Daronee Yerker Yev Barer (Armenia)


From the Daron region of Western Armenia. The traditional dance associated with the first song is Gorani.

The original dance had 6 parts, but today usually only the first two dances are done in international folk dance groups. All six parts are shown here, based on Tom’s teaching at virtual workshop done by the L.I.F.E dancers of Los Angeles, in October 2020. Dance notes…

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