Oro Vlaška (Serbia)


Choreographed by Lee Otterholt, based on traditional steps he learned while dancing with various Vlach people in the 1970s. There is another dance called Vlaško Oro done to the same music, so this one is sometimes called Oro Vlaška II). The dance name means Vlach dance. Dance Notes…

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