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Bob on Bongos

Our Complete Dance List is Now Available!
Including Links to Dance Videos
(To see it scroll to the bottom of this page.)


Click here to sign up to be an MC (Master of Ceremonies who operates the music equipment). You will be able to see on what dates people are needed. If you would like to see how it is done and/or receive some training, we can help, just add a comment to the bottom of the MC signup website you clicked on.



On July 4, we will not dance at Throop Church. Instead, we will dance at the Altadena Community Church at 943 E. Altadena Drive in Altadena. Introductory teaching will be the Greek line dance Syrtos, Cafe Alhambra from Israel, and the Russian couple dance Alexandrovska. These three dances will be taught all month. Intermediate teaching this night only will be a review of the individual Hungarian dance Ciganytanc. Marc will MC and refreshments will be potluck.

On July 11 we will resume dancing at Throop.
Introductory teaching will be the Greek line dance Syrtos, Cafe Alhambra from Israel, and the Russian couple dance Alexandrovska. These three dances will be taught all month. Intermediate teaching will be the Croatian couple dance Klincek. Our MCs will be Therese and Steve and refreshments will be provided by Becky.

On July 18 our MCs will be Toti and Ellen. Refreshments will be brought by Fonda and Sherry. Introductory teaching will be the Greek line dance Syrtos, Cafe Alhambra from Israel, and the Russian couple dance Alexandrovska. These three dances will be taught all month. Intermediate teaching will be the Croatian couple dance Klincek. 

On July 25 introductory teaching will be the Greek line dance Syrtos, Cafe Alhambra from Israel, and the Russian couple dance Alexandrovska. These three dances will be taught all month. Intermediate teaching will be the Croatian couple dance Klincek. Our MCs will be Robin and Roxanna and refreshments will be potluck.


More details are in Marc's monthly message below, followed by July programs, and  a list of our dances, both those regularly scheduled and request only.


Marc's Monthly Message

We have a marvelous month of dancing planned for July at the Pasadena Folk Dance Co-op, and we already know it will take more than a decade until we could achieve something similar, so be sure to join us now. We are going to dance on July 4, 11, 18, and 25. If you miss it this month, you'll have to wait until July 2025 for an opportunity like that!

We meet most Fridays at Throop Unitarian Universalist Church at 300 S. Los Robles Ave. (at the intersection of Del Mar Blvd.) in Pasadena. (You may use the church parking lot on Los Robles or park on nearby streets. To find the dancing, go through the gate at the southeast corner of the parking lot and follow the path around the building. We'll be there waiting for you.)

To celebrate Independence Day, our special theme for the evening of
July 4 will be dancing at the Altadena Community Church. Therefore, we will dance at the Altadena Community Church in air conditioned comfort at 943 E. Altadena Drive in Altadena. (For directions, click here or on the phrase nihil ad rem.) Despite the different location, we will have the same friendly people, the same helpful teaching, the same neat dances, and the same kind of delightful evening we always have. Refreshments will be potluck. (Also note that we will have a potluck again on July 25, so you might want to take home some goodies on July 4 and bring them back at the end of the month.)

Our group makes a special effort to attract and support new members, and each Friday we are fortunate to have new participants share in our fun. We teach the same dances most of the month, providing plenty of opportunities to learn them. (We may adjust the teaching program some evenings to ensure the best fit with the attendees.) Our choice of dances for teaching is intended to help dancers of all levels add new dances to their repertoires to brush up on old favorites.

Introductory teaching will start at 7:45 with the classic and popular Greek line dance Syrtos. We will follow that with the graceful Russian couple dance Alexandrovska. (You do not need to come with a partner; just come ready for a lovely dance.) And you won't be able to resist dancing to the beat of the individual Israeli dance Café Alhambra.

After we repeat the dances from June's introductory teaching, intermediate teaching will start at 8:30. On July 4, by popular demand we will review the individual Hungarian dance Ciganytanc, which will let you express your inner Gypsy with a variety of fun patterns. For the rest of the month, we will enjoy the Croatian couple dance Klincek, with its combination of great music and neat choreography.

