De Secerat (Romania)


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De secerat (deh seh-tcheh-RAHT) is a dance from Maramureş,Romania, and is a song to accompany harvesting.It was presented by Cristian Florescu and Sonia Dion at the 2017 Stockton Folk Dance Camp at University of the Pacific. Note this video recording uses a shorter intro than the original music.

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