Gajda (Romania)


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Alunelul de la Urzica (Romania)
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Arcanul Batrinesc (Romania)
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Busuiocul (Romania)
The title translates as "The Basil". This dance was taught at the Phoenix [...]
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Ciuleandra (Romania)
Mihai David presented Ciuleandra (choo-LAN-druh) at the 1972 Kolo Festival [...]
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Corlu Aroman (Romania)
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De Secerat (Romania)
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Hora Anton Pann (Romania)
Beautiful Rumanian circle dance, transcribed the Anton Pann in the 19th [...]
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Hora Boereasca (Romania)
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Hora ca la Caval (Romania)
The same music is used for the dance Hora de la Rişipiţi taught by Sunni [...]
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Hora Ca La Mahala (Romania)
Not to be confused with Hora Din Mahala, which is a different dance done to [...]
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Hora Femeilor (Romania)
Women's dance from the regions of Oltenia and Muntenia Hora Mare ("big [...]
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Hora Lautareasca Din Dolj (Romania)
From Southern Rumania (Oltenia), known for its liveliness and joie de vivre [...]
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Hora Mare Bucovineana (Romania)
3-part circle dance, from the region of Moldova 6/8 rhythm This is the [...]
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Hora Miresii (Romania)
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Hora Veche (Romania)
Two-part Romanian dance, in 4/4 rhythm; “Old Dance" From Muntenia; taught [...]
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Jiana de la Tilisca
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Joc Bătrânesc de la Niculiţel (Romania)
Joc Bătrânesc de la Niculiţel (ZHOHK buh-trah-NESK deen nee-koo-lee-TSEL) [...]
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Joc de Leagane (Romania)
Dance celebrates the first birthday of a child and honors the midwives. The [...]
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Joc in Patru (Romania)
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Lămîiţa (Romania)
Originally taught by Mihai David. The title translates as "Little Lemon". [...]
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Rom (Gypsy) dance from Muntenia, Romania. Presented at Stockton Folk Dance [...]
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Pitpalaca (Romania)
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Rustemul (Romania)
Rusternul (Roo-STEH-mool) is from the region of Muntenia, southern Romania. [...]
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Shantel (Romania, Rom)
Shantel (shann-TEHL) is named after Shantel, the stage name for Stefan [...]
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Trei Păzeşte Bătrânesc (Romania)
Trei Păzeşte Bătrânesc was originally taught by Sunni Bloland. This dance [...]
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Vulpiuta (Romania)
Vu1pita (voo1-PEE-tsah) meaning"The Little Fox,"comes from the Oltenia [...]
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