Devetorka (Balkan)


Commonly danced throughout Macedonia, Serbia, and Bulgaria
In 9/8 rhythm (QQQS)

You may also like

Abdala (Bulgaria)
Abdala (AHB-dah-lah), sometimes known as Vlasko Dajcovo, was learned by [...]
48 views
Adje Jano (Serbia)
Traditional Serbian dance from Kosovo “Come on Jana, let’s dance the kolo". [...]
45 views
Bavno Oro (Macedonia)
Beautiful three-part Macedonian dance. "Slow Dance" - originally taught by [...]
174 views
Belasicko (Macedonia)
Belasičko (BELL-ah-SEETCH-koh) is a line dance originating from the town of [...]
6 views
Bicak (Bulgaria)
Popular dance from Pirin (SW Bulgaria) Taught by Yves Moreau who learned it [...]
37 views
Bufcansko Oro (Macedonia)
Women's dance from the Macedonian village of Buf, region of Bitola 2/4 [...]
43 views
Cetvorka (Macedonia)
Četvorka (CHET-vohr-kah) means "In Fours." The dance was presented at the [...]
13 views
Cicovata (Bulgaria)
From the Vidin area, Northwest Bulgaria Taught by Steve Kotansky based on [...]
61 views
Cigansko Horo (Bulgaria)
There are many dances called Cigansko. This one is a variant of the dance [...]
2 views
Dafino Vino (Macedonia)
This is the version taught in the US by Iliana Bozhanova. There are other [...]
4 views
Daichovo Horo (Bulgaria)
“Dajco’s dance” Originally from North Bulgaria; danced throughout the [...]
69 views
Dedo Mili Dedo (Macedonia)
Dedo Mili Dedo (DEH-doh mee-lee DEH-doh) originated in Gradmanci in the [...]
6 views
Dobrudjanska Pandela (Bulgaria)
Dobrudjanska Pandela is a dance from Dobrudja, northeastern Bulgaria, [...]
3 views
Dospatsko Horo (Bulgaria)
Dospatsko Horo (doha-Paht-skoh hoh-ROH) was learned by Yves Moreau in [...]
41 views
Dzangurica (Bulgaria)
Introduced by Yves Moreau 1972 From the village of Dzangura in the Pirin [...]
34 views
Gori More (Serbian American)
Gori More (GO-ree MO-reh) is a Serbian-American dance apparently created by [...]
185 views
Imate Li Vino (Macedonia)
Imate Li Vino (EE-mah-teh lee VEE-noh) is a popular song from the Strumica [...]
4 views
Indijski Cocek (Rom/Macedonia)
Indijski Čoček (IN0dee-skee CHOH-check), meaning East Indian Čoček, is a [...]
24 views
Ivanice (Macedonia)
Lovely one-pattern Macedonian dance in SQQ rhythm. First presented in the [...]
39 views
Kalajdžisko (Macedonia)
Kalajdžisko dance comes from the town of Titoveles in the Titoveles region. [...]
2 views
Karamfil (Bulgaria)
"Carnation" -- name of rebel warrior and leader (Haiduk) mentioned in the [...]
75 views
Katerino Mome (Bulgaria)
From Pirin, Bulgaria "Katerina, why are you so beautiful and pretty? [...]
55 views
Kyustendilska Racenica (Bulgaria)
Basic Bulgarian line dance in QQS (7/8) rhythm This version of racenica is [...]
52 views
Mari Mariko (Bulgaria)
Introduced by Jaap Leegwater From Thrace “Dear Maria" Dance notes...
84 views
Opa Cupa (Rom/Serbia)
Choreographed by Andy Bettis, taught by Steve Kotansky Music made famous by [...]
61 views
Paidushko (Bulgaria)
Basic Bulgarian dance; 10-count phrase, 3/8 rhythm, swinging arms. Paidusko [...]
44 views
Prekid Kolo (Serbia)
The word "prekid" (preh-keed) means "pause." This dance was introduced b [...]
8 views
Rokoko Kolo (Croatia – Serbia)
This is a dance by Croatians who lived in Vojvoda in Serbia. The dance was [...]
3 views
Rumelaj (Macedonia)
Originally taught by Pece Atnovski and Atanas Koloravski as Jeni Jol Danced [...]
73 views
Sadi Moma (Bulgaria)
Two part Bulgarian dance, in SQQ rhythm From southwestern Bulgaria, Pirin [...]
43 views
Sandansko Horo (Bulgaria)
Introduced by Yves Moreau in 1969 Alternating bars of 9/16 (QQQS) and 13/16 [...]
59 views
Sestorka (Serbia)
Introduced by Dick Crum From East Serbia “Dance in Six"
57 views
Setnja (Serbia)
2-part Serbian dance from Sumadija; "promenade/ walking / stroll”. Beloved [...]
48 views
Setnja (Serbia)
Setnja ("Walking") was introduced by Dick Crum during the 1958 Stockton [...]
20 views
Tino Mori (Macedonia)
Macedonian dance in 7/8 rhythm, introduced by Atanas Koloravski "Tino" is a [...]
33 views
Vodarki Oro (Macedonia)
This is a Medley of dances from Ovčepol that were put together by Atanas [...]
2 views
Vranjanka (Sano Duso) (Serbia)
Vranjanka was learned in Yugoslavia by Richard Crum who introduced it at [...]
3 views
Zek Zek Dadumle (Serbia/Macedonia/Rom)
Introduced by Steve Kotansky Cocek-style dance done throughout the Balkans [...]
97 views