Dospatsko Horo (Bulgaria)


Dospatsko Horo (doha-Paht-skoh hoh-ROH) was learned by Yves Moreau in December 1969 from Nasko Dimitrov. From the Rhodopes region, in 7/8 rhythm, the dance is from the town of Dospat in Smoljan, Bulgaria. It was first introduced my Yves Moreau at the 1970 Stockton Folk Dance Camp. Dance notes…

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