Khumkhuma/Teen (Armenia)


The dance was learned by Tom Bozigian in the early’60’s from Jimmy Haboian of Detroit, Mich. Mr. Haboian learned the dance in his youth from the Kurdish minority of that city. The dance is now extremely popular throughout the various Armenian communities of the U.S. Dance notes…

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