The Waltz dates back to 16th century European literature where it is referred to as a Weller or Spinner dance. A version of waltz was performed at the Austrian court late 17th Austrian court for Peter the Great and a form of waltz called Waltzer was done in around 1750 in Bavaria and Tyrol and spread out to the suburbs. The word "waltz" is associated with turning and spinning. It became very popular in Vienna in the 1780's and eventually spread to other countries. In 1920, Vernon and Irene Castle popularized the Hesitation Waltz. There are currently many forms of waltz including the American waltz, Viennese waltz, International Standard waltz, Cross Step waltz, Scandinavian waltz, Peruvian waltz, Curacaon waltz from the Caribbean, Mexican waltz to Spanish music, Cajun waltz, Venezuelan waltz Contra waltz and Valse Musette from the late 19th century.