Macedonian Folk Dances With Pece Atanasovski, DVD Vol. 2

These films were originally produced in Germany by Hartmut Bartels. They show Pece Atanasovski leading Macedonian dances from his teaching repertoire. These are not instructional videos. They show Pece leading each dance, thus providing a useful reference on style and technique for teachers and dancers. These were filmed during workshops with Pece conducted between 1992 and 1995 in Macedonia, Germany and Belgium. You can also see scenes of Pece playing his gajda as well as playing tapan for the dance Teškoto. This edition is produced by Yves Moreau by special agreement with Hartmut Bartels (Germany).

Playlist:

Postupano oro; Pravo oro: Ovcepolsko oro; Krivo zensko oro; Sitna lisa; Ovcepolska potrculka; Berance; Maskoto oro; Dolgoto oro; Topansko; Staro oro; Potrcano oro; Ibrain Odza; Berovka; Ratevka; Cucuk oro; Dracevka; Zborskoto; Patrunino; Posednica; Toska/Memede; Malesevsko oro; Pece plays Gaida

Macedonian Folk Dances With Pece Atanasovski, DVD Vol. 1

These films were originally produced in Germany by Hartmut Bartels. They show Pece Atanasovski leading Macedonian dances from his teaching repertoire. These are not instructional videos. They show Pece leading each dance, thus providing a useful reference on style and technique for teachers and dancers. These were filmed during workshops with Pece conducted between 1992 and 1995 in Macedonia, Germany and Belgium. You can also see scenes of Pece playing his gajda as well as playing tapan for the dance Teškoto. This edition is produced by Yves Moreau by special agreement with Hartmut Bartels (Germany).

Playlist:

Odeno Oro; Adana; Tropnalo Oro; Teska Krstacka; Pajdusko Oro; Ovcepolska Osogovka; Devojce; Zensko Camce; Teskoto; Buvcansko; Skudrinka; Crnogorka; Jeni Jol; Cupurlika; Kopacka; Baba Dzurdza; Kalajdzisko; Masko Berance; Zensko KeKrsteno; Kucano Oro; Staro Zensko Krsteno; Zensko Pusteno Oro; Pravoto (Lesnoto); Nevestinsko Oro

Year That Zoomed By (March 2021)

About the Presentation

Review videos of workshop dances from the past year
(March 2020-March 2021)

This is a view-only compilation of more than 30 dances and is a tremendous “dance down memory lane” representing all the teachers featured during the first year of FAC Saturday afternoon workshops during the Covid pandemic.

The pdf of the afternoon’s program can be viewed here.

Presenters

Aaron Alpert, Roberto Bagnoli, Iliana Bozhanova, Tom Bozegian, Alix Cordray, Bianca de Jong, Michael Ginsburg, Erica Goldman, Joe Graziosi,  Sibylle Helmer, Željko Jergan, Wijnand Karel, Ben Koopmanschap, Steve Kotansky, Jaap Leegwater, Roo Lester, Gary and Susan Lind-Sinanian, Ahmet Lüleci, Miroslav Marčetić, Yves and France Moreau, Lee Otterholt, Gergana Panova, Tom Pixton, Julia Poirier, Richard Powers, Šani Rifati, Jacqueline Schwab, and Tineke and Maurits van Geel

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French-Canadian Songs and Dances for Children — CD

French-Canadian Songs and Dances for Children, with songs selected and adapted by France Bourque -Moreau

This CD, of marvelous children’s songs, is the companion to the Book by France Bourque-Moreau “Danse, mon coeur danse” which has finally been released in English! Thanks to a grant from the National Folk Organization, France was able to translate her 1999 French language book into English and now they are printed and her collection of French-Canadian rounds, action songs, and simple dances for children are calling to us! You may purchase the book here.

Musical direction: Richard Forest (fiddle), accompanied by Sabin Jacques (accordion), and Mario Loiselle (piano) and more than a dozen guest singers and instrumentalists.

Both the book and the CD include the following:

  1. La petite boiteuse
  2. L’omelette au lard
  3. La vieille Bastringue
  4. Que sais-tu bien faire
  5. Valse de l’amitié
  6. La noce des oiseaux
  7. Cassons les oeufs
  8. Les Saluts
  9. Lundi, jour de lavage
  10. Marion danse
  11. Un air trompeur
  12. La petite souris grise
  13. La laine des moutons
  14. La danse des mouchoirs
  15. Jeu à trois
  16. Bien travailler

Bulgarian Folk Dances – Vol. 4

Pravo Pestersko Horo; Krivo Plovdivsko Horo; Mali Izvorski Opas; Dobrudzanski Buenek; Kucata; Petrunino Horo; Sopska Kopanica; Idam, ne idam; Elenska Racenica; Staro Zagorsko Horo; Nevesto Carven Trendafil; Vodeno Horo; Koledarsko Horo; Jambolski Trite Pati; Sabrali sa se, sabrali; Krivata; Satovcensko Horo; Vidinsko Horo; Drijanovska Racenica; Srebranski Danec

Bulgarian Folk Dances – Vol. 5

Dimitrija; Sitno Malisevsko; Zensko Svatbarsko Horo; Stani Sterko; Stiga mi sa momne le; Devojko mari hubava; Dvasti Tristi; Staro Pomasko; Mazki Buenek; Koga me mama rodila; Sedi Donka; Lazarska Racenica; Coconeasa; Lomskata; Lalica; Tervelska Raka; Ljavata; Brasni Carvul; Krivo Ihtimansko; Zizaj Nane; Bulgarobics

Bulgarian Folk Dances – Vol. 2

Silistrenska Tropanka; Galaona; Bregovsko Horo; Delcevsko Horo; Dujni Ranke; Panagjursko Horo; Kucinata; Sej sej bob: Sitna Zborenka; Sopsko za pojas; Cetvorno Sopsko Horo; Porunceasca; Hora de la Vrav; Floricica; Maricensko Horo; Vlasko Horo; Minka; Dzangurica; Kulska Sira; Glavinisko Cetvorno