The popularity of these dancers subsequently spawned dozens of imitators, many of whom claimed to be from the original troupe. This section does not cite any sources. In his memoirs, Bloom states, "when the public learned that the literal translation was "belly dance", they delightedly concluded that it must be salacious and immoral Connoisseurs of Turkish style often say a dancer who cannot play the zils is not an accomplished dancer. The legs and long muscles of the back are strengthened by hip movements. Floorwork, which has been banned in Egypt since the midth century, is still an important part of Turkish belly dance. As well as the two-piece bedlah costume, full length dresses are sometimes worn, especially when dancing more earthy baladi styles.
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