Salt Spring Island Folk Dance Festival Dances

Dances taught in 2012 – Richard Schmidt
Kaczor – Kurpie, Poland
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Polonez Royale – National Dance of Poland
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Rysiek’s Kujawiak – National Dance of Poland
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Sarna from Żywiec – Beskid Mountains, Poland
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Sobótki – Łowicz, Poland
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Stockton Góralski – Tatra Mountains of Poland
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Szot Madziar – Cieszyn, Poland
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Dances taught in 2012 – Željko Jergan
Djevojčica – Zagorje, Croatia
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Igrajte mi mužikaši – Podravina, Croatia
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Igre Bosanske, Bosnia
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Moslavački Drmeš – Moslavina, Croatia
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Pet je kumi – Međimurje, Croatia
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Prosijala – Moslavina & Bilogora, Croatia
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Slavonski Splet – Slavonija, Croatia
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Sviračko kolo – Kordun, Croatia
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Two Dances from Međimurje, Croatia
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Dances taught in 2011 – Roberto Bagnoli
Balloindodici – Umbria, central Italy
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Galoppa – Emilia-Romagna, Italy
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Giga – Emilia-Romagna, Italy
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Mazurca Di Sant’ Andieu – Piedmont, Italy
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Passu Torrau – Sardinia
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Sbrando – Piedmont, Northwestern Italy
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Tarantella Bim Bom Ba – Campania, Italy
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Dances taught in 2011 – Cristian Florescu & Sonia Dion
Hora de munte – Banat region, Romania
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Hora şchioapă – Basarabia, Moldavia
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Purtată de pe Mureş – Transylvania, Romania
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Opincuţa – Basarabia, Moldavia
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Maneaua – Gypsy dance, Romania