Krivo Ihtimansko Horo (Bulgaria)


A type of “Krivo” (mixed rhythm) dance from the region of Ihtiman in West Thrace close to the Shope area where such dances are also widespread. The steps are similar to the ones found in such forms as Petrunino Horo, Cone Milo tedo and Jove. The tune used here is a well-known song called “Sede Sedenkja”. Taught by Yves Moreau at the 2004 Stockton Folk Dance Camp. Dance notes…

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