Following a short break for refreshments at 9:00, we will repeat all the dances that were taught and then continue with programmed and requested dances until 11:00, including the intermediate dance taught or reviewed in previous weeks. (For a complete list of our dances, many with links to vidoes, scroll to the bottom of the page.) Throughout each evening there will be dances that appeal to newcomers and experienced dancers alike.

On the fourth Friday of most months, we have And Now for Something Completely Different, but to be different in July, we will not conduct it. We have had many entertaining (and sometimes zany) activities, including a maypole dance, a Chinese dragon dance, a silent kolo, African drumming, learning the lyrics to Israeli and Albanian dances, demonstrations and lessons for Samoan dances, Appalachian flatfoot clogging, Native American rain dances, Philippine tinikling dances, and Morris dances, locally choreographed variations to certain dances, the use of imagery to enhance our dance experience, doing the Japanese water sprite dance Unagappa Ondo with water bowls on our heads, short lectures on dance-related topics, and many more. If you have a good idea for an activity, please put your suggestion in the red and white box any Friday evening. (You are not obligated to implement it; you can suggest that someone else in the group or from outside do so.) The board will consider all suggestions, but we request that you limit your proposal to something that pertains to folk dancing, can be implemented in 15 minutes (please!), will work even if we cannot arrange for overflights by the Air Force Reserve, complies fully with the regulations of California Assembly Bill 300 (the Safe Body Art Act) on tattooing, branding, body piecing, and permanent makeup, and can be enjoyed even if some of the participants are eutherian.

As always on the last Friday of the month, refreshments will be potluck on July 25, so we would appreciate your contributing some luck to the pot, but it is not required.

On the second Friday of every month, we review some set dances starting at about 7:00 for only $2. So if you already have some experience with set dances and would like to improve, come early on July 11.

I look forward to dancing with you during this rare and wonderful month!

Marc









July Programs



Links to videos of some of these and many other folk dances done by our group are available in our Complete Dance List at the bottom of this page. Links to still more dances will be added as available.

C = Couple
I = Individual
L = Line
M = Mixer
S = Set
T = Triple
TM = Triple Mixer


July 4

 

Introductory Teaching

L   Syrtos  (Greece)

C  Alexandrovska  (Russia)

I   Café Alhambra  (Israel)

 

Introductory Carry Forward

L   Ne Felj Lanyom  (Moldavia)

L   Karagouna (Graziosi)  (Greece)

L   Idam Ne Idam  (Macedonia/Bulgaria)

 

Intermediate Teaching

I   Ciganytanc  (Hungary)

 

BREAK

 

L   Syrto(Greece)

C  Alexandrovska  (Russia)

I   Café Alhambra  (Israel)

I   Ciganytanc  (Hungary)

C  La Faira da Strada  (Switzerland)

Request

L   Shoror  (Armenia)

Request

M  Apat Apat  (Philippines)

L   Sweet Girl  (Armenia)

C  Zillertaler Landler  (Austria)

L   Garoon  (Armenia)

S   Sweets of May  (Ireland)

Request

L   Guhneega  (Armenia)

Request

L   Cobankat  (Albania)

M  Pod Dilikanye  (Russia)

L   Zemer Atik  (Israel)

S   Windmueller  (Germany)

L   Shiri Li Kineret  (Israel)

Request

C  Dublin Bay  (England)

I   Zorba  (Greece)

C  Road to the Isles  (Scotland)

L   Kirya  (Israel)

Request

L   Liliano Mome  (Bulgaria)

L   Erev Ba  (Israel)

 

July 11

 

Introductory Teaching

L   Syrto(Greece)

C  Alexandrovska  (Russia)

I   Café Alhambra  (Israel)

 

Introductory Carry Forward

L   Idam Ne Idam  (Macedonia/Bulgaria)

L   Karagouna (Graziosi)  (Greece)

L   Ne Felj Lanyom  (Moldavia)

