Hang on to your hats...
Today's dance, from Romania, begins with the letter H: Hora de la sud Miadora. It is one of the craziest ones I've seen on YouTube, very spirited and fast. From what I can see, it looks like it takes place at a wedding reception.
Since many hora dances come from cities and towns, and the name translates into Hora from south Miadora, I did a search on it to see where the dance originated. Instead, I found an online site for handbags and wallets and a restaurant by that name. My guess is that the performers are at the Miadora restaurant. So maybe it's just Hora from the South.
This dance so fast that I wonder how the men manage to hang on to their hats for so long.
This week's added bonus is a teaching video for another Romanian dance: Hora de la Soroca led by Cristian Florescu and Sonia Dion. They are fun to watch and Cristian, especially, has a delightful sense of humor. The first two minutes are devoted to teaching. The rest is the dance performed to music, which includes an English translation of the lyrics.
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The Flavors of Romanian Hora
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