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DANCE

Croatia, Hungary, and Vojvodina/Serbia

"Dances from Vojvodina are most similar to the Slavonian dances in their liveliness and activity. The Bunjevci Croats from the Bačka region are renowned for their beautifully embroidered female dresses, made from real silk from France, and the rattling sound made by the dancers' boots as they dance. In the Banat region, the men have their own competitive dance." Croatian dances - Wikipedia

"One of their signature dances is the Momačko kolo (the bachelors dance). The men in this dance are seen to be competing against each other to see who can exhibit the most challenging steps whilst at the same time impressing the single females. Their abilities are showcased when the small metal plates on their boots create musical and rhythmical effects while dancing." Folklorna Grupa Mladi Hrvati - Clifton Hill - Početna | Facebook

Dances: Tandračak, Bunjevačko momačko kolo (literally the bunjevac men's kolo, where one man dances with two women), momacko nadigravanje (the men's competitive dance), Kolo igra, Tamburica svira, Malo kolo, etc. BEC

Momačko kolo 

Momačko kolo, Stevan Tonković

Folklore, Donji Tavankut

Veliko Prelo, Gara 

Bandašicino kolo

Tandrčak

Tandrčak, Stevan Tonković

Croatian Ball, Budapest 

Veliko Prelo, Csávoly 

Felszállott a pávában, Pécs 

Kraljice

Old pagan tradition, Spring Dance/Procession 'Kraljice/Ljelje' - Queens/Princess of Pentecost in Slavonia County (Croatia), Bács-Kiskun and Bácska County (Hungary), Bačka and Srem District (Vojvodina/Serbia). BEC

Kraljice/Ljelje, Gorjani, Croatia

Kraljice, BKC Tavankut, Serbia

Kraljice, Ruma, Serbia

Ansambla LADO, Slavonske kraljice

Kraljice, Baja, Hungary 

Kraljice

Kraljice, KUD Branislav Nušić 

Bunjevci Kraljice, Baja, Hungary

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