Shantel (Romania, Rom)


Shantel (shann-TEHL) is named after Shantel, the stage name for Stefan Hantel, who composed the music. He is a descendant of Bukovina Germans from northeast Rumania and leader of the Bucovina Club Orkestar. The dance was choreographed by Maurits and Tineke Van Geel and presented at the 2019 Stockton Folk Dance Camp. Dance notes…

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