Presentation on theme: "The typical Dances from Northern Folklore Region in BULGARIA."— Presentation transcript:
The typical Dances from Northern Folklore Region in BULGARIA
A little for… The Horo Horo is a collective dance, typical for Bulgarian folklore in which players are arranged in a circle, line, or other formations…
Gankino horo Gankino horo “Ganka’s dance”, is a Bulgarian folk dance. With a size of beat 11/16 or 11/8 similar to kopanitsa or krivo horo. The name gankino seems to be used mostly in Northern Bulgaria.
Daychovo horo Daychovo horo is a kind Bulgarian folk dance from northen region. The size of beat is nine eight. Played high and arms swing in rhythm with the music.
Elenino horo Elenino horo is a Bulgarian folk dance from northen region. The size of beat is 12/16.
Paidoushko horo Paidoushko horo is a Bulgarian folk horo rhythm in 5/8, rhythm is duple, with different local variations.
Potter horo Pottery horo is a kind Bulgarian folk dance. The size of beat is nine eighth, like the daychovoto. With legs made of four circles with each leg. And From there comes the name-potter.
Rachenitsa Rachenitsa is a Bulgarian folk dance rhythm in 7/8. Besides know as rychenica is also well known as male rychenica. This dance is very popular in Bulgaria, but in different ethnographic regions with different dance style.
Danube horo Danube horo is a Bulgarian folk dance from middle northern Bulgaria. The music is performed with wind instruments. Typical is that hand movements are quite fast. The size of beat is 2/4. Like a tradition for the Bulgarians, this horo is dance on New Year.
Right horo The right horo is one of the most famous horos in Bulgaria. There is a beat in 2/4. This is one of the easiest dances in Bulgaria.
When you come in Bulgaria, we will show it to you and teach you !!!!
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