Svatba (Bulgaria, Macedonia)


Svatba (SVAHT-bah) means “wedding.” The source for this dance is Belcho Stanev, one of Bulgaria’s foremost dance teachers, from Varna, Bulgaria. The music is the Macedonian song “Svadba Golema” or “Big Wedding,” originally recorded by Vojo Stojanovski in Macedonia. Dance Notes…

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