Gori More (Serbian American)


Gori More (GO-ree MO-reh) is a Serbian-American dance apparently created by a group of young Serbians in Racine, Wisconsin, now popular both in the Serbian community in the Midwest and in international folk dance circles
4/4 rhythm; introduced by Lee Otterholt
Music – Serbian pop song by Željko Šašić

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