Sitna Baluca (Bulgaria)


Sitna Baluca (SEET-nah bah-LOO-tsah) or “a little meddling” acknowledges the cultural influences from Serbia and Romania on such dances, which are common in NW Bulgaria. Yves Moreau learned the dance in Novo Selo, February, 1970 and taught it at S.F. Kolo 2006, Mendocino Folklore Camp 2007, and Stockton Folk Dance Camp 2007. Dance notes…

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