Ordu / Ordu’nun Isiklari (Turkey)


Ordu’nun Işiklari means “the lights of Ordu”. Ordu (also known as Vona) is a town on the Black Sea.
Two-part Pontic dance from the city of Ordu in Northern Anatolia, on the Black Sea
Sections are called by music (1st part vocal, 2nd part instrumental); “The Lights of Ordu”.
Dance introduced to the US by Ahmet Lüleci in 2008. Dance notes…

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