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Saturday, February 18, 2017 – Dance list

DANCE TAUGHT BY PAUL KRIESS

Ciorba de Curcan
(click here for step by step instructions)
YouTube Example


DANCES REQUESTED

  1. Ooska Gookas
    Example: YouTube
  2. Dospatsko – Bulgarian line dance, 7/8
    Example: https://youtu.be/N_rdsmPBrUE
  3. Halay
  4. Sheikhani – Assyrian
    Example: https://youtu.be/ncOQzyg545k
  5. Ya da Kahnushku Lomala – Russian Circle Dance
    Example: https://youtu.be/faALhSrcoZY
  6. Hora pe sasa
  7. Trava Trava
  8. Stara Pomasko
  9. Ajde Jano
  10. Ajde Lepa Moro
  11. Sandansko Horo
  12. Ciganko
  13. Lemonia
  14. Snoshti Minah Kate
  15. Ciorba de Curcan
  16. Belasicko
  17. Tsamiko Dailiana
  18. Tino Mori – Macedonian line dance, 3+2+2
    Example: https://youtu.be/XQjcv6C1_9M
  19. Bebelekovsko
  20. Erev Ba – “Evening arrives” – Israeli
    Example: https://youtu.be/Ttaayssno1A
  21. Koritsa Valljanga Konispol
  22. De Horit (Moramitres)
  23. Oy Memo
  24. Populli Jon
  25. Brestasko Rucaika
  26. Kyustendilsko Ruchenitsa
  27. Triti Puti
  28. Ivanica
  29. Nama Lesnoto Medley

January 11, 2016 – Dance Demo

Dance Demo at Symphony Manor, 4301 Roland Avenue, Baltimore, MD

International Folk Dances Presented

  1. Tino Mori – Macedonian line dance, 3+2+2 
    Example: https://youtu.be/XQjcv6C1_9M 
  2. Syrtos – Greek
  3. Erev Ba – “Evening arrives” – Israeli
    Example: https://youtu.be/Ttaayssno1A
  4. Dospatsko – Bulgarian line dance, 7/8
    Example: https://youtu.be/N_rdsmPBrUE 
  5. Shestorka – Serbian
    Example: https://youtu.be/G30xSTCaBEg
  6. Sweet Girl – Armenian
    Example: https://youtu.be/doOzX-dVciY
  7. Ali Pasha – Turkish
    Example: https://youtu.be/b-A5BqL2WlM
  8. Ya da Kahnushku Lomala – Russian
    Example: https://youtu.be/faALhSrcoZY
  9. Hora pe Gheata – “Ice Skating” – Romanian
    Example: https://youtu.be/FN7oMzM10Dc
  10. Populli Jon – “Our People” – Albanian
  11. Sheikhani – Assyrian
    Example: https://youtu.be/ncOQzyg545k

December 19, 2016 – Presentation at Enoch Pratt Free Library

A small group of dancers from the JHU International Folk Dance Group did a short dance presentation at the Waverly branch of the Enoch Pratt Free Library at 33rd Street and University Parkway.  Gene taught a couple of easy dances to the audience.

We’re hoping to do this a few more times, possibly at a senior center. If anyone has any place you think might enjoy a folk dance demo, with teaching of easy dances, let us know. Email baltimore.folkdance@gmail.com