Tag Archives: Moldova

Incalcita, Hora din Campie

We had an afternoon of intermediate dancing this past Sunday.

Bill taught Incalcita, which means confusing or unclear, a dance from Bessarabia, The Republic of Moldova. Below is a link to the dance notes and a video.  We do it the same way they do it on the video.

http://www.folkdancecamp.org/08syllabus/I–Incalcita%20%282008SFDC%29.pdf

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=T-JoH0xBnb4

Lindy taught Hora din Campie from Romania.  Below are notes from the Evansville group.

http://evansvillefolkdancers.com/resources/Notes/H/Hora%20din%20Campie%20DN.pdf

We do the dance the same as the following video.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zrh6Onq-ggo

Definitely, if you want a workout Incalcita is the dance for you. Follow it with Hora din Campie for a nice cool down!.

Share the Joy, dance with a child!

Another Day, Another Dance,

Happy Dancing!

e.com/watch?v=zrh6Onq-ggo

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Learning Gerakina, Gorache and Hora Schioapa and update on Sadi Moma

Last week Sue continued teaching Gerakina from Greece. At last search there is not a video available on the internet. Bill continued teaching the challenging  but fun dance Gorache from Albania.  We  learned the dance from Steve Kotansky. Below is a video of the  Kolokoalition doing the dance.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=aG7OEMMQiK8

The steps are the same but the number of times we do the steps are different.

Bill also reviewed Hora Schioapa from Moldova, Romania.  The notes are :
http://www.folkdancecamp.org/08syllabus/H–Hora%20schioapa%20(2008SFDC).pdf

I couldn’t find a video of the dance as we learned it from Sonia and Cristian.  It is on their Romanian Realm DVD-special edition.  It is a fairly easy dance with lively music. Usually the whole group gets up and dances to this dance.

Also, thank you to Sally who found this video of Sadi Moma!

http://www.youtube.com/watch?

v=-tw9_PL5Y7g

The teaching and review of dances are video recorded every week.

Our dance list is provided at:
http://www.charlottesvilleinternationalfolkdance.com/

Until next time… Please forward this Blog to anyone who might be interested!
Another Day, Another Dance,
Happy Dancing!