—The Eye of the World, Chapter 27
The tiganza is a sensual dance performed by Tuatha'an women. The dance involves shuffling steps to the slow beat of drums, small circular turns, and a slow rotation of the hips that is emphasized by the sway of a fringed shawl. It is usually done barefoot to the light of the campfire.
Tiganza is similar to "Tzigane", a word for the Romani people who are nomadic like the Tuatha'an.