Hopa Hopa (Croatia)



Hopa Hopa (HOH-pah, HOH-pah). Dick Crum first learned this dance in Yugoslavia under the name “Hopa cupa.” It-is a Slavonian (eastern Croatian) variant of a dance known elsewhere in that country as “Zaplet,” “Frugke, jabuke, ” “Vinigko kolo,” etc. Presented by Dick Crum at the 1974 Stockton Folk Dance Camp. Not to be confused with an Albanian version by the same name. Dance notes…

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