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Liscio or ballo liscio ("smooth" or "smooth dance" respectively in Italian) is a genre of music originating in the 19th century in the northern Italian region of Romagna under the influence of Viennese ballroom dances including the mazurka, waltz, polka, schottische, march. It later became popular and spread to the rest of the country. The accordion, which was also a 19th-century invention, features prominently. The tradition contrasts with older Italian folk dances in which the fiddle was the primary instrument.

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  • Liscio (italienisch für „glatt“, „geschmeidig“) ist ein traditioneller Gesellschaftstanz und Musikstil aus Italien, der im späten 19. Jahrhundert in der Romagna entstand.
  • Liscio or ballo liscio ("smooth" or "smooth dance" respectively in Italian) is a genre of music originating in the 19th century in the northern Italian region of Romagna under the influence of Viennese ballroom dances including the mazurka, waltz, polka, schottische, march. It later became popular and spread to the rest of the country. The accordion, which was also a 19th-century invention, features prominently. The tradition contrasts with older Italian folk dances in which the fiddle was the primary instrument.
  • Il liscio, originariamente conosciuto come musica da ballo romagnola, è un genere musicale popolare nato in Romagna tra la fine del XIX secolo e i primi decenni del XX secolo, che col passare degli anni si è diffuso in tutta Italia, con prevalenza per l'Italia settentrionale.
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  • Liscio (italienisch für „glatt“, „geschmeidig“) ist ein traditioneller Gesellschaftstanz und Musikstil aus Italien, der im späten 19. Jahrhundert in der Romagna entstand.
  • Liscio or ballo liscio ("smooth" or "smooth dance" respectively in Italian) is a genre of music originating in the 19th century in the northern Italian region of Romagna under the influence of Viennese ballroom dances including the mazurka, waltz, polka, schottische, march. It later became popular and spread to the rest of the country. The accordion, which was also a 19th-century invention, features prominently. The tradition contrasts with older Italian folk dances in which the fiddle was the primary instrument.
  • Il liscio, originariamente conosciuto come musica da ballo romagnola, è un genere musicale popolare nato in Romagna tra la fine del XIX secolo e i primi decenni del XX secolo, che col passare degli anni si è diffuso in tutta Italia, con prevalenza per l'Italia settentrionale. Gli elementi caratterizzanti di tale genere sono: l'esecuzione veloce da parte di strumenti solisti quali il clarinetto, il sassofono (prevalentemente nel liscio della Romagna e la fisarmonica (nel liscio emiliano e piemontese accompagnati da basso, chitarra e batteria. Le prime formazioni di liscio erano solo strumentali. Secondo Casadei fu il primo ad introdurre la figura di un cantante, sia uomo (1928, che donna (1952.
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