7 BAR:their formation is that they are performed side-by-side, hand, shoulder and arm-in-armwoman and man bars are different from one anothermostly performed with davul and zurnaHALAYmostly performed shoulder to shoulderhas a rich figure structurerhythmic elements of halay dances are very rich; generally faster than bar dances
8 HORON:different from other forms in tempo, rhythm and measure; they are performed very fastin general performed by groupsPrinciple instruments are “kemençe” and “tulum”; also performed with cura zurna and davulZEYBEK:different forms of zeybeks can be observed in different regionsgenerally performed by one person or twohave various tempos: very slow, slow, fast, very fast; but generally slower than other formsinstruments 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 groupsgenrally performed with two zurnas and davul; common measure is 9/8KAŞIK OYUNLARI:always performed with wooden-spoons; has a rythmic characteristicgenerally performed with baglama, clarinet and violin; and mostly accompanied by folk song
10 Classification by dance themes Fight and struggleBıçak Horonu (Trabzon), Harkuşta (Bitlis)Named after a well known personKerimoğlu (Muğla), Sülüman Ağa (Edirne), Kezban Yenge (Burdur)Ceremonial dancesÇayda Çıra (Elazığ), Seğmen (Ankara)Religious and spritual dancesSemah, Sin sin (Adıyaman)Dances inspired by natureCoşkun Çoruh (Artvin), Portakal Zeybeği (Silifke), Horon Kurma (Trabzon)Dances originated from production and agricultural relationshipsTeşi (Antep, Artvin), Galuç (Adıyaman), Kımıl (Urfa), Türkmen Kızı (Mersin)Dances originated from animal imitationsKartal Halayı (Bingöl, Tokat), Kurt-Kuzu (Diyarbakır), Ördek (Bolu)
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