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Gypsy dances of the world. Video

 

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Gypsy dance. Orientalny Koktajl Fest. Warsaw. 2011.

 

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Anna Debicka dancing at Romane Dyvesa Fest. Gorzów Wielkopolski, Poland. 2006.

 

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Patrycja Siwak dancing so called (in Poland) Serbijanka.

 

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Dancing Radoslawa Boguslawska, Orientalny Koktajl Fest. Warsaw. 2011.

 

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Dancing Gypsy. Hungary. The beginning of 1990s.

 

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Dancing Hungarian Rom. The beginning of 1990s.

 

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Dancing Gypsy children. Hungary. The beginning of 1990s.

 

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Dancing Gypsies. Hungary. The beginning of 1990s.

 

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Dancing children at a Gypsy fest. The beginning of 1990s.

 

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A traditional belly dance by a Greek Gypsy girl. A show in the theatre of Salonika, organized by the Romani women’s association of Greece. 2009.

 

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Gypsy belly dance. A show in the theatre of Salonika, organized by the Romani women’s association of Greece. 2009.

 

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Budapest. “Rom Szám”. 2009. Our Hungarian colleagues showing Gypsy dances in a beautiful ethnographic version. Glaring folk costumes, performance in the weather. At first a bride says goodbye to her friends. And then, as it should be, dances.

 

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“Rom Szám”. The performance goes on.

 

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“Rom Szám”. 2009. We can have a good look at participants who dances now in a park.

 

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“Romafest” band. A high skilled masculine dance. “Romafest” is one of the best bands performing dances of Hungarian Gypsies. High-class synchronous work and masterly solo dances.

 

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“Romafest” band. A Romani version of a Hungarian dance verbunkos.

 

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“Parno Graszt”, a popular Gypsy band from Hungary. A show in Amsterdam. 2009.

 

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The same dance of “Parno Graszt”, but in the weather.

 

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A group of Hungarian Gypsies with a folk show.

 

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A masculine Gypsy dance performing by a professional dancer and three “amateurs” from a Romani settlement. Hungary, 2002.

 

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“Rom Szám” band showing a dance with sticks. 2005.

 

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Dancing Hungarian Gypsies. Video quality is not very good but the dance itself is!

 

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Gypsies dancing at a fest in Budapest. 2010.

 

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Dancing Hungarian Gypsies. 

 

The beginning of 1990s.

 

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Hungarian Gypsies performing a dance with staffs. This dance has been adopted from Hungarian shepherds.

 

 

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Flamenco performed by a Gypsy man.

 

The beginning of 1990s.

 

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Gypsy bellydance fusion performed by Russian Romani woman Maria Shishkova at the Romani fest in Moscow in 2003. You can see elements from dances of Russian, Spanish, Turkish and Bulgarian Gypsies joined to movements of modern bellydance.

 

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“Shtromfo”, Hungarian Gypsies' dance.

 

The beginning of 1990s.

 

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A pair dance of Hungarian Gypsies.

 

The beginning of 1990s.

 

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Dance competition of three Hungarian Gypsy men.

 

The beginning of 1990s.

 

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An ensemble of Romanian Roma “Gypsy Life” at a fest in Mosow.

 

2003.

 

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Dancing Polish Gypsies, the end of 1990s.

 

 

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A synchronous dance of Gypsy men at a Romani fest.

 

 

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