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1 FOLK DANCE WORKSHOP

2 Agenda Dance Folk dance Anatolian Folk Dances classification by dance theme classification by dance characteristics Some examples Practical work

3 Dance Dance is an art form; generally refers to movement of the body usually rhythmic and to music used as a form of expression and social interaction presented in a spiritual or performance setting

4 Folk dances Folk dances (authentic ) – Are performed by non-professional dancers – Are performed with traditional music – Not for public performance – Are inherited from tradition

5 Anatolian folk dances Anatolian folk dances can be classified in two different ways classification by dance characteristics classification by dance theme

6 Classification by dance characteristics

7 BAR: their formation is that they are performed side-by-side, hand, shoulder and arm-in-arm woman and man bars are different from one another mostly performed with davul and zurna HALAY mostly performed shoulder to shoulder has a rich figure structure rhythmic elements of halay dances are very rich; generally faster than bar dances mostly performed with davul and zurna

8 HORON: different from other forms in tempo, rhythm and measure; they are performed very fast in general performed by groups Principle instruments are “kemençe” and “tulum”; also performed with cura zurna and davul ZEYBEK: different forms of zeybeks can be observed in different regions generally performed by one person or two have various tempos: very slow, slow, fast, very fast; but generally slower than other forms instruments changes with zeybek characteristics; main instruments are kaba zurna, baglama, clarinet and davul.

9 HORA: is a form of circle dance common in Balkans (“xopo” in Bulgarian) performed in groups genrally performed with two zurnas and davul; common measure is 9/8 KAŞIK OYUNLARI: always performed with wooden-spoons; has a rythmic characteristic generally performed with baglama, clarinet and violin; and mostly accompanied by folk song

10 Classification by dance themes Fight and struggle – Bıçak Horonu (Trabzon), Harkuşta (Bitlis) Named after a well known person – Kerimoğlu (Muğla), Sülüman Ağa (Edirne), Kezban Yenge (Burdur) Ceremonial dances – Çayda Çıra (Elazığ), Seğmen (Ankara) Religious and spritual dances – Semah, Sin sin (Adıyaman) Dances inspired by nature – Coşkun Çoruh (Artvin), Portakal Zeybeği (Silifke), Horon Kurma (Trabzon) Dances originated from production and agricultural relationships – Teşi (Antep, Artvin), Galuç (Adıyaman), Kımıl (Urfa), Türkmen Kızı (Mersin) Dances originated from animal imitations – Kartal Halayı (Bingöl, Tokat), Kurt-Kuzu (Diyarbakır), Ördek (Bolu)

11 Examples atolye_ornekler.wmv


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