We both enjoyed looking at this painting by Renoir, at the Musée d'Orsay in Paris. The dancers are in a world of their own enjoying the dance. It brought to mind the lyrics of Dancing in the Street, by songwriters: Marvin Gaye / William Stevenson / Ivy Hunter.
All we need is music, sweet music. There'll be music everywhere. There'll be swinging and swaying and records playing, Dancing in the street. Oh, it doesn't matter what you wear, Just as long as you are there. So come on, every guy, grab a girl. Everywhere around the world They're dancing. They're dancing in the street.
In this case, they were dancing in the Western suburb of Paris, a city called Bougival in one of the parks there. No doubt, in those days a band/or orchestra was playing.
“Dance is the hidden language of the soul.” Martha Graham