 

Intermediate Teaching

C  Klincek  (Croatia)

 

 BREAK

 

L   Syrto(Greece)

C  Alexandrovska  (Russia)

I   Café Alhambra  (Israel)

C  Klincek  (Croatia)

I   Ciganytanc  (Hungary)

Request

L   Shoror  (Armenia)

Request

M  Peasant Military Two-Step  (Ireland)

L   Laz Bar  (Armenia)

C  La Faira da Strada  (Switzerland)

L   Godecki Cacak  (Serbia)

S   St. John River  (Scotland)

Request

L   Zhan Zai Gao Gang Shang  (Taiwan)

Request

L   Divaratikos  (Greece)

M  Cherevitsky  (Russia)

L   Sobotki  (Poland)

S   Italian Quadrille  (Italy)

L   Myatalo Lenche  (Bulgaria)

Request

C  Dodi Li  (Israel)

L   Ravno Oro  (Macedonia)

C  Chilili  (Bolivia)

L   Tokyo Dontaku  (Japan)

Request

L   Bavno Oro  (Macedonia)

L   Tropanka  (Bulgaria)

 

 

July 18

 

Introductory Teaching

L   Syrto(Greece)

C  Alexandrovska  (Russia)

I   Café Alhambra  (Israel)

 

Introductory Carry Forward

L   Karagouna (Graziosi)  (Greece)

L   Idam Ne Idam  (Macedonia/Bulgaria)

L   Ne Felj Lanyom  (Moldavia)

 

Intermediate Teaching

C  Klincek  (Croatia)

 

 BREAK

 

L   Syrto(Greece)

C  Alexandrovska  (Russia)

I   Café Alhambra  (Israel)

C  Klincek  (Croatia)

L   Shoror  (Armenia)

Request

I   Ciganytanc  (Hungary)

Request

M  Das Fenster  (Germany)

L   Made in Romania  (Romania)

C  Corrido  (Mexico)

L   Maraca de Lele  (Brazil)

S   Thirteen Fourteen  (Scotland)

Request

L   Jianul de la Slanic  (Romania)

Request

L   Debka Shachar  (Israel)

M  Reinlander Mixer  (Norway)

L   Gavotte d'Honneur  (France)

S   Kvadrilja  (Croatia)

L   Alunelul  (Romania)

Request

C  Blue Hills  (Israel)

L   An Dro Retourné  (Brittany)

C  Salty Dog Rag  (USA)

L   Keshenavo  (Israel)

Request

L   Dado La Dado  (Romania)

L   Rumelaj  (Gypsy/Macedonia)

 

 

July 25

 

Introductory Teaching

L   Syrto(Greece)

C  Alexandrovska  (Russia)

I   Café Alhambra  (Israel)

 

Introductory Carry Forward

L   Idam Ne Idam  (Macedonia/Bulgaria)

L   Karagouna (Graziosi)  (Greece)

L   Ne Felj Lanyom  (Moldavia)

 

Intermediate Teaching

C  Klincek  (Croatia)

 

 BREAK

 

L   Syrtos  (Greece)

C  Alexandrovska  (Russia)

I   Café Alhambra  (Israel)

C  Klincek  (Croatia)

L   Horehronsky Czardas  (Slovakia)

Request

L   Kate Kate  (Bulgaria)

Request

M  Swedish Finn Mixer  (Sweden)

L   Moon Dance  (Taiwan)

C  Langdans  (Holland)

L   Elerinka  (Bulgaria)

S   Pinewood Reel  (Scotland)

Request

L   Ivanice  (Macedonia)

Request

L   Karamfil  (Bulgaria)

M  Borrowdale Exchange  (Scotland)

L   Ma Na'Avu  (Israel)

S   D'hammerschmiedsg'selln  (Germany)

L   Eshebo  (Israel)

Request

C  Couple Hasapiko  (Greece)

L   Ersko Kolo  (Serbia)

C  Dayagim  (Israel)

L   Rustemul  (Romania)

Request

L   Alunelul de la Urzica  (Romania)

L   Arap  (Bulgaria)

 

 Here is our complete dance list.
If a dance is preceded by an asterisk (*), it is not normally programmed, but only played when requested. Dance names shown in color include links to a video of the dance. Click on the dance name to see the video. Some videos will be slightly different from what we do at the Pasadena Folk Dance Co-op.

