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        Ned Wayburn created the Whirlwind Waltz for the brother and sister team by the name of " The Ceballos" (Hilaron and Rosalia) in 1907. The Ceballos performed the Whirwind Waltz in "the Passing Show of 1912".

    The Whirlwind Waltz is said to have some similarities to the Apache Dance. One part of the Whirlwind Waltz was that both Partners would alternately swing the other by the arms in a circle to Waltz time.
Waltz timeline (as close as I can find) follows: 1200s - Westphalia - (Province)
1525 - Dreher - (Germany) AKA: Walzer.
1556 - Volta /Valzer - (Province)
1580 - Fuhrungen - (Ausberg - Austria) aka Fuhrung, described by Montaigne in 1580.
1580 - Weller or Spinner - (Vienna) described by singer Kunz Haas in 1580.
1590 - Nizzarda - (France,) had similarities to the waltz.
1600 - La Volte -(France)
1670 - Walzen - Walzer - (Germany?) with song title "O du lieber Augustin."
1720 - Ländler / Hospur- (upper Austria) Johann Strauss is considered the father of.
1720 - Weller - (Vienna) - Precursor to the Waltz.
1750 - Waltz - (Germany) - 1st. True Waltz (but see Walzen).
1776 - Viennese Waltz - (Vienna) fast turning waltz.
1800 - Valse - (Germany)
1812 - Drekkar - (Germany) AKA: Imperial Waltz (England)
1816 - Mazy Waltz - (Vienna)
1820s - Hop Waltz - (n/a) AKA: La Sauteuse or Waltz á trois temps, Old Waltz, New Spring Waltz.
1834 - Boston/ American -(Boston, MA.) AKA: the Boston Dip became the Glide Waltz.
1840 - Columbine Waltz - (n/a)
1846 - Waltze À Cinque Temps (by Cellarius)
1860s - Waltz La Veliers - (France)
1866 - Gitana Waltz - (n/a)
1866 - Valse L' Americain - (Paris)
1864 - Redowa -(Bavaria)- really a polka.
1874 - Glide Waltz - (aka Boston dip) the glide replaced the dip.
1880s - Hesitation Waltz -(or Valse) later made popular by Vernon Castle.
1800s -
Knickerbocker Waltz (n/a)
1881 - College Step Waltz - (N.Y.) accepted 4/10/1881 by the American Society of Professors of Dancing.
1882 - Five Step Waltz

1900s - Valse Maurice -(USA)Created by Maurice Maurice.
1912 - Whirlwind Waltz -(USA) Created by Ned Wayburn.
1912 - Lame Duck Valse -(NY) Created by the Castles.
1912 - Nights of Gladness Waltz - (n/a)
1930s - Jitterbug Waltz (USA)
1937 - Swing Waltz
 

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Dancers

1907 - Ned Wayburn 1913 - Irene Weston 1914 - Jack Clifford
1912 - The Ceballos 1914 - Evelyn Nesbitt 1920 - Ray and Naldi
     
     
 

Associated Dances

Apache Dance Landler Volte Weller
Boston, the Two-Step Walzen  
Fuhrung Valse Walzer  
Hesitation Waltz Volta Waltz  

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Research words to help your searches!

Volta Dance Masters French Revolution Walzen
Gowns Ball Cotillions Stately
       
October 20, 2012
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