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    Posted: 04-Oct-2006 at 20:33
All the states have different costumes and dances so it would be good if every one of you members introduce his traditional national dance videos!

I have seen here Traditional Costumes pictures and I liked much: Smile

http://www.allempires.com/forum/forum_posts.asp?TID=6380




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Oh, such a good topic!

Romania dance images:




Vatra Dornei (Suceava county)




Round-dance at Aninoasa, Theodor Aman - 1890, National Gallery, Bucharest





Maramures




Moldavia




Calusarii (Wallachia)




Oltenia





Moldavia





Muntenia





Sibiu county





Maieru, Bistrita-Nasaud county




Iasi




Arges





Calusarii, Olt county (former Romanati county)





Oas Land (Satu Mare county), Sâmbra Oilor festival





More:
http://www.aboutromania.com/romaniancostumes.html
http://www.costumes.ro/folk_costumes.htm
http://www.eliznik.org.uk/RomaniaPortul/



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Sorry for posting photos.

Here are videos:




http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nDfxBjW3cPc
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=O2xKpEuUJx0
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=g_o6xKiKUeA


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thanks guys I liked those...Magnificient :)...please countinue>>>
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I found some vidoes of Albanians but are very old >>>
 
Those both vidoes are enver hoxha's time:
 
 
 
Albos from Turkey:
 
 
 
Albos from South Albania
 
 
Albos from Kosova
 
 
At the party after the raising of the statue of Skanderbeg in Detroit (those are Montengrin Albanians living in USA)

www.youtube.com/watch?v=ndwSovuj110
 
 


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I almost cried. Illyrians didn't died!




These are two editions of the oldest folkloric TV broadcast in Romania. There are only music performances (not dance):

http://tvr.ro/webcast/emisiuni.php?k=1&em=TEZAUR%20FOLCLORIC#text

http://tvr.ro/webcast/emisiuni.php?k=3&em=TEZAUR%20FOLCLORIC#text



On the web page there are links for other editions, but in their program there is pseudofolklor (neo-creations).


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I found another recorded tv broadcast.

There are four editions, the finest are the second and the third:

http://tvr.ro/webcast/emisiuni.php?k=2&em=O%20VEDET%C3%20%20...%20POPULAR%C3#text

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Originally posted by Menumorut Menumorut wrote:

    



Pyrixios-Serra Greek Dance:
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YIGeGBg7cHY&mode=related&search=


    
    


Interesing This dance what I know is tipycal turk dance from Central Turkey (Trabzon, Erzurum)
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Vallja e Rugoves (Rugova Dance), those dance and costumes are tipycal of Peja Region (Kosova):

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_9Vro-Qg73g

and other:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=k8PAUuSf6ek


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http://www.collageusa.org/IMAGES/AHM.zeybek.jpg

traditional turkish costume in western anatolia.
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Originally posted by GoldenBlood GoldenBlood wrote:


Interesing This dance what I know is tipycal turk dance from Central Turkey (Trabzon, Erzurum)

this is laz traditional dance from blacksea cost of turkey.
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One more Bulgarian dance. 
 
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western anatolia tradational turkish dance...ZEYBEK - EFE DANCE
    





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Here is a great site with Balkan music:

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Here two clips about the spanish Jota, aragonese in fact wich is the better, the third is another type; the "jota" is by far more popular and typical than the flamenco:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vsQAbA-mqYg&mode=related&search=

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_4OFhJMYMgk&NR

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=b2JnmTG_LmI&mode=related&search=



And here two examples of canary typical dance, the third about the better folklorical group:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zp8E-jR5gr0

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cJZoOjYq3c4

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Ye_co-iuf_M&mode=related&search=



As you see, the peninsular spanish is plenty of vitality, and the canary is more melodyc and slow.

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Oltenian Dance



Floarea Calota She is the biggest singer of Teleorman county (Southern Romania, near Bucharest). The dancers are in costumes from all Romanian regions.


Calusarii This dance is present in the folklore of several European peoples: British, Romanian, Bulgarian etc. It is of Roman tradition, being probably a dance at the incorporation in Army. The dancers are not professional.


Ciuleandra A famous Muntenian song and dance. It gived the name of a book and movie. It's characteristic for its rythm which is accelerating continuously. The dancers are not professional.


The Little Plough A tradition which is played in the days before Christmas. It's signification is of agricultural fecundity.


The Goat Antoher pre-Christian tradition
    
    
    

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