Please note: Links to dance videos is a work in progress and is not perfect. If you want to suggest a video, send its URL to JanRayman@charter.net.

 L  Adama Veshamayim  (Israel)

 C  Ada's Kujawiak #1  (Poland)

 C  Ada's Kujawiak #3  (Poland)

 l* Adjon az Isten  (Hungary)

 l* Agir Govenk  (Turkey)

 l* Aj da Idem Jano  (Bulgaria)

 L  Aj Lipo Ti Je  (Croatia)

 l* Ajde Lepa Maro  (Serbia)

 L  Ajnzerica  (Croatia)

 C  Alei Givah  (Israel)

 l* Alekovski Opas  (Bulgaria)

 C  Alexandrovska  (Russia)

 l* Ali Ali  (Lebanon)

 L  Ali Pasha  (Turkey)

 L  Alunelul  (Romania)

 L  Alunelul de la Urzica (Romania)

 L  An Dro Retourné  (Brittany)

 M  Apat Apat  (Philippines)

 L  Arap  (Bulgaria)

 l* Arap  (Macedonia)

 l* Armenian Misirlou  (Armenia)

 l* Arnaud  (Pirin)

 M  Arnold's Circle  (England)

 L  Ashrei Ha’Ish  (Israel)

 L  At Va'Ani  (Israel)

 L  Avi Avi  (Israel)

 L  Bacvanka  (Bulgaria)

 c* Bal de Jugon  (Brittany)

 L  Balada Lama'ayan  (Israel)

 i* Balkan Rumba  (Romania)

 m* Bal in de Straat  (Belgium)

 l* Balta  (Ukraine)

 l* Bannielou Lambaol  (France)

 L  Banu Le Ha’ir Et Ha’ir  (Israel)

 L  Bapardess  (Israel)

 l* Batuta  (Romania)

 L  Bavno Oro  (Macedonia)

 I  Baztan Dantza  (Basque)

 c* Beautiful Lady of Daban City (Taiwan)

 c* Bekesi Paros  (Hungary)

 L  Belasicko Oro  (Macedonia)

 L  Belev Echad  (Israel)

 L  Believe  (Japan)

 l* Beratis  (Greece)

 l* Berovka  (Macedonia)

 l* Berovska Za Pojas  (Macedonia)

 I  Bhangra  (India)

 l* Bielolitza Kruglolitza  (Russia)

 i* Bird Dance  (Mexico)

 l* Biserka Bojarka  (Serbia)

 S  Black Nag  (England)

 s* Blooms of Bon Accord  (Scotland)

 C  Blue Hills  (Israel)

 m* Boerenschots  (Netherlands)

 l* Bogatym  (Poland)

 C  Bohemian National Polka (Bohemia)

 m* Bonfire Dance  (Ireland)

 M  Borrowdale Exchange  (Scotland)

 m* Brasoveanca  (Transylvania)

 S  Bratach Bana  (Scotland)

 s* Breakdown  (Scotland)

 l* Briul de la Fagaras  (Romania)

 l* Bucimus  (Bulgaria)

 L  Bufcansko Oro  (Macedonia)

 L  Bugeacul ca pa Teleorman (Romania)

 S  Byron Strathspey  (Scotland)

 c* Caballito Blanco  (Mexico)

 I  Café Alhambra  (Israel)

 L  Capkan Dimco  (Macedonia)

 l* Carlama Kolo  (Serbia)

 L  Ceresnicky  (Czechoslovakia)

 L  Cetvorno Sopsko Horo  (Bulgaria)

 M  Cherevitsky  (Russia)

 C  Chilili  (Bolivia)

 c* Chiribim  (Israel)

