Rumelaj (Macedonia)


Originally taught by Pece Atnovski and Atanas Koloravski as Jeni Jol
Danced by the Macedonian state dance troupe Tanec
Steve Kotansky used the song Rumelaj (in the language of the Boyash Roma of Hungary) when teaching the dance. Dance notes…

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