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Can-can - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia


** Can-can **

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For other uses, see Can-can (disambiguation).
Henri de Toulouse-Lautrec, 1895

The *can-can* (sometimes non-hyphenated as in the original French: *cancan*
French pronunciation: â€‹[kɑ̃kɑ̃]) is a high-energy and
physically demanding music hall dance, traditionally performed by a chorus
line of female dancers who wear costumes with long skirts, petticoats, and
black stockings. The main features of the dance are the lifting and
manipulation of the skirts, with high kicking and suggestive, provocative
body movements.

The /Infernal Galop/ from Jacques Offenbach's /Orpheus in the Underworld/
is the tune most associated with the can-can.^[1]


· 1 Origins
· 2 Performance
· 3 Perception
· 4 In art
· 5 See also
· 6 Notes
· 7 References
· 8 Further reading
· 9 External links


Toulouse-Lautrec, "Jane Avril dancing"

The /cancan/ first appeared in the working-class ballrooms of Montparnasse
in Paris in around 1830. It was a more lively version of the galop, a dance
in quick 2/4 time, which often featured as the final figure in the
quadrille.^[2] The cancan was, therefore, originally a dance for couples,
who indulged in high kicks and other gestures with arms and legs. It is
thought that they were influenced by the antics of a popular entertainer of
the 1820s, Charles Mazurier, who was well known for his acrobatic
performances, which included the grand écart or jump splits—later a
popular feature of the cancan. At this time, and throughout most of the
19th century in France, the dance was also known as the /chahut/. Both
words are French, /cancan/ meaning "tittle-tattle" or "scandal", hence a
scandalous dance, while /chahut/ meant "noise" or "uproar". The dance did
cause something of a scandal, and for a


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