You are only young once, but you can stay immature indefinitely.
Dancing keeps you young, and the younger you start the better. Staying immature is optional. Who wants to grow up anyway?
Today's post features young people performing dances from Serbia and Bulgaria.
Video #1 is of three Chinese kids from the States dancing Sestorka from Serbia.Check out the girl who leads (she also does the sound effects. Hoo-ha he-hop!
This dance is usually done in a belt hold, but the kids here are using a basket hold. Either one is fine. Short lines are best; three to four people is a good number.
The lyrics are at the bottom of the screen, so you can sing along.
Video #2 is the kids's dance ensemble Hopa Trop dancing a Shopska Rachenitsa. The group is from Seattle, Washington.
The title of the video is Proletni Igri (Springtime Dance). I'm still waiting for spring because the weather has been so chilly.
Video #3 is of the kids' ensemble Dimitrovche from Toronto, Canada. The description (in Bulgarian) translates to Big Thracian Dance. It's actually a dressed-up version of Pravo Horo. The kids are dressed-up, too, in elaborate embroidered costumes.
If you enjoyed this you may also like:
Hopa Trop: Children's Ensemble From Seattle, Washington
Variations on the Bulgarian Folk Dance Chichovo Horo (includes a performance by the Dimitrovche Kids
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