 L  Choban Georgi  (Bulgaria)

 L  Ciganytanc  (Hungary)

 L  Cimpoi  (Romania)

 L  Circular  (Brazil)

 L  Ciuleandra  (Romania)

 L  Cobankat  (Albania)

 C  Corrido  (Mexico)

 C  Cotton-Eyed Joe  (USA)

 C  Couple Hasapiko  (Greece)

 C  Cowboy Cha Cha [approx.](USA)

 c* Croatian Waltz  (Croatia)

 S  Culla Bay  (Scotland)

 s* Cumberland Square  (England)

 I  Cumbia Selena  (Colombia)

 L  Dado La Dado  (Romania)

 I  Dana  (Romania)

 M  Das Fenster  (Germany)

 C  Dayagim  (Israel)

 L  Debka Dor  (Israel)

 l* Debka Oud (Israel)

 L  Debka Shachar  (Israel)

 L  Dedo Mili Dedo  (Macedonia)

 S  D'hammerschmiedsg'selln  (Germany)

 C  Dilam Bazan  (Israel)

 Divaratikos  (Greece)

 L  Divcibarsko Kolo  (Serbia)

 l* Djurdjevica  (Serbia)

 L  Dobrudzanska Pandela  (Bulgaria)

 L  Dobrudzanska Reke  (Bulgaria)

 C  Dodi Li  (Israel)

 S  Domino 5  (Scotland)
 L  Dorozhka (Cossack)

 S  Double Sixsome  (Scotland)

 M  Doudlebska Polka (Czechoslovakia)

 C  Drapers Gardens  (England)

 T  Dreisteyrer  (Austria)

 C  Dublin Bay  (England)

 l* Eleno Mome  (Bulgaria)

 l* Elenska Racenica  (Bulgaria)

 L  Elerinka  (Bulgaria)

 C  Elu Tsiporim  (Israel)

 l* Eretz Ha'tzabar  (Israel)

 L  Erev Ba  (Israel)

 L  Ersko Kolo  (Serbia)

 L  Eshebo  (Israel)

 c* Eva Three Step  (USA)

 M  Fjaskern  (Sweden)

 L  Flor Amorosa  (Brazil)

 l* Floricica Olteneasca  (Romania)

 M  Ga'aguim  (Israel)

 c* Garmon  (Russia)

 L  Garoon  (Armenia)

 L  Gavotte d'Honneur  (France)

 C  Gay Gordons  (Scotland)

 C  Ges Woda  (Poland)

 l* Glavnisko Cetvorno  (Bulgaria)

 l* Go Pratile Dedo  (Macedonian)

 L  Godecki Cacak  (Serbia)

 M  Good Old Days  (USA)

 S  Grand Square  (USA)

 L  Guhneega  (Armenia)

 c* Gypsy Wine  (USA)

 C  Hambo  (Sweden)

 l* Harishut  (Israel)

 I  Haroa Haktana  (Israel)

 L  Hasapiko  (Greece)

 l* Hasaposerviko  (Greece)

 l* Hashachar  (Israel)

 L  Ha'shual (Israel)

 c* Hava Nagilla  (Israel)

 S  Hebridean Weaving Lilt (Scotland)

 l* Hegi  (Basque)

 I  Hineh Ma Tov  (Israel)

 c* Hopak  (Ukraine)

 l* Hora Agadati  (Israel)

 l* Hora de la Medgidia  (Romania)

 L  Hora de la Munte  (Romania)

 L  Hora din Campie  (Romania)

 l* Hora Dreapta  (Romania)

 l* Hora Femeilor  (Romania)

 l* Hora Fetelor  (Romania)

 L  Hora Miresii  (Romania)

 l* Hora Pe Gheata  (Romania)

 l* Hora Spoitorilor  (Romania)

 L  Horehronsky Czardas  (Slovakia)

 l* Hot Pretzels  (USA)

 L  I Gerakina  (Greece)

 l* I Kariotikos  (Greece)

 l* I Kariotikos #2  (Greece)

