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GREECE : List of dances
Greek Dances

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GREECE How to dance greek dances Sirtaki, Hassapiko, Hassaposerviko, Zeybekiko, Dirlanda, Kalamatiano, Ballos, Karsilamas, Tsamiko, Syrto, Aptaliko Zeybekiko.
More than 4000 traditional dances. Each island or area having its own particularities and choreographies. Peloponnese dances are the easiest with a leader line improvising. Epirote dances are the heaviest and the slowest of the whole Greece. Macedonia dances are often strong, using heavy steps ...
Most begin slowly and then tempo raises. Crete dances are light and hopping, extremely cardiovascular ! More info on see www.decouvrirlagrece.com See see www.argyrosargyrou.fsnet.co.uk
Podaraki

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GREECE ISRA╦L How to dance Podaraki Folk dance of the Romilia area, Greece. Podaraki means little foot in greek because of the feet strikes. Mixt open-circle, convivial and trans-generational, this dance can be performed as well by children than by grand-fathers.
children choreo see www.youtube.com
Sirtaki

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GREECE How to dance Sirtaki "The butchers dance" (Hassapikos) became famous on 1964 with the movie Zorba the greek. Rhythm increases progressively from 2/4 to 4/4. Dance begins slow and earthy and goes light and hopping.
Dancers stand on a line with hands on the neighbors shoulders. Choreo see www.youtube.com or see www.youtube.com
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