Hora Anton Pann (Romania)


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Beautiful Rumanian circle dance, transcribed the Anton Pann in the 19th century, reconstructed by Theodor Vasilescu.
The music and choreography were discovered in an 1852 collection entitled “Hospital of Love” written by ethnographer Anton Pann; Anton Pann was a Romanian folklore collector in the 19th century who wrote down songs and described dances of his time; using his description of a hora dance from Muntenia; song recorded by the famous singer Maria Tanase.

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