Prekid Kolo (Serbia)


The word “prekid” (preh-keed) means “pause.” This dance was introduced b John Filcich at the 1961 Stockton Folk Dance Camp. Barbara Welch Hill learned it in Yugoslavia in July 1960, and subsequently taught it in the Seattle, WA area, where John Filcich learned it. Dance notes…

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