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All Roads Lead to Praha
All Roads Lead to Praha
All Roads Lead to Praha
All Roads Lead to Praha
All Roads Lead to Praha
All Roads Lead to Praha

All Roads Lead to Praha

All Roads Lead to Praha: This tiny village in Fayette County is one of the state's oldest Czech communities. Not a lot of people live in Praha today, but as the size of the cemetery shows, a whole lot of people have roots there. Folks have been dancing in Praha since the mid-1800s. Here's a short history of the dance venues in Praha:

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These halls are no longer with us and have disappeared from storms, fire, and negligence. There are many more that have been stricken from the roles of a great place to go.

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Western Swing: Texas Born and Bread (With Light Crust Flour)

Western Swing music. “The secret was it had a good dance tempo, mmpah-mm-pah, a 2/4 rhythm. The thing that Milton said was ‘If I pattern my music and make it a good polka tempo out the songs I play, lay the polka tempo just a little bit harder, I think I’ll have a good band.’ When you boil it down, it was a good simple, polka beat.”---Leon “Pappy” Selph.

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