Here are images of the five stamps in a set depicting Turkish folk dances, printed by lithography, and issued by Turkey on September 9, 1969, Scott Nos. 1820-24, plus YouTube links to performances of these dances.
Here is an image of a stamp depicting Carmen Amaya (1918-1963), a celebrated Romani flamenco dancer and singer born in Barcelona, printed by photogravure, and issued by Spain on May 6, 1996 as a Europa stamp, Scott No. 2853, plus a publicity photo of the dancer, and a YouTube link to a scene from the 1939 movie "Maria de la O" featuring Carmen Amaya dancing.
Dancing farm worker, designed by Abdelaziz Gorgi (1928-2008), printed by photogravure, and issued by Tunisia on May 1, 1962 as one of a set of two stamps commemorating Labor Day, Scott No. 409. Bonuses: Extra hand, birds.
Dancing woman and World Health Organization emblem, designed by French artist André Peyrie, engraved by Claude Haley (1923-1988), and issued by Niger on April 8, 1968 to commemorate the 20th anniversary of WHO, Scott No. 206.
Female Romanian folk dancer in traditional costume, printed by photogravure, and issued by Romania on July 15, 1959 as one of a set of two stamps publicizing the Seventh World Youth Festival, held in Vienna, Austria, Scott No. 1279.
Woman dancer, printed by lithography, and issued by Canada on February 28, 2001 as one of a set of two stamps publicizing the IV Games of La Francophonie, held in Ottawa, Scott No. 1895. Note: The other stamp in this set depicts track-and-filed high jumper.
Young girls dancing, boys playing kayambas, and IYC emblem, printed by lithography, and issued by Kenya on February 5, 1979 as one of a set of four stamps publicizing the International Year of the Child, Scott No. 139. Note: The kayamba is a common traditional musical instrument in Kenya. It is made from reeds, seeds and wood. The kayamba is shaken either sideways or up and down to create the rhythm with a soft fluid sound. Bonus: Beach.
Here is an image of a stamp depicting a painting by Cuban Avant Guarde artist Domingo Ravenet (1905-1969) of the Invasion de la Conga de Los Hoyos, in which the conga dancers march around the streets of Santiago and visit the neighborhoods where the other famous congas are located, printed by lithography, and issued by Cuba on November 5, 1970 as one of four stamps in a Folklore set, Scott No. 1566, plus a YouTube link to the 2015 edition of the Invasion de la Conga de Los Hoyos.
Here is an image of a stamp depicting an allegorical marble statue entitled "La Danza" (1893), created by Italian sculptor Adriatico Froli (1858-1925), printed by lithography, and issued by Costa Rica on March 8, 1994 to commemorate the National Theatre, Scott No. 465, plus a photo of this statue.