 L  Idam Ne Idam (Macedonia/Bulgaria)

 L  Imate Li Vino  (Macedonia)

 l* In Gradina Loi Lon  (Romania)

 l* Ina Ina  (Romania)

 L  Ini Vitui  (Romania)

 L  Iste Hendek  (Turkey)

 S  Italian Quadrille  (Italy)

 L  Itele  (Romania)

 L  Ivanice  (Macedonia)

 L  Jacob's Ladder  (Israel)

 m* Jan Pierweit  (Netherlands)

 C  Japanese Soft Shoe  (USA)

 L  Jiana  (Romania)

 L  Jianul de la Slanic  (Romania)

 L  Joc Batranesc din Niculitel (Romania)

 c* Joc de Doi  (Romania)

 L  Joc de Leagane  (Romania)

 l* Joc in Patru  (Romania)

 l* Jocul dea Lungul  (Romania)

 l* Joshua  (Israel)

 L  Jove Male Mome  (Bulgaria)

 L  Karagouna (Graziosi)  (Greece)

 l* Karagouna  (Greece)

 L  Karamfil  (Bulgaria)

 l* Katia  (Russia)

 L  Kate Kate  (Bulgaria)

 L  Kendime  (Turkey)

 L  Keshenavo  (Israel)

 C  Kan Badarom  (Israel)

 l* Kirco  (Bulgaria)

 L  Kirya  (Israel)

 C  Klincek  (Croatia)

 l* Kokonjeste  (Serbia)

 l* Kol Haneshama  (Israel)

 m* Komletro  (Norway)

 L  Konyali  (Turkey)

 c* Korcsardas  (Hungary)

 M  Korobushka  (Russia)

 L  Kortanc  (Hungary)

 L  Kostursko Oro  (Macedonia)

 s* Kreuz Koenig  (Germany)

 l* Krici Krici Ticek  (Croatia)

 s* Kuuden Kolmeinen  (Finland)

 S  Kvadrilja  (Croatia)

 L  Kvar Acheray Hatzot  (Israel)

 M  La Bastringue  (Quebec)

 C  La Faira da Strada (Switzerland)

 L  Lach Hashir  (Israel)

 l* Lach Yerusalyim  (Israel)

 L  Lakodalmi Tanc  (Hungary)

 C  Langdans  (Holland)

 L  Laz Bar  (Armenia)

 c* Le Bal de Jugon  (France)

 l* Le Laridé  (France)

 l* Le Maître de Maison  (France)

 l* Lea Musat Armina  (Romania)

 l* Lech Lamidbar  (Israel)

 l* Lesi  (Macedonia)

 L  Lesnoto  (Macedonia)

 S  Let's Have a Ceilidh  (Scotland)

 S  Levi Jackson Rag  (England)

 L  Liliano Mome  (Bulgaria)

 C  Lipa Ma Maryca  (Italy  (Resia))

 s* Little Man in a Fix  (Denmark)

 L  Lo Ahavti Dai  (Israel)

 L  Loosnee Shoghov  (Armenia)

 I  Louisiana Saturday Night  (USA)

 l* Louky (Czechoslovakia)

 L  Lugovon’ka  (Russia)

 L  Ma Na'Avu  (Israel)

 TM Machar  (Israel)

 L  Made in Romania  (Romania)

 S  Mairi's Wedding  (Scotland)

 L  Maitli Schottisch  (Switzerland)

 l* Makazice & Bela Rada  (Serbia)

 C  Malhao  (Portugal)

 l* Malishevska  (Bulgaria)

 C  Maple Leaf Rag  (USA)

 L  Maraca de Lele  (Brazil)

 L  Mari Mariiko  (Bulgaria)

 T  Mason's Apron  (USA)

 c* Masquerade  (Denmark)

 l* Mayeem  (Israel)

 c* Mazurka Valse  (France)

 L  Mechol Hashabat  (Israel)

 L  Melnik  (Bulgaria)

