used to accompany to it. It appeared in Rio de Janeiro in the end of the 19th century, at about the same time as the Tango was developing in Argentina and Uruguay. Both genres are often compared and had influenced each other. Reply

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