Belasicko (Macedonia)


Belasičko (BELL-ah-SEETCH-koh) is a line dance originating from the town of Strumica. It is named for a nearby mountain, Belasička. The dance is done by the shepherds of the area. It was introduced by Atanas Kolarovski at the 1968 Stockton Folk Dance Camp. Dance notes…

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