 C  Metziut Acheret  (Israel)

 c* Michael's Czardas  (Hungary)

 l* Milanova Kolo  (Serbia)

 C  Milondita Tango  (USA)

 L  Misirlou Medley  (Greece)

 l* Mogilce Oro  (Macedonia)

 l* Moj Dragane  (Croatia)

 L  Moon Dance  (Taiwan)

 L  Myatalo Lenche  (Bulgaria)

 C  Na'Ama  (Israel)

 L  Na'tane to 1821  (Greece)

 L  Ne Felj Lanyom  (Moldavia)

 l* Nebesko Kolo  (Serbia)

 m* Oklahoma Mixer  (USA)

 i* Olahos  (Hungary)

 l* Opsa  (Croatia)

 L  Orijent  (Serbia)

 c* Oslo Waltz  (England)

 l* Oves  (Romania)

 L  Oy Tsvetyot Kalina  (Russia)

 l* Pajdushko Horo  (Bulgaria)

 L  Papadhopanayiotena  (Greece)

 l* Passu Torrau  (Italy)

 I  Pata Pata  (Nigeria)

 M  Peasant Military Two-Step (Ireland)

 c* Pera Stous Pera Kambos  (Greece)

 l* Pera Stous Pera Kambos  (Greece)

 c* Perach Ha'midbar  (Israel)

 S  Picking Up Sticks  (England)

 S  Pinewood Reel  (Scotland)

 l* Pinosavka  (Serbia)

 C  Pirinska Igra  (Bulgaria)

 M  Pod Dilikanye  (Russia)

 s* Polharrow Burn  (Scotland)

 c* Polka Mazurka  (Poland)

 C  Polonez Royale  (Poland)

 S  Postie's Jig  (Scotland)

 I  Pot of Gold  (Ireland)

 c* Poydyom Miliy  (Russia)

 l* Pravo  (Bulgaria)

 L  Pravo Rodopsko Horo  (Bulgaria)

 l* Prekid Kolo  (Serbia)

 l* Promoroaca  (Romania)

 l* Raca  (Serbia)

 l* Raca  (Nina)  (Croatia)

 L  Rakefet  (Israel)

 L  Rapatma  (Turkey)

 L  Ravno Oro  (Macedonia)

 L  Razvivaj Dobro  (Bulgaria)

 S  Reel of the 51st Division (Scotland)

 M  Reinlander Mixer  (Norway)

 C  Rifleman  (England)

 C  Road to the Isles  (Scotland)

 l* Rodopsko Horo  (Bulgaria)

 L  Rokoko  (Croatia)

 I  Roll Back the Rug  (USA)

 tm*Ronenu  (Israel)

 C  Rorospols  (Norway)

 L  Rumelaj  (Gypsy/Macedonia)

 l* Rumunjsko Kolo  (Serbia)

 L  Rustemul  (Romania)

 l* Saeynu  (Israel)

 c* St. Bernard's Waltz  (Scotland)

 m* St. Gilgen Figurentanz (Austria)

 S  St. John River  (Scotland)

 l* Salamati  (Israel)

 C  Salty Dog Rag  (USA)

 i* Sapri Tama  (Israel)

 L  Sarajevka  (Serbia)

 l* Sardana  (Spain)

 s* Sauerlander Quadrille  (Germany)

 l* Savila se Bela Loza  (Serbia)

 c* Scandinavian Polka  (Sweden)

 c* Schuplattler  (Austria)

 C  Scottische d'Auvergne  (France)

 L  Senin Canina  (Turkey)

 l* Sestorka  (Serbia)

 L  Setnja  (Serbia)

 L  Sev Acherov Aghcheek  (Armenia)

 l* Sham Hareh Golan  (Israel)

 l* Shatty Ya Deney  (Lebanon)

 L  Sheikhani  (Assyria)

 s* Sherr  (Russia)

 L  Shiboleth Bassadeh  (Israel)

 S  Shiftin' Bobbins  (Scotland)

 L  Shir Mizmor  (Israel)

