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Adje Jano (Serbia)
Traditional Serbian dance from Kosovo “Come on Jana, let’s dance the kolo". [...]
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Davorike Dajke (Serbia)
Davorike Dajke was presented by Miroslav Marcetio at Mainwoods Dance Camp [...]
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Devetorka (Balkan)
Commonly danced throughout Macedonia, Serbia, and Bulgaria In 9/8 rhythm (QQQS)
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Gori More (Serbian American)
Gori More (GO-ree MO-reh) is a Serbian-American dance apparently created by [...]
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Krivatvorena (Serbia)
Originally taught in the US by Lee Otterholt, who learned it from Ben [...]
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Opa Cupa (Rom/Serbia)
Choreographed by Andy Bettis, taught by Steve Kotansky Music made famous by [...]
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Oro Vlaška (Serbia)
Choreographed by Lee Otterholt, based on traditional steps he learned while [...]
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Prekid Kolo (Serbia)
The word "prekid" (preh-keed) means "pause." This dance was introduced b [...]
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Rokoko Kolo (Croatia – Serbia)
This is a dance by Croatians who lived in Vojvoda in Serbia. The dance was [...]
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Sestorka (Serbia)
Introduced by Dick Crum From East Serbia “Dance in Six"
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Setnja (Serbia)
2-part Serbian dance from Sumadija; "promenade/ walking / stroll”. Beloved [...]
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Setnja (Serbia)
Setnja ("Walking") was introduced by Dick Crum during the 1958 Stockton [...]
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Vlaško Za Pojas (Serbia)
Originally taught by Ciga Despotovic, but recently retaught widely by Lee [...]
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Vranjanka (Sano Duso) (Serbia)
Vranjanka was learned in Yugoslavia by Richard Crum who introduced it at [...]
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Zek Zek Dadumle (Serbia/Macedonia/Rom)
Introduced by Steve Kotansky Cocek-style dance done throughout the Balkans [...]
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