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Malaysia dance mix culture
KELAB KEBUDAYAAN "ASTAKA SARI SK PULAU LUBUKAN"
Sandakan, Sabah Malaysia
The dance was presented by a school children between 10-12 years old. This CreativeTraditional Dance mix a music such as Zapin from Johor Malaysia, Daling-daling from Sabah and mix it with a last international song. These children were came from the island near Sandakan, Sabah Malaysia
"Brestashka tropanka" / "Oda na radostta"
Gaida school "Trakia"
"Brestashka tropanka" - Music: Dobrudzha Ensemble - Zhelyu Dimov, Arrangement for bagpipe orchestra: Nikola Georgiev ABOUT THE GAYDAR ORCHESTRA: Nikola Georgiev
"Ode to Joy" - Music: Ludwig van Beethoven, Bagpipe Orchestra Arrangement: NI
Thracian folklore dances differ significantly from dances in other areas. They are often played at a moderate pace, which is found mainly in mixed and female dances. Men's dances are fast, but the fast pace alternates with moderate for relaxation. It is typical for the accents in the movements to…