 L  Shiri Li Kineret  (Israel)

 L  Shoofni  (Israel)

 L  Shoror  (Armenia)

 C  Siamse Beirte  (Ireland)

 l* Siksara  (Turkey)

 l* Sirba Pe Loc  (Romania)

 C  Sirto  (Bulgaria)

 L  Sitna Zborenka  (Bulgaria)

 l* Skudrinka Oro  (Macedonia)

 C  Slaunch to Donegal (New England)

 c* Sleeping Kujawiak  (Poland)

 L  Smilyana  (Bulgaria)

 M  Smygvals  (Sweden)

 L  Sobotki  (Poland)

 L  Somogyi Karikazo  (Hungary)

 C  Sones de Ixtapa y Solayo (Mexico)

 S  Sorondongo del Mar (Canary Islands)

 s* Square All Swing  (USA)

 l* Stapil Dobri  (Bulgaria)

 l* Stara Vlainja  (Serbia)

 c* Stinjacko Kolo  (Austria)

 l* Stoh Wa Polye  (Russia)

 l* Strumicka Petorka  (Serbia)

 s* Su Falkittu  (Italy)

 C  Sukacko Kolo  (Croatia)

 L  Svekrvino  (Macedonia)

 L  Svetinja  (Serbia)

 M  Swedish Finn Mixer  (Sweden)

 L  Sweet Girl  (Armenia)

 S  Sweets of May  (Ireland)

 L  Syrto  (Greece)

 l* Syrto Kritiko  (Greece)

 l* Szennai Karikazo  (Serbia)

 M  Tango Poquito  (USA)

 M  Tant' Hessie  (South Africa)

 L  Tarbouka  (Israel)

 l* Tarina de la Abrud  (Romania)

 L  Te Aven Baxtale  (Romania/Gypsy)

 l* Teen  (Armenia)

 l* Tervelska Raka  (Bulgaria)

 M  Tex Mex Mixer  (USA)

 L  Tfilah  (Israel)
 L  Tfilati  (Israel)

 S  Thirteen Fourteen  (Scotland)

 L  Tino Mori  (Macedonia)

 c* To Ting  (Denmark)

 m* To Tur  (Denmark)

 L  Tokyo Dontaku  (Japan)

 I  Tokyo Polka  (USA)

 i* Tonatiuh  (Mexico/Aztec)

 L  Trata  (Greece)

 t* Tridans fra Meraker  (Norway)

 S  Trip to Bavaria  (Scotland)

 TM Troika  (Russia)

 T  Trojak  (Poland)

 L  Tropanka  (Bulgaria)

 L  Trugnala Rumjana  (Bulgaria)

 L  Tzadik Katamar  (Israel)

 I  Unagappa Ondo  (Japan)

 L  Valle e Permetit  (Albania)

 c* Varsovienne  (Scandinavia)

 M  Ve David  (Israel)

 S  Virginia Reel  (USA)

 L  Vlasko  (Regular)  (Bulgaria)

 l* Vlasko  (Long)  (Bulgaria)

 c* Vo Sadu  (Russia)

 l* Vranjanka  (Serbia)

 l* Vranjanka 2  (Serbia)

 L  Vrapcheto  (Bulgaria)

 C  Vrtielka  (Slovakia)

 s* Walls of Limerick  (Ireland)

 T  Walpole Cottage  (England)

 C  Wandering Waltz  (England)

 c* Wattentaler Masolka  (Austria)

 S  Willow Tree  (England)

 S  Windmueller  (Germany)

 L  Ying Bin Wu  (Taiwan)

 I  Yolanda  (USA)

 l* Yovano Yovanke  (Macedonia)

 L  Zalna Majka  (Macedonia)

 l* Zapevala  (Kosovo)

 L  Zemer Atik  (Israel)

 l* Zenska Raka  (Macedonia)

 L  Zhan Zai Gao Gang Shang (Taiwan)

 C  Zillertaler Landler  (Austria)

 I  Zorba  (Greece)

 



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